For more than 30 years, Steritech has been a world leader in decontamination and sterilisation processing. Steritech emerged in Melbourne in the 1970’s as a pioneer in Gamma Irradiation processing. Today, Steritech is the most prominent contract sterilisation and decontamination processor in the Asia-Pacific region and one of the largest worldwide.
Steritech now has plants operating in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Our third brand new ‘state of the art?irradiation plant in Brisbane opened in 2003. Steritech is proud to be an Australian family-owned company, operating the only commercially available irradiation plants in Australia.
Steritech offers two effective sterilisation/decontamination solutions: Gamma Irradiation and Ethylene Oxide processing (EtO). These solutions decontaminate and sterilise a range of products. Steritech routinely processes over 100 different products, everything from medical products to quarantine goods.
“To provide a service of excellence that meets all requirements for all Steritech customers while providing a safe, happy, secure work environment for all Steritech employees, and also maximising profits.?
Our goal is straight forward: to deliver the best in contract sterilisation and decontamination processing.
How we achieve our goal:
?A high standard of service
?Strong relationships with our customers
?Highly trained professionals
?Compliance with safety and environmental regulatory standards
?A strong commitment to research
For more than 30 years, Steritech has been the partner of choice within industries that require sterilisation and decontamination. At Steritech, we are committed to providing our customers not only with the best solution, but also to exceed their expectations.
Our expert team and vast experience ensure our continuing prominence as a leader in the sterilisation and decontamination industry.
This website is an outline of Steritech’s services. If you would like to know more about us, why not give us a call? We would be delighted to hear from you.
Chief Executive Officer