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Contents

Editor’s Note, Charlotte Niemiec – Editor 5

AIREDALE CHEMICAL - Finding the formula for longevity 6

TRADEBE CHEMICALS - Solvent strategy 10

QUADRIMEX CHEMICAL - Going global 16

CHEMICAL WATCH - A phoenix from the ashes? 20

NICHE MATERIALS - A Source for Innovation 26

F2 CHEMICALS - A formula for fluorine 32

MARKET DRIVERS - What the future holds 38

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Section 1 - General and Fine Chemicals 48

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Section 3 - Services 132

Index to Suppliers 142

Trade Names 150

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Editor’s Note

Welcome to the new 2019-2020

Where to Buy Directory

Welcome to this year’s edition of the Where to Buy Chemicals,

Plant & Services annual directory, published by Klein

Publishing Ltd. Where to Buy, now in its 29th year as an annual

index, has become the reliable industry sourcing tool, not only

through its established print product, but now also in digital,

mobile and online search formats, playing host to thousands of

products, services, keywords, CAS numbers and suppliers.

The online search engine, www.w2bchemicals.com, is one of

the most complete databases of chemicals, plant, trade names

and services suppliers available via free issue. It is visited

regularly by senior chemical management, laboratory staff and

service procurement staff, matching buyers to suppliers across

thousands of speciality product searches every year. For rare

and specific needs, a free specialist sourcing help facility is on

hand to locate exotic and hard-to-find products within 48 hours,

via a team of experts.

Every product listing coded and linked on the site ensures that

all searches are matched to supply sources immediately.

Search functionality can be any (or any part-spell) mix of

keyword, product name, company name, service or CAS

number, each linked to thousands of product, service and plant

descriptions. Language option settings are simple to select,

with a global audience reach of over 170,000, aiding overseas

interest and export potential for suppliers listing inside this

reference index.

The enhanced online presence that has come about with Klein’s

ownership encompasses many new elements. For instance,

Where to Buy Chemicals can now host your company’s video for

direct viewing all year round to potential buyers. Corporate

video production and editing is also offered, starting at one

minute of live footage production up to longer play.

Klein also carries out bespoke customer satisfaction research

for the chemicals marketplace, offering valuable insights into

customers’ expectations and your own company’s performance

to them, revealing a true and impartial feedback measure of

your business strengths and weakness areas to focus on. For

all enquiries, please contact: sales@ w2bchemicals.com.

Print copies of Where to Buy can be found at many international

events such as Chemspec Europe, Middle East Coatings Show,

inCosmetics, SEPAWA, SCS Formulate and the HPCI events in

India, Poland and South Africa. This year sees Surfex, Making

Pharmaceuticals and CHEM UK all joining the mix. Alliances

are in place with industry groups and associations for print

copy distribution at other major UK events.

This year, it’s my privilege to put together the editorial section

of this year’s directory. This edition examines the chemical

industry as a whole, from niche suppliers to multinational

giants and the trends that drive them.

Helen McNamee of F2 Chemicals’ showcases the company’s

fluorination technology and its multitude of applications,

ranging from cosmetics and medical to tracers and etching.

Anna Bregier guides us through Quadrimex Chemicals’ journey

from a small, local company in France to one of the major

players in the field of niche chemical specialities. And Airedale

Chemical’s Daniel Marr looks at how the company balances its

ambitions for growth and diversification with maintaining the

personal service of its family-business roots.

Dr Dave Evans of NiCHe Materials looks at the most effective

way to source chemicals in an increasingly competitive

marketplace, and what companies can do to ensure a steady

supply chain. Meanwhile, TRADEBE Chemicals outlines its

strategy for evolution from a local solvent recycler to a European

chemicals production company and plans for the future.

A market drivers article looks at the trends driving the chemical

industry now and in the years to come, examining the impact of

‘Industry 4.0’, the circular economy, the shift from east to west

and vice versa, regulatory pressures, the business impact of

Brexit and other regulations around the globe, pharmaceutical,

agrochemical and cosmetics trends, and the effect of the shale

gas boom in the US.

