NofaLab is an independent sampling and testing laboratory specialised in the field of food, feed and environmental safety. Our particular focuses are nuts and spices, sub-tropical fruit and vegetables, oilseeds, edible oils and fats, glycerine and biofuels. Our expertise also embraces the quality and safety analysis of air and water.
Although a young laboratory, NofaLab comprises a team of qualified and highly experienced chemists whose professionalism has already attracted and is continuing to build a broad portfolio of customers from around the world. This client base reflects virtually every link in the food and feed supply chain from producers and logistics providers to buyers, as well as other key industry players such as insurance loss adjustors.
Located at Schiedam in the Port of Rotterdam, NofaLab is ideally placed to serve customers at the principal gateway to Europe. Short lines of communication, combined with state-of-the-art analytical tools and the ability to deploy the complete spectrum of research techniques in-house, enable NofaLab’s professional team to deliver extremely fast, accurate analyses that set a new standard of service within the industry.
NofaMarsac and NofaLogics are associate companies of NofaGroup aswell as International Marsac and therefore able to draw on a wide body of knowlegde and support from areas bordering its own field of special expertise. NofaMarsac provisdes on-site certified marine chemists and safety services for the complete spectrum of situations involving hazardous materials, dangerous cargo handling and gas-free inspections. NofaMarsac is also highly experienced in contractual weight and quality surveying of food and feedstuffs and the techncal application of Oils, Fats and Oleochemicals.We handle all survey related administative activities directly with tank barge and tank installation operators, ships, trucking companies, customers and other relevant parties. NofaLogics provides a solution for customers demand increasingly high standards of logistics services. And rightly so, as efficient logistics makes for reduced transport costs, less stock and shorter lead times.