About UsWe are CHEMLOG, continuously learning and growing company, proud to be one of the leading manufacturers, marketers and distributors of premium cleaning, sanitising and disinfecting chemicals for the South African hospitality, institutional and industrial markets.
We were founded in 1992, when Mr. Krish Pillay our managing director recognised a need for a detergent company that combined premium products and service to the cleaning market.
Krish Pillay has over 4 decades of learnt experience in the detergent industry having worked for the likes of Unilever and Chemserve. Mr. Pillay’s skills are both technical and marketing and his hands on approach to Chemlog operations has ensured years of flawless running.
Exceptional service, exceptional products, we delight in presenting premium quality in all we offer. No matter how big or small the customer, we strive for excellence in our supply and service.
Chemlog has approximately 150 types of products, affiliated products and equipment to cater for the wide spectrum of differing customer requirements.
Chemlog is the only KZN based detergent manufacturing company to have more than 8 products SABS mark bearing as per SABS Certification website – November 2014, as well as SABS 1828/1853 Food Grade Detergents and Disinfectants.
Chemlog are proud distributors for Numatic Flooracare Equipment and 3M Food Services
The aim of Chemlog is to be able to anticipate and meet the needs of our clients. We achieve this objective through the unwavering pursuit of excellence in our products and services. This effort for improvement to achieve total customer satisfaction, Chemlog is proud to be accredited with the SABS ISO 9001:2008 certification since October 2000.
Chemlog is a member of the Proudly South African Campaign, the Durban Chemical Cluster, FEDHASA – the hospitality industry association and the NCCA – National Cleaning Contactors Association as an associate member.
Chemlog’s sister company Kriko, retails all Chemlog products available at The Springfield Retail Centre in Springfield Park and Arbour Crossing in Amazimtoti.