Quality And Safety

We adhere to the highest quality standards in all aspects of your product's production.

Nadlex can consistently deliver goods in volumes ranging from grams to tons that are produced in up-to-date, fully GMP certified facilities. Our track record speaks for itself with the most discerning clients in the most regulated industries. We provide a wide range of skills.

Quality is more than a set of rules, it is a state of mind

Quality is more than a set of rules, it is a state of mind.

  • Each supplier describes how they maintain internal quality control and participates in regular audits.
  • -The Quality Assurance Lab conducts a detailed analysis of each raw material.
  • All production processes are perfectly maintained within narrow operating limits by a highly automated, computer-controlled manufacturing process.
  • Monitoring quality control metrics at key control points ensures that all requirements are met in terms of both processes and products.
  • The constancy of a product’s performance is confirmed by biological in vitro testing.
  • quality assurance from beginning to end.
  • control of raw resources’ quality
  • Third-level standards for internal control standards should be established for raw materials and auxiliary materials.
  • Third-level standards for internal control standards should be established for raw materials and auxiliary materials.
  • Physical and chemical indicators of diverse raw materials, appropriately establishing the relationship between quality and price, are examples of quality control in purchasing behavior.
  • Acceptance of raw and auxiliary materials: physical and chemical analysis of the raw material, inspection of its appearance, and a firm ban on storing non-standard raw and auxiliary materials.
  • Inventory quality management of raw and auxiliary materials: employ first-come materials as a priority according to the “first in, first out” approach.

Quality assurance throughout manufacture

  • Enhance the production staff’s post-training because they are responsible for adhering to rules and regulations during the production process.
  • Establish a stringent production procedure that adheres to the specifications of each product.
  • The Quality Inspection Department’s duties during the production process are as follows: The precision of weighing, feeding, and labeling, as well as the quality of semi-finished and final products, are all monitored and checked by quality supervisors.
  • Mechanical equipment’s effect on product quality includes how the type of equipment used and the working environment affect product attributes including uniformity, sealing, and metering as well as product quality, appearance, and quality.

Control of the final product’s quality

  • Management of finished goods inventory includes storage tasks, checking the manufacturing dates of inventory products, and stopping the sale of out-of-date goods.
  • Inspection of finished goods: For each batch of items, the quality inspection department strictly collects samples, tests them, and promptly issues qualified documentation. The custodians are only permitted to sell the goods after receiving qualified notice. If an uncontrolled production process led to items that were unqualified or returned for a variety of reasons, it must be handled by downgrading, re-producing, or scrapping. Transportation and storage conditions for the product are under quality control throughout the sales process.