And a report from a recent Chemical Watch conference

addresses the United Nations Environment Programme’s

sustainable development goals. Industry experts weigh in on

how the industry can do better, more quickly and what it needs

to do to improve in a polarising industry.

I hope you find Where to Buy a useful and informative resource

in the year to come.

Charlotte Niemiec – Editor

Where to Buy Directory

Chemicals, Plant & Services

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AIREDALE CHEMICAL

Finding the formula

for longevity

Daniel Marr, Commercial Director of Airedale Chemical, explains how the company

balances its ambitions for growth and diversification with maintaining the personal

service of its family-business roots.

Top of its niche in the speciality

chemicals industry, Airedale

Chemical is looking to expand far

beyond its current offerings. Founded

in 1973 by the late Brian Chadwick to

produce its own range of textile dyes,

it now exports speciality chemicals to

countries across the world, with a

keen eye on expanding into new highgrowth

markets.

Based in North Yorkshire, UK,

Airedale Chemical has seen many

changes in the last four decades and

is now one of the leading UK chemical

companies and flourishing as a

family-run business that has always

remained true to its roots. Between

2008 and 2012 the company saw

unprecedented growth but, when

Chris Chadwick, the third generation

of the family, took over the running of

Airedale Chemical’s dye laboratory in Cross Hills.

the business from his uncle, Richard

Chadwick, he was keen to remain true

to its strengths and core values, with

customer satisfaction at its heart.

The four-acre Cross Hills site has

been the company’s core production

facility since 1994 and it now employs

around 100 people including a

specialist new product development

team and dedicated compliance,

health and safety staff. Its chemical

production facility manufactures and

distributes over 80,000 tonnes of

product a year, offering a range of

sizes spanning the gamut from 25kg

sacks, 25 litre drums, 200 litre drums,

1,000 litre containers or bulk sizes.

As the only British-based producer

of peracetic acid (PAA), as announced

on Article 95, it has dominated the

cleaning and sanitisation market for

the last 10 years. PAA is used in

detergent products, disinfectants,

cleaners, milk manufacturing, dairy

Daniel Marr, Commercial Director, Airedale Chemical

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and cheese production, and brewery

and wine manufacturing. Airedale

Chemical also supplies commodity

and speciality chemicals to many

manufacturing and processing

industries including agrochemicals,

automotive, industrial cleaning, food

and beverage, personal care,

recycling and waste, and water

treatment. Aside from PAA, key

products within its commodity

chemical range are phosphoric acid,

caustic soda, hydrogen peroxide and

acetic acid. The company's

surfactants range is used in industries

including agrochemical, textile, water

treatment and personal care.

Its four acre production site

contains multiple stainless steel

mixing vessels from 4,000 litres to

44,000 litres, plastic-lined reactor

vessels (all temperature controlled),

powder blending facilities, over 15

bulk storage containers, dye mixing

facilities, an effluent treatment plant

and small packing and filling facilities.

It also has 250,000ft 2 of storage

facilities spread across nine

warehouse locations. These are

temperature controlled to ensure

product stability and stock is

controlled using computerised

management software. And a fullyowned

fleet of transportation

vehicles ensures total flexibility

and independence in delivering

orders without having to rely on thirdparty

haulers.

Following the decline of the UK’s

textile industry, Airedale Chemical

branched out and invested heavily in

creating an authoritative technical

department with experienced

chemists focusing on new product

development, while also providing

formulation development, dye

matching and sampling services

through its on-site R&D facilities.

A mixing vessel at Airedale Chemical

changes in regulation will be key, he

says. All chemical regulations in the

UK are currently driven by the EU,

including the Biocidal Products

Regulation (BPR) and the Registration,

Evaluation, Authorisation and

Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)

Regulation. Both have been

transformational for the industry and

cover the majority of Airedale

Chemical’s products.

It is expected that UK REACH will

be present alongside EU REACH,

meaning companies operating across

both markets will be required to hold

registration for both. The same will

apply to the BPR.

“We have made provisions for

Brexit with a manufacturing operation

planned within the EU to ensure

continued production of key products

into EU markets,” says Marr. “This will

negate any tariffs or delays in

import/export to the UK.

