Expert in contaminant analyses
A major player in France and Europe in the analysis of contaminants thanks to its historical know-how and cutting-edge technologies, Phytocontrol deploys a first-class analytical service.
In addition to its Contaminants field of expertise, Phytocontrol offers a complementary range oriented physico-chemistry and microbiology of water and food.
Teams work on a daily basis to keep a respected customer promise:
Phytocontrol's Cofrac accreditation scope is among the most complete, especially with regard to food contaminants.
Our logistics solutions
Phytocontrol deploys via its network of regional agencies an integrated solution facilitating the routing of samples for its customers.
A team of dedicated, trained and authorized sampling technicians covers the entire territory to collect, sample, or collect samples directly on site every day.
Equipped with three-temperature vehicles complying with the NF X15-140 standard, Phytocontrol sampling technicians thus contribute to increased reactivity, enhanced traceability and perfect control of the cold chain.
This logistical control is reinforced by the regional presence of Phytocontrol Proxilab Bretagne, in Rennes, which serves all operators in the Great West.
Why choose Phytocontrol
Phytocontrol is a technological and human project that meets the societal challenges of water and food safety with proximity, expertise, reactivity and reliability. The Laboratory provides you with the most reliable, innovative and eco-responsible solutions to guarantee you the best European expertise. A step ahead in technology, Phytocontrol develops its own Information System via a latest-generation Datacenter and innovates with its own system for tracking the sample's progress. Anticipation is Phytocontrol's credo and it is its intention to stay ahead!
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A European expert in testing for contaminants
Your routine analyses results
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