Daubert Cromwell Receives REACH Cert

MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2020

Last week, corrosion and rust inhibitor packaging manufacturer Daubert Cromwell announced via press release that it had successfully completed all necessary requirements for the European Union’s Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) Regulation.

With the certification, the company will now be able to provide multi-national customers with uninterrupted supply of VCI papers, films and devices that meet conditions of environmental safety set by the European Chemicals Agency.

According to the release, Daubert Cromwell has registered substances used in a broad range of best-selling VCI supply products and have addressed the potential impacts on both human health and the environment so that they comply with current packaging requirements of metalworking markets.

"We made a substantial commitment of time, financial and technical resources to meet all of the requirements necessary to be REACH registered," said Daubert Cromwell President and CEO Martin J. Simpson.

"Our customers cannot afford to have their shipments into the EU delayed, or rejected, because the packaging used to protect their valuable machinery is not officially registered. We want to provide customers with the quality VCI products they need, regardless of location, without worry they will be held up or penalized for non-compliance."

While Daubert Cromwell is headquartered in Alsip, Illinois, the company also has subsidiaries operating in Europe, China, Mexico and Brazil that supply its established VCI products and brands across a wide range of metalworking markets, including automotive, heavy equipment, electronics, fabricated metal parts, military and energy.


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