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Rinchem expands chemical distribution centre

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Rinchem has announced the expansion of its chemical distribution centre in Pyeongtaek, South Korea.

The new site provides four additional warehouses capable of storing a wide variety of materials including general commodities (non-DG), flammable, toxic, corrosive, oxidiser and miscellaneous dangerous goods with strict temperature requirements ranging from -30 to 30°C.

Chris Wright, Rinchem's Vice President of Sales & Marketing, said: "This recent investment in South Korea marks Rinchem's largest investment in the Asian Pacific market to date […] The Pyeongtaek distribution centre is state-of-the-art in every way and is positioned as the largest semiconductor grade chemical storage facility in Korea."

Each new warehouse will be optimised for efficiency and safety. The new warehouses will boast a very narrow aisle (VNA) racking system with wire-guided forklift steering controls. Additionally, the Korea campus now operates the newest version of Rinchem's proprietary Chem-Star® customer interface. The system update showcases a streamlined and easy-to-navigate customer interface granting access to inventory data in real-time.

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