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Sensient/LCW Introduces Tailored Services Program

November 2, 2007

Sensient Cosmetic Technologies/LCW introduced a new Tailored Services Program designed to help manufacturers of cosmetic products reduce compounding errors, speed production time and lower manufacturing costs that erode value in their supply chain. The company offers customized pre-production batching, blending, surface treatments, jet milling and dispersions prepared in a GMP facility.

Advanced analytical equipment and quality control standards enforced by experienced quality control technicians ensure consistently superior results.

The Tailored Services Program is designed to free production capacity by allowing manufacturers to outsource their pre-production needs without compromising quality standards.

The new program by Sensient Cosmetic Technologies/LCW helps manufacturers focus on the development and marketing of finished
personal care goods rather than their production stream.

More info: www.sensient-tech.com.
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