“But we also see some great

opportunities arising from the UK

leaving Europe, particularly in contract

manufacturing,” he adds. “EU

companies are looking for easier ways

to trade in the UK and overcome any

potential barriers to entering the

market by having their formulas

manufactured here, which is great for

Brexit-proofing

Commercial Director, Daniel Marr,

Five-year forecast

explains the company’s future

The company’s next five-year strategy

strategy in the face of global and

will reflect changes in the industry. “We

political changes.

see our product offering evolving in line

Top of the company’s agenda is

with external influences and also with

‘Brexit-proofing’, Marr says. “The next

our sales strategy,” Marr says.

six months will be interesting for all

“We anticipate different types of

industries as Brexit becomes a reality

chemistry are likely to emerge over

but, at Airedale Chemical, we’ll be

the coming years, driven by changes

intently following how the chemical

in regulations and applications in the

businesses like ours that have the

sector Cornelius’s is regulated Technical under Centre the new prepares demonstration samples and offers formulation support market,” he adds. For example, the

regulatory landscape.” Managing

company saw a huge boost to PAA

facilities to provide large-scale contract

and toll manufacturing services.”

New products, new markets

As part of Airedale Chemical’s new

product strategy, it introduced a

revised product portfolio last year to

reflect demand from existing

customers.

In 2019 and beyond, it will be

looking to introduce more speciality

products in high growth markets as it

scopes new opportunities in the EU

and UK, focusing specifically on the

water treatment, agricultural and

cleaning and detergent markets. It

hopes this will add value to its existing

customer base while presenting

opportunities in new markets.

It will continue to consolidate and

grow its presence in the UK market,

where it already has strong and

established sales – and continue to

grow products in the EU, but mainly in

Germany and France.

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AIREDALE CHEMICAL

Chemical production at

Airedale Chemical’s

warehouse.

sales as the ‘green credentials’ of the

chemical saw it become the go-to

product for compliant disinfection.

“We expect PAA and phosphoric

acid to continue to remain strong

performance areas for us as new

opportunities continue to emerge. For

instance, we are now seeing PAA

transpire as a popular option in salad

and fresh produce washing, which

was unheard of just three years ago,”

he explains.

Ever-evolving regulations also bring

about changes to the products

customers are looking for as they

search for alternative solutions and

methods to remain compliant.

Managing Director, Chris

Chadwick, is keen to continue the

company’s growth plans and says he

may return to a strategy of

acquisitions in markets that

complement its existing offering, as

with the acquisition of ingredients

distribution business Rigest in 2016,

which created an immediate and

established presence for Airedale

in the food and beverage industry.

Going green

The company is also building on its

‘zero to landfill’ accolades with a

series of projects aimed at increasing

sustainability using natural resources

wherever possible. It has set itself the

task of achieving a 40% increase in

sustainability over the next five years,

which will see the company’s

environmental credentials a

prominent point on the agenda. It has

already seen gas consumption come

down 5% in 2018 on the previous year,

electricity usage down 11% and water

usage reduced by 28%.

Two of the schemes underway

include using an on-site water source,

which will see 100% of the water used

in the manufacturing facility sourced

internally. This will cut its carbon

footprint, as well as reducing utility

bills. It will also be exploring a network

of solar panels to further reduce its

environmental impact and increase its

ambition to be more self-sufficient.

“The outlook for the next five years

is certainly bright and, while we have

ambitious plans to continue growing

and exploring new markets, we will

definitely be keeping one foot firmly

planted in our roots as a family run

business,” Marr concludes.

Contact:

Daniel Marr

Commercial Director

Airedale Chemical

Tel: +44 (0)1535 637876

E-mail:

enquiries@airedalechemical.co.uk

Website:

www.airedalechemical.com

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TRADEBE CHEMICALS

Solvent strategy

From a local solvent recycler to a European chemicals producer

Tradebe’s evolution from a local solvent recycler to a

European chemicals production company is a story involving

strategy, a repositioning in the marketplace, an internal

reorganisation and recent growth and expansion into the

European markets of Germany and Italy.

