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Berkshire Corporation is a global innovator and manufacturer of contamination control products and cleanroom supplies for critical and controlled environments.
For nearly 50 years, Berkshire has been the global leader in contamination control. We are committed to providing our customers with products that minimise the risk of contamination in cleanrooms and other controlled & regulated environments.
The conversation with our customers focuses total protection solutions. With our expertise in controlled & regulated environments, we provide innovative products, offering a world-class manufacturing and supply chain, assuring the quality and assisting our customers with extensive training while implementing the solutions.
BERKSHIRE CORPORATION has established a set core values by which it operates. These values define what Berkshire stands for, throughout time, regardless of changes to our internal structure and leadership or changes to external factors or market conditions.
Berkshire strives to be the global leader in developing and manufacturing products for critical surfaces and controlled environments. Our products deliver superior performance, consistent quality, enhanced productivity, and the lowest total cost in use. We measure our success in terms of customer satisfaction, expressed by sales growth and profitability.
Berkshire’s core values are the fundamental principles that guide our individual and collective decisions, strategies, and actions. We define our values as:
Berkshire is committed to reducing environmental impact at every stage in a product’s life cycle by obtaining a more holistic approach. We offer a line of eco-friendly products designed to help our customers meet their sustainability objectives.
Bluesorb; Capsure; Durx; Exsorbx; Gamma wipe; Labx; Lensx; Microfirst; Micropolx; Microseal; Polx; Pro-wipe; Projx; Valuclean; Valuseal.
Contamination Control vs Embryotoxicity— Berkshire Online (@BerkshireOnline) August 16, 2018
Balancing Conflicting Needs in Genomic Research https://t.co/xY5hrJOSoL #embryotoxicity#MitochondrialDisease#UnitedMitochondialDiseaseFoundation@HFEA#ThursdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/lCrJRuXoQN