Combined Chemical Services (UK) Ltd

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Formed in 2008 Combined Chemical Services (UK) Ltd is based in Warrington, Cheshire and has rapidly become the preferred supplier to many companies both large and small over a wide range of industries. Our customer focus, professional approach and talented team of people are a testament to our success. The current management team has a wealth of experience in the chemical industry spanning nearly 50 years. We develop long lasting business ties with our customers and suppliers based on our integrity and flexible approach to creating mutually beneficial relationships.

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