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2011: Tradebe acquires SRM

Tradebe’s growth trajectory started in

2011, when it acquired the UK’s

leading solvent recycling company

Solvent Resource Management (SRM)

from Heidelberg Cement. At this point,

SRM itself had a long-established

history with acquisitions. The names

Solrec, Croda, Chemicals

Manufacturing & Refining and Gelpke

& Bate all hold some previous identity

within the company, and many of the

employees from these previous

companies are still with Tradebe today.

The SRM acquisition represented a

turning point for Tradebe in the UK,

with sites in East Sussex, West

Yorkshire, Lancashire, Tyne and Wear

and North Shields. Although the

company was already an established

multinational environmental company,

with exponential year-on-year growth

in the UK waste processing market, it

had limited expertise in the solvent

recycling and recovery market.

SRM brought additional UK

coverage for the management and

treatment of hazardous waste, but

also with the added new treatment

capabilities of solvent distillation,

laundry/toll recovery and thinners

blending, as well as the sale of

recovered solvents back to the market,

which was a new arm to the business.

Tradebe already supplied a

secondary liquid fuel blending service,

so this was strategically regrouped

into the current company operations.

The acquisition proved a real game

changer; Tradebe was now able to

more effectively serve hazardous

waste producers with a wider range of

services across the UK.

Tradebe solvent recycling

capabilities

SRM was swiftly brought under the

Tradebe umbrella and rebranded

Tradebe Solvent Recycling (TSR). The

company predominantly involved in

the reclamation, sales and distribution

of industrial solvents continued to lead

the UK market in its area of expertise,

processing in excess of 140,000

tonnes of solvent waste a year.

Tradebe was a household name for all

companies that had requirements for

bulk waste solvent from typical

industries such as agrochemical,

pharmaceutical, manufacturing,

chemical, automotive. To this day,

Tradebe is still a UK leading expert in

the recycling of solvent and supplies

of quality recovered solvents.

In 2014, it acquired the business

Solvents with Safety (SWS), based in

South Yorkshire. This brought new

service offerings to the company,

including flexible and bespoke

chemical contract filling and

packaging, as well as safe chemical

blending to a customer’s

specification. Tradebe now had the

capabilities to package its own

chemicals and introduce them to the

market under its own brand.

Solvent market movement

Solvents were once a common

commodity in the marketplace and

heavily used in the manufacturing,

agrochemical, pharmaceutical,

chemicals, printers, paint and

cosmetics industries. This high usage

created a considerable amount of

spent solvent. Instead of viewing it as

a problem, Tradebe looked at it as an

opportunity for its business, as it had

the specialist technology and a large

treatment capacity to recycle solvents.

Environmental scientific research

provided strong evidence to support

the causes of climate change and the

importance of protecting the

environment and its limited resources

became more prevalent. It was in the

mid 70s when the concept of the

waste hierarchy was first introduced,

but it was not until 2008 that the EU

Waste Framework Directive

2008/98/EC was enforced in

environmental legislation as the fivestep

hierarchy that industry knows

today. The Circular Economy

concept grew as an innovative way

of exploiting resources and this

greener chemistry started to change

corporate behaviours.

Businesses that were able to

incorporate meaningful

environmentally sustainable practices

into their operations gave them a

competitive edge over the late

adopters. For bulk solvent waste

producers, solvent recycling and toll

recovery is an environmentally sound

and economical alternative to

disposal. Solvents can be chemically

reformed through distillation and

returned back to the market in near

virgin state for almost indefinite re-use.

It is the process of distillation that is

used to recycle spent solvent. Spent

solvent streams that can be suitably

recovered and reused provide

positive carbon savings for society as

a whole and for the customer in

particular. Tradebe has the inhouse

expertise to estimate the carbon

footprint of a given recycled solvent

and compare this with the equivalent

virgin solvent to calculate the

greenhouse gas emission savings

made by using recycled material.

