- Essential Oils
From production to sourcing to standard testing, all that we do is to provide our customers with the highest quality materials.
Our facility is 120,000 square feet, incorporating production, manufacturing, shipping/receiving, and administration.
In our main facility, we handle pre-pack sizes, blend-to-order custom compounds, and drum quantities for essential oils, fragrances, and flavors.
Our warehouse in South Bend, Indiana houses 100 pound to 24,000 pound tanks to accommodate any size order.
Our blending capabilities include an automated FRICKE Dosing & Filling System. This up-to-date technology allows our team to provide our customers with better accuracy and lead times and less waste.
Using fractional vacuum distillation in our Bremen facility, we're able to reduce or remove undesirable components and odors to increase an oil's usability.
Our five distillation units are efficient at whatever your desired quantity, from smaller batches to rectifying at a rate of 180 kg per hour.
With these distillation capabilities, we're able to create unique products like Tea Tree Oil Heart and Chamomile Coeur. These products provide customers with the oil's qualities they desire but not the ones they don't. Through innovation in distillation, we're able to offset supply and quality issues, resulting in consistency and lower costs for materials.
We source from 30 different countries to ensure our customers receive the best quality materials with fewer supply chain interruptions.
We travel to the fields throughout the year to evaluate the crops and predict market fluctuations. From lavender in Bulgaria to amyris in Haiti to the oranges (pictured above) in Italy, we're grateful to have many direct-to-grower relationships.
We test our products twice to ensure our customers get the best quality.
We test each oil upon arrival to verify it meets the level of quality our customers expect from Lebermuth.
Our applications team tests our products in application so our customers can be confident they receive the best from Lebermuth.