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                      Meet READE.


                      Reade Advanced Materials began revolutionizing the chemicals industry over 200 years ago, and today it has secured a position as one of the premiere specialty chemical solids distributors in the world. With an extensive inorganic product line, READE represents over 2,000 manufacturers as a global distributor, value-added toll processor and packager. READE selectively partners with manufacturing plants across the United States to provide a finished product tailored to their customer's specifications. Today READE is a worldwide, award-winning, family-run company that sources leading edge materials and provides innovative solutions for their customer's production needs.

                      Global Sourcing

                      Global Sourcing

                      strategic global sourcing solutions for your specialty chemical requirements

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                      Specialty Chemical Toll Processing

                      Toll Processing

                      size reduction, blending and screening solutions for your dry, inorganic, specialty chemicals

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                      Specialty Chemical Toll Packaging

                      Toll Packaging

                      full-service contract packaging of inorganic, specialty chemical powder and granular products

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                      Client Testimonial

                      “The key factors of choosing to work with READE is your product knowledge, dedication to our needs and requirements, as well as your ability to supply. Throughout the years, we have learned to appreciate the high levels of service you repeatedly provide.”
                      – Vickie, Production Assistant

                                    
                                    

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