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Aarti Industries, Ltd. India
We have capability of building a manufacturing plant as per the need of the customer in a relatively short time, by maintaining regulatory standards of SHE.

AGC Chemicals Americas Inc. New Jersey United States
The company offers a broad range of custom manufacturing services from pilot scale process development to commercial scale manufacturing.AGC Chemicals Americas Inc. is the US marketing
and sales division of Asahi Glass Companies.

Agno Pharma New York United States
This US-led synergistic jv allows us to provide the highest quality intermediates and GMP compliant APIs to our clients in a timely and cost competitive manner.

Arran Chemical Company Ireland

BioVerdant California United States
The BioVerdant team has pioneered and developed automated systems for high throughput enzyme and microbial screening. Our enzyme discovery capabilities and state-of-the-art protein engineering are utilized to fully explore a wide variety of enzyme catalyzed reactions. In addition to producing significant cost savings and new intellectual property, our Green Chemistry approach to chemical manufacturing is ideal for minimizing the effects of organic waste products on the environment.

Cambridge Major Laboratories, Inc. Wisconsin United States
The company just completed a major renovation of it's BudgetFTE facilty which is now open for business. Expertise includes heterocycles, oxazoles, phenazines,indoles, tryptohanes, furanes, biphenyls, fluorenes, organo-metallic chemistry, palladium and nickel-catalyzed reactions, nucleosides, sugars, nucleotide reagents, amino acids, and a range of chiral chemistries.

Central Glass International, Inc. Florida United States

Charnwood Molecular Ltd. United Kingdom

Chemizon Inc. Colorado United States
Chemizon's technical expertise, coupled with a flexible business model that ranges from fee-for-service to value participation, has been instrumental in its rapid growth in the drug discovery space. In addition to drug discovery capabilities, Chemizon also provides route development and synthesis expertise to its pharmaceutical industry partners. Headquartered in Korea and with operations in China and the US, Chemizon was founded in 2005 and is privately held.

Chiral Quest New Jersey United States
Chiral Quest has developed an extensive family of chiral catalyst that provide access to a broad array of chiral functionality. We provide catalysts and a screening service that helps our customers develop the most efficient chiral process.

Degussa Exclusive Synthesis & Catalysts New Jersey United States

Dishman USA New Jersey United States
Dishman group subsidiary, Synprotec DCR conducts contract Research and production of non GMP intermediates. IO3S is another Dishmangroup company that specializes in ozonolysis for process R&D and full-scale production.

Dowpharma Michigan United States
Pharmaceutical and fine chemicals companies can contract Dowpharma to manufacture chiral intermediates in either cGMP or non-cGMP assets using its proprietary technology, or directly purchase catalysts and operate the process in the facilities of their choice. In addition, Dowpharma can offer products produced through its preferred Asian contract manufacturing network.

ECA International Corporation Illinois United States
ECA also maintains over thousand catalog products to support our pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical clients on regular basis.

Flamma Spa Italy
Currently FLAMMA operates also in France with the marketing subsidiary Flamma sas and in P.R. China with the manufacturing joint-venture Flamma Gongan Biochemicals Co. Ltd for the production of some basic amino-acids and with a fully owned Research & Technology Center in Shanghai, Shanghai Flamma Bioscience Co. Ltd.

J-Star Research New Jersey United States

Kaneka America LLC New York United States

Minakem, LLC New Jersey United States

Mitsubishi Chemical America, Inc. New Jersey United States
A newly constructed, multi-purpose API plant for clinical materials enhances the capability to meet the customer’s needs.

Nagase & Co. Ltd. Japan
Nagase serves as an agent for other Asian fine chemical manufacturers and provides direct access to its partners’ technology and manufacturing capability.

NOVASEP Inc. Pennsylvania United States
Novasep Synthesis provides R&D and custom synthesis, from lab to industrial scale, with special expertise in hazardous chemistry , chiral chemistry ,and Highly Potent APIs. This network includes Dynamit Nobel, Finorga, and Séripharm.

Omegachem Inc Canada

Omnichem Belgium

OSD America LLC China
Our advanced organic chemistry, cost efficient manufacturing, customer oriented service make OSD your trusted global partner in China.

Phosphonics Ltd. United Kingdom
PhosphonicS’ facility in Oxford UK is where it undertakes service and development work. PhosphonicS is able to develop customised solutions for clients using our immobilisation technology, and offers in-house screening services, providing rapid solutions to difficult purification problems. The company supplies its products from test kits up to bulk scale.

PPG Fine Chemicals Pennsylvania United States
PPG Fine Chemicals has expanded its phosgene derivatives capabilities and technology at its LaPorte, Texas facility targeting the pharmaceutical area, but with application to the agricultural intermediates as well. A new cGMP manufacturing facility and a specialty isocyanate unit in LaPorte began operation in 2000.

Reaxa Limited United Kingdom

Regis Technologies, Inc. Illinois United States
In 2006, Regis opened a new synthetic laboratory wing, doubling the R&D capacity. Regis recently added a Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) Preparative Separations group, which will be open for GMP projects at the end of first quarter in 2007. Regis also holds proprietary Pirkle type chiral technology. Regis has completed multiple validations and is the approved commercial manufacturer of several drug substances.

Richmond Chemical Corporation Illinois United States
Our dynamic biosciences division uses modern strain-engineering techniques to devise practical, cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly processes for the commercial manufacturing of chiral chemicals with exceptional enantioselectivity.

Solvay Organics GmbH Germany

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