Today, businesses are further

looking to re-evaluate their

technologies and processes for

greener manufacturing that focuses

on reducing or even eliminating the

use of solvents. This shift has two

impacts for a business dedicated to

solvent recycling and recovered

solvent sales. Solvents for resale can

only be produced when there are

waste streams to process – and waste

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TRADEBE CHEMICALS

streams can only be processed when

the manufacturers are producing

waste. Unlike a normal production

company, this business does not have

any control over its raw material

inputs, it cannot go to market for

waste if the waste is not being

produced. It was clear the solvent

division needed a strategic review to

ensure it was aligned with Tradebe’s

overall company direction of growth.

Strategic alignment

The solvent division had begun to feel

the effects of the reduction of solvent

usage in the industry and understood

that this trend was set for the long haul,

as customers were on the relentless

pursuit of continuous improvement and

always looking for ways to reduce and

eliminate the amount of waste they

produced. The division needed to

understand the impact and devise an

appropriate strategy.

In 2015, a number of changes were

made to the management team for the

solvent division. This new team took

the challenge of transforming the

solvent division and embarked on a

complex strategic review to enable it

to adapt to the changing market and

take advantage of the new

opportunities on the horizon. It was

decided that the solvent division would

no longer deal strictly with waste; it

would also deal with chemicals.

The solvent division had a talented

team, an expert R&D team with

analytical development labs, strong

technical knowledge and specialist

equipment for the production of

chemicals. Most importantly, it had the

drive and willingness to jump into a

new business area in the crossroads

between waste and chemicals, where

no other player had yet ventured. The

range of chemical products the

business had been producing over the

last ten years had remained stable, in

a market that had been evolving. As

such, the business needed to evolve

with the market and effectively

position itself for the development of

products that would be used in the

next ten years.

The solvent division had come to

the realisation that only by building

strong strategic alliances with top

customers and understanding their

processes would Tradebe be able to

add the value and deliver high

performance chemical solutions that

would give it a competitive advantage.

Therefore, the solvent division’s future

purpose was to exist as an extension

of its customers’ own sites. The

division repositioned itself as a service

provider to the chemical industry and

as a producer of chemical products.

Tradebe’s solvent division was no

longer solely a waste management

provider and had already started

producing valuable products for

different areas of the industrial

network in Europe. To reflect this,

Tradebe Solvent Recycling was

renamed in January 2017 and

launched as the TRADEBE Chemicals

division and became a separate,

specialised division to the rest of the

Tradebe company.

TRADEBE Chemicals journey

With the technology, knowledge,

innovation and expertise within the

business, TRADEBE Chemicals would

go to market with new value-added

services; chemical sourcing, the

development of new products,

process optimisation, processing

chemicals to a high specification

(blending, formulation, filtration,

reclamation and purification), as well

as ancillary services, including

chemical storage, contract filling,

packaging, labelling and distribution.

Custom chemical processing and

product development would be the

main drivers for future growth for

TRADEBE Chemicals and hence form

the core of the business. Solvent

recovery would remain an important

activity, but would no longer be the

only company offering and would play

a role especially when higher valueadded

products were being recycled

and reutilised.

The ambition was great, but

repositioning the TRADEBE Chemicals

brand from a waste company to a

chemical producer was a challenge

for its internal stakeholders

(operations teams, lab, SHEQ and

commercial) as well as the external

partners, suppliers and customers.

The transition proved tough at the

outset; few companies wanted to

discuss with TRADEBE Chemicals

their secret recipes for production, let

alone take part in joint workshops to

help it develop processes that would

result in better purity, de-bottlenecking

its operations or even shortening its

manufacturing cycle time. But

TRADEBE Chemicals kept going.

At the same time, the Chemicals

division joined forces across Europe to

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become a single European Chemicals

Division within Tradebe, and the

Tradebe Gualba site became a sister

site to Tradebe UK sites in Sunderland

and Rye. The teams began

collaborating to gain new insights. All

of those sites embarked on a difficult,

time-consuming but very rewarding

integration of processes, key

performance indicators, sales

structures, SHEQ standards and

engineering capabilities. This

transformation and integration

process is now well advanced, with a

joined-up commercial team and a

technical services team that provide

advanced technical, continuous

improvement and R&D expertise to

the group from a central location and

with a single focus of responsibility.

