about us

Pauling Industries is a proudly renowned for being the most certified manufacturer of its kind in this field. Aside from skin care, cosmetic and food products, Pauling Industries also produces goods for the veterinary and medical industries, supplying to DHBs and clinics around New Zealand and globally.

Pauling Industries Chemists take an innovative and dedicated approach to their work. One of the company’s core values is transparency and accountability. It strives for excellence and is committed to providing the best products and service to our clients.

Innovative

To be truly innovative, an enterprise must undertake the solemn path to retain open business practices throughout the research and development journey alongside their stakeholders. Pauling Industries are fully committed on employing such approach for all existing and new clients.

Transparent

Transparency and accountability are at the centre of Pauling Industries’ ethos. It is this transparency that allows us to communicate openly with our clients to not only meet but exceed expectations. This drives accountability, which subsequently promotes a customer-focused culture and active client engagement.

Commited

Innovation and transparency alone are not sufficient to bring about positive genuine customer experience. Our colleagues, managers, staff and team collectively strive for excellence on daily basis manifesting as the gold standard in skincare and health products contract manufacturing.

Company History

Pauling Industries was founded in 1990 by Paul Chan as a contract manufacturer of skincare cosmetics, laboratory products, animal medicines and toiletries. Its dedicated team of scientists collaborate with customers to develop tailor-made products according to their specifications.

The company is named after American peace activist and quantum chemist Linus Pauling, who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1954, the Nobel Peace Prize in 1962 and the Lenin Peace Prize in 1968-69.

He is known for clarifying molecular structure and the nature of chemical bonds, as well as being an advocate for nuclear disarmament, calling for the end of nuclear weapon testing.