SWASTIK ANALYTICAL LABORATORY is an independent laboratory that helps customer to solve their difficult problems through customized chemical analysis and create innovative products.
The SWASTIK advantage brings together Experience, High Quality Standards and Customized approach to Analyze & Test Materials. Our scientists ask the right questions, listen to our clients and provide solutions.
Our GOAL is to become an extension of your Research, Product Development and Quality Control Team. Clients come to SWASTIK from a broad range of industries and job functions including QA/QC professionals, production managers, and entrepreneur along with R&D specialists.
Our team of scientists with diverse background works together and creates compelling solutions to complex problems. We have found a combination of laboratory and industrial experts, providing meaningful interpretations in scientific studies.
We invest in globally approved Standard Instruments, allowing us to deliver Best Performance and ensure Reliable Result.
Swastik Analytical Laboratory (SAL) is a leading testing laboratory, providing laboratory services in the field of food analysis, agriculture analysis and monitoring, drug & Pharma, ores & minerals proudly proclaimed as first of its own kind in the private sector in the state of Gujarat, laboratory offers testing and advisory services across the country. (SAL) follows a well-structured quality assurance and quality management system to carry out various types of testing and analytical services.
Expert advisory services for pavement investigation, rehabilitation, design of foundations, ground improvement, pile integrity testing and all kind of testing works are also provided to clients. (SAL) expanded its services in 2015 and added new test facilities for food, packaged drinking water and drug & pharmaceuticals, ores & minerals. A wide range of chemical and testing services are provided for various food products like milk and dairy products, edible oil, spices and condiments, cereals, pulses products, canned and processed food, alcoholic drinks and beverages and nuts & peanuts.
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