Expansion into Germany and Italy

While the TRADEBE Chemicals

operations between Spain and UK

were busy integrating, TRADEBE

Chemicals has continued to add to its

growth strategy by putting down a

new flag in Germany.

In late 2018, the company signed

an agreement with the largest

chemical company in the world,

German giant BASF, to build and

operate a distillation site in

Schwarzheide, East Germany.

Schwarzheide is one of BASF’s

largest Verbund sites in the world and

Europe’s third largest site. It boasts

over 20 different BASF processes and

290 hectares of land (equivalent of

roughly 550 football pitches) and there

are over ten partner companies

working on site. It is a true chemical

park, positioned to become the door

to Eastern Europe and the start of the

modern “silk road”, which will

eventually lead trains from Antwerp to

Shanghai. The site is expected to

begin operations in 2020.

Meanwhile, TRADEBE Chemicals

set its sights on Italy. The Italian

pharmaceutical industry is one of the

largest in the world and an important

market in which to operate if a

company’s ambition is to make the

division a European business. In Italy,

TRADEBE Chemicals has recently

been awarded the right to acquire a

site that had been in insolvency

proceedings for over a year. This site,

formerly known as Solveko, is between

Milan and Parma, in the beautiful town

of Fidenza. TRADEBE Chemicals is

currently working to recruit people

Recycled solvents can save 46-92% greenhouse gas

emissions compared to virgin solvents

Tradebe and other members of the European Solvent Recycler Group

(ESRG) commissioned a carbon footprinting study to demonstrate the

environmental benefits of recycling solvents. It focused on six recycled

solvents produced by the ESRG members – mixed solvents, acetone,

tetrahydrofuran (THF), methyl ethyl, ketone (MEK), triethylamine (TEA)

and perchloroethylene (PERC).

The main goal was to estimate the carbon footprint of the six recycled

solvents from ‘cradle to gate’ or ‘business to business’, which took into

account transporting waste solvent to the recycling plant, the solvent

recycling process and the transport of recycled solvent to the user.

A life cycle assessment was used to estimate the carbon footprint,

following the ISO 14044 methodology. CCaLC V3.0 was used to model

the system and estimate the carbon footprint.

The findings suggest that recycling 309 kt of used solvents each year can

save 618 kt CO2 eq. per year. This is equivalent to annually avoiding the

greenhouse gas emissions of 280,000 diesel cars.

who will manage and grow the site

into a state-of-the-art facility to support

the growing pharmaceutical industry

that is prominent in northern Italy. The

site is expected to come online later

this year.

TRADEBE Chemicals now has a

functionally-driven organisation that

will be able to efficiently deal with

conducting business in four different

countries, with four different

languages and over 100 employees in

the newly formed division. There are

now five specialist Tradebe Chemical

sites based in the UK, Spain, Germany

and Italy. The Tradebe company also

has a presence in the US through its

environmental services business.

Growth and expansion to 2020 and

beyond

But the company is not stopping there.

TRADEBE Chemicals is focused on

continuing to grow and offer

customers the best service possible to

become the distillation and contract

manufacturing partner of choice,

throughout Europe. It is working hard

to find attractive businesses to buy,

partner and do business with. In order

to do so, the division has established a

strong team that will deliver through

the transition. The TRADEBE

Chemicals team has continued to

succeed while undergoing this

significant change. There has been a

large amount of uncertainty, flexibility

and adversities that it has had to

overcome. For TRADEBE Chemicals

the future is bright and it is looking to

gain new business and customers that

will help enhance this new direction.

Contact:

Phill Ellis

European Trading Director

TRADEBE Chemicals

Tel: 0845 603 2893

E-mail: phill.ellis@tradebe.com

Website: www.tradebe.co.uk

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QUADRIMEX CHEMICAL

Going global

With humble beginnings as a small, local company in France in 1989, Quadrimex

Chemical has grown to become one of the major players in the field of niche chemical

specialities around the world. Key to its success has been recognising the importance

of national trade and taking steps towards penetrating what it sees as key chemical

markets by diversifying its portfolio and business geographically.

