Albuquerque, NM – Rinchem Company Inc., announces the opening of a new facility in the Atlanta metro area. The warehouse, located at 3195 N. Lanier Parkway in Decatur, Georgia, has 80,000 square feet of storage space. The facility provides access to key markets throughout the south and southwest. It is equipped for a wide variety of industries, from semiconductor to pharmaceutical. The capabilities of the facility can accommodate almost any material need from temperature-control to specific storage requirements.
Reid Rose, Director of Operations for the facility said, “We are excited to be in the area and able to continue to extend Rinchem’s national and international supply chain management abilities to new key areas around the United States”.
Rinchem utilizes proprietary processes and technologies to ensure the safe storage, transport, handling and segregation of regulated, high-purity chemicals and gases. Rinchem also strives to adhere to all applicable local, national and international rules and regulations associated with chemical management, including: OSHA, DOT, IATA, IMDG, DHS, EPA, cGMP and other regulatory requirements. Beyond Rinchem’s reputation for safety and efficiency, it helps customers reduce their environmental footprint by developing logistics solutions that use newer and cleaner technologies to optimize supply chain performance which leads to greater logistics efficiencies and less generated waste.
Rinchem Company Inc. provides a wide range of services, including dedicated and multi-client warehousing, on-site services, over-the-road and local transportation, freight forwarding, empty container return management and supply chain consulting. With locations in North America and in parts of Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, Rinchem utilizes its network of customized, temperature-controlled warehouses and transportation assets to provide safe and efficient chemical management solutions. One partner managing a global supply chain, affords the ability to reduce cost and risk.
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