Quality Assurance

At Classic Chemicals, quality assurance is at the core of our commitment to excellence. Our stringent quality control processes begin with the careful selection of raw materials and extend throughout the entire manufacturing lifecycle. We adhere to industry-leading standards and regulations to ensure that every agrochemical formulation leaving our facilities meets the highest benchmarks for efficacy, safety, and environmental responsibility.

Our dedicated quality assurance team employs advanced testing methodologies to validate the consistency, stability, and performance of our products. We continuously invest in cutting-edge technologies and training programs to stay ahead of industry developments, fostering a culture of continuous improvement.

Classic Chemicals is unwavering in its dedication to delivering agrochemical solutions that inspire confidence. Our robust quality assurance practices not only meet regulatory requirements but exceed expectations, providing farmers and industry partners with reliable, effective, and sustainable products. Trust Classic Chemicals for agrochemicals that set the standard for quality and performance in modern agriculture.

Customer orders and contracts

  • a process for ensuring customers' requirements are properly checked and clear before acceptance:
  • a process for amending contracts.
  • procedures to cover receipt, storage, and disposal of samples.
  • systems for recording contracts and orders, and for filing. 

Document and data recording

  • all analytical and physical test methods
  • all product specifications
  • all laboratory operating procedures
  • all safety health and environmental control procedures. 

Consistent systems for the maintenance

  • Consistent systems for the maintenance of records must be in place. These should cover:
  • all test results
  • samples
  • calibration and maintenance records
  • training records
  • certificates of analysis from suppliers
  • customer orders.

Quality records

  • Quality records include:
  • records of management reviews and audits
  • customer contracts and orders
  • suppliers list
  • supplier history records
  • analytical and other test results
  • calibration and maintenance records
  • records of non-conformances or concessions issued
  • customer complaints
  • training records and plans
  • audit records and plans.