Denial ain't just a river in Egypt, and Rhein adds up to more than some flowing water in Germany. Rhein Chemie manufactures chemical additives for rubber, lubricants, plastics, and polyurethane from its home base in Germany and half a dozen other locations in Europe, the Americas, and Asia. Its rubber chemicals go into tires, wire and cable products, and belts and hoses. Rhein Chemie's lubricants are used to make metalworking fluids, greases, and turbine and compressor oils. Finally, its engineering plastics include polycarbonates and polyurethanes. The company is a subsidiary of LANXESS and operates in the US through Rhein Chemie Corporation.
Sun Chemical is the world's largest inks maker; it also makes all manner of coatings. In addition to inks and coatings for paper, packaging, metal, and other products, Sun Chemical manufactures printing plates for corrugated packaging. Its inks and coatings products are sold under the Sun Chemical, Kohl & Madden, US Ink, and Coates brands. The company operates more than 250 manufacturing, sales, and service locations in Europe and the Americas. Sun Chemical has been a subsidiary of Japanese inks and coatings maker DIC (formerly Dainippon Ink and Chemicals) since 1987 when the latter bought the graphic arts division of what is now Sequa.
Tokuyama Corporation company was established in 1918 when it began producing soda ash. Tokuyama has your chemical and cement needs covered. The company boasts a diverse set of operations as a manufacturer of organic and inorganic chemicals, cement and building materials, and specialty materials used in the electronics and medical fields. Its revenues are split fairly evenly among these three segments. Products include caustic soda, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and microporous film; cement, ready-mix concrete, and plastic window sashes; and dental impression material, medical diagnostic analyzers, and optical lens solvents. Tokuyama is composed of about 90 subsidiaries that operate throughout Asia, Europe, and the US.
Victrex Polymer Solutions, a division of Victrex plc, specializes in the development and manufacture of high performance polyaryletherketones such as VICTREX® PEEK™ polymer, VICOTE® coatings, and APTIV™ film. We are committed to providing our customers specialized services and the most comprehensive product portfolio of its kind.With more than 30 years of experience, Victrex has a production, technology, customer service, and distribution team that spans more than 30 countries worldwide. We work directly with material processors and design engineers in a multitude of industries to help create new applications using Victrex polyketone materials. We help improve processing techniques and find ways to reduce overall costs with the goal to introduce competitive, innovative applications to the marketplace. The Victrex biomaterials business, Invibio® Biomaterial Solutions, provides access to highly specialized biocompatible PEEK-based materials and services for medical device manufacturers.
Ciba Specialty Chemicals aims to make things stronger, brighter, less clingy, and cleaner. (Note to Parents: it can't achieve this with kids.) Ciba produces specialty chemicals through three business segments: coating effects (pigments, anti-static additives, and whitening agents); plastic additives (additives for lubricants and plastics); and water and paper treatment (for the paper production, water and wastewater treatment, detergent, and hygiene industries). Ciba sells in more than 120 countries, mostly in Europe, the Americas, and the Asia-Pacific region; Europe accounts for almost half of sales. BASF, the world's largest chemicals maker, bought Ciba for about $4 billion in 2009.
Barton Solvents packages, stores, and delivers solvents and other chemical products for customers in 13 Midwestern states. Products include cleaning solvents, paint thinners, hydraulic systems oil, corrosion inhibitors, and surfactants. Barton has distribution locations in Iowa, Kansas, and Wisconsin. Suppliers include ADM, BASF, Ineos, and Shell Chemicals.
Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) is the world's premier producer of stable isotope labeled compounds and the world leader in the field of isotope separations with an annual production capacity of 120 kilograms of Carbon-13 and annual production capacity of 250 kilograms of Oxygen-18. For more than 20 years, CIL has specialized in the development, production, and marketing of stable (non-radioactive) isotopes and chemical compounds labeled with stable isotopes. With an inventory of over 8000 products, CIL has the most complete product offering of stable isotope labeled compounds available.
Johnson Matthey Plc operates as a specialty chemicals company in the United Kingdom and internationally. The company operates in three divisions: Environmental Technologies, Precious Metal Products, and Fine Chemicals. The Environmental Technologies division supplies catalysts and related technologies for applications, which benefit the environment, such as pollution control, cleaner fuel, efficient use of hydrocarbons, and the hydrogen economy. It offers catalytic systems for emissions control from vehicles and industrial processes; and catalysts and specialist services, as well as designs and licenses chemical processes for chemical, oil, gas, and refining industries.
Got potash? If not, the Arab Potash Company (APC) would
be glad to fix you up. The company mines the Dead Sea for
potassium chloride, one of several potassium-based
compounds commonly known as potash. The substance is used
primarily for fertilizer, but also has industrial
applications, for example in the manufacture of glass and
ceramic. Canadian industry bigwig Potash Corp. bought
more than a quarter of the company in 2003 and installed
some of its own executives in APC management roles.
Jordan Investment Corp. also owns more than a quarter of
Blaster's products blast away rust, grease, and grime. The company makes solvents, spray lubricants, degreasers, cleaners, polishers, and related products for the automotive, hardware, marine, and RV consumer markets. Its top product is PB, a penetrating catalyst for lubrication and rust-removal applications. Blaster serves professional and do-it-yourself customers; the company's products are sold in retail auto part and hardware stores, as well as through distributors. Blaster was founded in 1957 by William Westley, who sold it in 1980 to Cleveland investor Bernard Porter, whose family still owns the company.
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