The leading provider of a fully integrated, automated computerized cleaning system for IBC, Totes & Containers
Our personnel receives continuous on-going training to meet all compliance regulations required by DOT, OSHA, UN31A and all Federal and Local EPA agencies. In addition, we utilize our industry knowledge and integrated capability to support the growth of our customers, businesses, and innovation, as noted in our updated ISO 9001:2015 Certification. This certification recognizes that Cygnet has achieved a high level of discipline in effectiveness and efficiency in all aspects of the company’s operations and services.
All containers are inspected and evaluated for necessary repairs and/or replacement parts. Cygnet has the capacity to change out common IBC parts with OEM approved replacement parts on location. However, if a tote is in need of more repair, our sister facility, American Machining, Inc (AMI), can provide an exceptional level of repair to fully restore and recertify that container.
American Machining Inc (AMI) has been recognized in the industry as one of the largest IBC tote repair and manufacturing facility in the country. For over 35 years, AMI has brought a vast knowledge of manufacturing stainless steel IBC totes, replacement parts, mixers, agitators, and other IBC accessories for Fortune 500 companies across the globe. The synergy between AMI and Cygnet provides customers with an unprecedented opportunity for their totes to receive full service IBC fleet management in a Single Source Solution.
Our Tote Industry Qualifications:
- Personnel receives continuous training to meet compliance regulations required by OSHA, DOT, UN31A and all Federal and Local Agencies
- We can perform DOT57 and/or UN31A certifications on all the Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC)
- American Machining, Inc, a sister company to Cygnet, brings over 35 years of experience building, repairing and offering certification of IBC containers for many Fortune 500 companies
- Cygnet updated their ISO certification to an ISO:9001:2015