Imagine for a moment that your company manufactures guitar strings. Not just any guitar strings -- you’ve just cut a deal with Fender that has you supplying all the strings for its new models: Stratocasters, Telecasters, Jazzmasters, all of them.
Your plant is humming along, manufacturing hundreds of miles of string a day to fill tens of thousands of orders and to fulfill the dreams of countless future rock stars around the world.
Your volume is at “10” and you’re feeling a bit like a rock star yourself.
Then Fender comes to you with a request: Eric Clapton would like a few dozen of his special strings.
“Special strings?” you ask.
“Yes. These are made of a special nickel-palladium alloy and are slightly thicker than normal. Thanks so much for your help!”
“Uh … of course,” you answer.
Now you certainly could make Eric Clapton’s special strings, but it would mean having to shut down your line, adjust your machinery, rethread everything and perform a bunch of other time-consuming procedures. All the while, normal production would be on hold, costing you a small fortune and lots of time.
But you sure aren’t going to say no to your best customer, are you?
So what do you do?
If only there were a trustworthy company out there with experience and expertise, a partner that could pick up a small-volume job and get it done quickly, perfectly and affordably.
Now if you were in the chemical business, you’d have an easy choice: Royal Chemical.
We are pros at producing custom, niche and small-volume batches, whether they are:
- An add-on for a valued customer.
- A low-volume, high-margin variation of your normal product.
- A chemical that’s needed during the processing or production of your product
- Any other small-scale or specialty product that you’d rather not worry about.
With Royal Chemical expertly taking over production of these small batches, we allow you to focus on what you do best: your core, high-volume product. And your plant continues to hum along without interruption.
Contact us to see how we can assist with smaller-volume jobs and help you remain, well, a guitar hero.