With headquarters located in

Cavaillon, in Provence, southern

France, Quadrimex Chemical has

three production facilities and two

R&D and quality control laboratories

located in France and Germany. It

produces and delivers over 50,000

tonnes of speciality chemical products

via four business units: ‘Sulfur

Derivatives’, ‘Oil & Gas’, ‘Chemical

Specialties & Valorisation’, and

‘Custom & On-Site Services’.

The company is a leading

European producer of sulfur

chemicals, including sodium

hydrosulfide, ammonium sulfide,

sodium sulfide and sodium

tetrasulfide, all of which are

compliant with the EU’s Registration,

Evaluation, Authorisation and

Restriction (REACH) Regulation. It

supplies these products via its

manufacturing facilities in Leuna

(Germany) to serve a diverse

spectrum of end applications, such as

flotation in the mining industry

(copper, molybdenum, cobalt, zinc,

nickel), tanneries (leather industry),

heavy metal precipitation, cosmetics,

paper mills, sewage treatment, sulfur

dyes and many more. The facility is

strategically located on a major

petrochemical plant in Europe, which

allows it to secure a stable supply of

pure raw high quality products, which

are used to produce sodium

hydrosulfide, ammonium sulfide,

sodium sulfide and sodium tetrasulfide.

This facility blends and

manufactures different forms of these

formulas (liquid, molten, solid) with

precision and purity. It then sells them

in both small and large volumes,

depending on the product (drums,

IBC, iso-containers, tanker trucks,

wagons, 25kg bags or large bags).

The company’s local laboratory

analysis and quality assurance team

ensures that product specifications

are met in accordance with customer

requirements; and topnotch logistics

specialists (IATA/ADR) deliver the

chemicals swiftly, safety and in

keeping with the necessary legal and

safety requirements.

Today, its Chemical Specialties &

Valorisation Business Unit is in charge

of the global distribution of over 100

speciality chemicals and ingredients.

At the heart of this active portfolio are

inorganic chemicals, chlorinated

products, de-icing or water treatment

solutions, industrial pigments, tablet

salts and more.

A 30-year journey

The company was established in 1989

by Philippe Bardin, who initially

dedicated staff to one purpose – the

strategic sourcing of raw chemical

materials and resale. The team

provided companies with sourcing

Quadrimex scientists in the lab

Tablet salts make up some of

Quadrimex's offerings

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Quadrimex Chemical's headquarters in

Cavaillon, Provence, southern France

and delivery of different types of

chemical products, first in France

and then very quickly worldwide.

The goal was to become a supplier

for all manufacturing needs, with an

additional focus on water treatment

solutions.

In 2016, Quadrimex Chemical sold

its subsidiary, Quadrimex Salt, to a

salt producer that was one of the

historical suppliers of Quadrimex

Chemical for more than 20 years. The

activity ‘De-icing Road’ was created in

1994 and grew gradually. However,

this activity significantly depended on

climate conditions and had no real

link to the core chemical business.

The company decided instead to

focus entirely on its mineral chemistry

activities and four business segments.

The main strategy now comprises

expanding the sulfur derivatives

market and developing the Oil & Gas

Business Unit, which focuses on

drying technologies and catalysts.

‘Newton’s’ hydrocarbons drying

In this market, Quadrimex Chemical

has found an impressive niche.

Hydrocarbon drying is necessary to

prevent water phase reappearance in

storage tanks and to respect customer

water specifications. This is done

mainly to avoid the interaction of water

and hydrocarbons at certain

pressures and temperatures that

could cause, among other things,

breakdown of engines.

While market specifications differ

across countries, refineries usually

have to supply a ‘clear and bright’

hydrocarbon with a low water

concentration (80ppm or less) by

removing free water. In partnership

with the French Petroleum Institute

(IFP), Quadrimex Chemical developed

a hydrocarbon drying technology for

the dehydration of saturated

hydrocarbons. Commercialised under

the trademark ‘Newton’s’, the

technology can be used for different

types of hydrocarbons in refineries

(LPG, kerosene or diesel) and in

petrochemical facilities (butadiene,

xylene, vinyl chloride monomer and

acetylene). It is based on two main

stages: first, the design of the dryer

with the associated software; second,

the supply of dehydrating and

deliquescent briquettes that are

adapted to the specific dryer.

