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September 26, 2014

Like our business, Chamberlin's new website is intended to be an evolving resource for customers. We've also updated our company name to reflect the full range of products and services that we offer. This blog will be updated frequently with industry and company news, so come back and visit soon!

September 25, 2014

Just a friendly reminder that if the seal on a refillable container is broken, the product can not be returned and resold due to risk of contamination (per EPA regulations). Keeping tamper-evident seals intact whenever possible ensures that: 


  • Customers can return extra bulk product and containers


  • Unnecessary container cleaning and creation of waste water is avoided


  • Cost savings from rinsate processing and disposal can be passed along to you! 


September 24, 2014

We are pleased to announce that Chamberlin now serves tree fruit growers and vintners throughout the greater Yakima Valley.


Supported by our local Crop Adviser, Ken McPherson, Chamberlin provides full service and product delivery to this important agricultural region in our state. An industry veteran and farmer of apples, pears and cherries for over 40 years, Ken currently grows grapes in the heart of Yakima's wine country.


Contact us today about your post harvest needs and to begin crop management planning for next season. 


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