Manufactured by high quality machines,
produced under the highest standards (GMP/PICs)
Bertram (1958) Co., Ltd.,’s factory is located on Lam Lukka Klong 7 stretching over 70 rai of land. With increase in demand from across the globe and a need for higher production capacity, more than 1 billion Thai baht was invested to build this new manufacturing facility beyond global standards and approved by internally renowned GMP/PICs (Pharmaceutical Inspection Cooperation Scheme). This inspection scheme is used throughout Europe and has an even stricter quality distinction than GMP WHO for three main components. (1) GMP/PICs has 457 rules and regulations to adhere to whereas GMP WHO only has 77. (2) The water systems must be closely monitored and the pipes used must be made out of 315L stainless steel – the same stainless steel used in the human body and (3) HVAC air systems must be implemented and clean rooms like comparable to operating rooms in hospitals.
Our product is safe for the nasal cavity and can be inhaled constantly. In our Siang Pure Inhaler and Peppermint Field Inhaler, there is less than 5% camphor (U.S. FDA regulation does not allow more than 11% camphor in inhalers) making it safe and not damaging to your nasal cavity. Moreover, our packaging is made from high quality food-grade plastic.
In 2016, our total production capacity will be over 80 million pieces, whereas our factory can support up to 200 million pieces at full production capacity.
Solar Power Factory Roof
In the belief of building a stronger community for all, Bertram puts importance on the effects of its environmental footprint. At the Bertram factory, a new solar powered roof with an on grid system that is connected to the power system (does not use batteries) has been installed. This development has allowed Bertram to produce 1,160,000 kilowatts of energy and by using energy saving light bulbs equates to 4,600,000 Thai baht savings in electric bills per year. Most importantly, Bertram is proudly able to reduce its carbon footprint by 620,000 kilograms which is equivalent to reducing carbon dioxide intake from 62,000 trees.