(PRWEB) November 14, 2012
If you ever hangout with kids you probably hear questions constantly that are similar to "how is that made", "where was it made", "how can I make it better", and other similar questions rather frequently. But these days it’s not just children asking all of these questions, manufactures are now more frequently asking these types of questions about their competitors’ products trying to learn their secrets and stay competitive in ever changing markets. Manufactures now understand the benefits gained from determining if their products could be violating another companies patent with an ever increasing number of lawsuits, if their competitors marketing material is truthful or through deception is giving them an unfair advantage, and what is allowing their competitors to sell their product at a lower price point.
Using modern techniques and advanced analytical instrumentation chemists at specialized analytical laboratories can now answer many of these questions. Avomeen Analytical Services who is a leader in product reverse engineering and unknown material identification services is further expanding its services in order to answer these many of these complex questions.
From identifying which country a product was produced in, to verifying if a company’s products marketing claims are valid, to determining whether a patent is being violated, Avomeen can solve even the most complex of questions for manufacturers, distributors, entrepreneurs, and other laboratories.
In a recent analysis Avomeen performed a deformulation analysis on a manufactures product and on their competitors. The manufacture wanted to know how a growing competitor who was producing a similar quality product was able to sell their products for significantly less. This price difference was causing the manufacture to lose customers and their market share. Avomeen analyzed samples of both products and compared there formulations at a chemical level.
Avomeen’s chemists discovered that their competitor was using a filler ingredient that while performing almost identical in the formulation to their products filler was much more readily available and significantly less in price.
Since there was no patent on this process Avomeen's chemists helped the manufacture to reformulate their product with the new found filler, thus lowering their production costs and allowing them to be competitive in their market once again.
Avomeen's staff is comprised of experienced chemists that are some of the best minds available when performing an investigative analysis on products. If you have a complex question and are unsure of where to turn to for support call 800-930-5450 today to arrange a free consultation with one of our Ph.D. chemists who can help solve what you are looking for.
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