About Rim Bio

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RIM Bio is a privately held US company and manufacturer of Single-Use BioProcess Containers. RIM Bio was formerly known as RIM Medical which was established in 2004 as a contract manufacturer of medical disposables.   The name change to RIM Bio took place in early 2009 in order to concentrate exclusively on the BioProcess industry.  Our single-use products are now qualified and used at many of the largest companies in the Pharmaceutical and BioTech industry.

Our 23,000 sq. ft. facility serves exclusively as our manufacturing center for the production of single-use BioProcess containers.  We utilize Class 10,000 and Class 100,000 clean rooms within this building for all production activity.

Our corporate culture is based on Quality, Ethical & Legal Responsibility, and encourages Continuous Improvement in every phase of our business.  Our business philosophy requires fiscal responsibility while creating opportunity and a healthy working environment for all our employees.

The goal at RIM Bio is to be recognized by the BioProcess industry as the Lowest Cost solution for high-quality Single-Use Containers.

Intellectual Property Protection

As a US company, RIM Bio understands the importance of protecting the intellectual property of our customers. We are located in a gated business park and strictly enforce the following policies:

  • Sensitive information is under strict control.

  • RIM Bio employees are required to sign and are bound by the RIM Bio Security and Confidentiality Agreement.

  • RIM Bio requires all employees to wear a badge

  • RIM Bio requires all visitors to have a visitors badge and be escorted during their entire visit.

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Supply Chain Management

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RIM Bio has a proven track record managing the Supply Chain of our business so we can meet or exceed the lead-time demands of our customers. We Offer:

  • Global logistics experience for air and ocean freight.

  • Import / Export documentation expertise.

  • Established relationships with major shipping lines.

  • Careful management of all sourced materials and components.

  • Warehousing in the US and offshore.