In one Middle East project,

Quadrimex Chemical completed a

process design package in a refinery

in Saudi Arabia. The Oil & Gas

Business Unit’s engineering

department designed and arranged

for the construction of six new dryers

(four in activity and two spare ones)

dedicated to diesel treatment.

In Singapore, another customer

faced two major challenges:

increasing the flow rate of the diesel

unit while maintaining the ‘clear and

bright’ quality of the final product. To

deal with these challenges, the

Quadrimex Chemical engineering

division designed a new diesel drying

unit especially for the customer. As a

result, the refinery managed to

increase the flow rate by 20% and

simultaneously reached the 80 parts

per million (ppm) water specification

for the hydrocarbon at the end of the

process. On the back of this success,

Quadrimex Chemical signed a further

two new projects in Taiwan and in

India. The company now supplies

different types of deliquescent

briquettes in the US and Canada.

Innovative water treatment

alternatives

For over 30 years, Quadrimex

Chemical has imported chlorinated

products for water treatment

dedicated to the European market of

tablet makers. The portfolio comprises

trichloroisocyanuric acid (TCCA),

sodium dichloroisocyanurate

(dihydrate SDIC) and calcium

hypochlorite. These chemicals are

used in a wide range of applications

including public and private

swimming pools, tap water treatment,

disinfection, detergents, bleaching,

packers and wholesalers.

Quadrimex Chemical also offers

an alternative solution – salt in tablets

for swimming pools. This product is

used instead of chlorinated ones to

produce chlorine in situ by electrolysis.

The in-house laboratory based in

Cavaillon allows for different tests to

be performed in order to produce an

efficient and sustainable product.

Expanding further

Growth and expansion are key goals

for most companies and Quadrimex

Chemical is no exception. While it has

no plans to open new branches at the

current time, the company is on the

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constant look-out for new opportunities

and to form strategic partnerships with

companies worldwide, on a long-term

basis. It believes the potential for profit

is huge and it adapts its offerings

depending on market fluctuation and

customer demand.

“The speciality chemicals industry

is growing but it constantly faces

different challenges, because

competition is stiff,” a spokesperson

for the company says. “Typically,

producers experience tremendous

pressure in maintaining profit

margins as a result of general

globalisation. It may be less of a

challenge for the biggest chemical

companies but, for smaller ones like

Quadrimex Chemical, it is something

to consider,” they add. Today, the

company has to align its product

development with a successful

marketing strategy in order to offer a

value-based price. And continuous

product innovation is necessary to

fight against the odds of product

commoditisation within the

product lifecycle.

But “this industry is expected to

provide answers to some of the

world’s most urgent problems and its

actors have to rise to the challenge

and embrace innovation quickly,” the

spokesperson says. As the world

changes, businesses become more

dependent on geopolitical shifts,

global competition or consumer

demand. “It is therefore crucial to

understand the forces that are

reshaping this volatile industry and

look for new approaches to

Quadrimex Chemical imports

chlorinated products for water

treatment dedicated to the European

market of tablet makers.

“We can’t do today’s

business with

yesterday’s methods

and be in business

tomorrow”

organisational change. Quadrimex

Chemical believes that the industry

overall should adopt eco-friendly

technologies for sustainable

development and focus on R&D. “We

can’t do today’s business with

yesterday’s methods and be in

business tomorrow,” they add. “The

chemical industry is on the brink of

profound change, and rapid

industrialisation and urbanisation are

the main reasons for the increasing

demand for speciality chemicals in the

coming years.”

Aiming for a circular economy

The circular economy model has been

gaining ground in the chemical

industry over the last few years.

Quadrimex Chemical feels it is

important to actively participate in

better waste recovery and look at both

market opportunities and

environmental impact. Via its

Chemical Specialties business unit,

the company helps transform

byproducts into products that are used

by other industrial sectors and then by

final consumers. As a supplier of

products and solutions to a variety of

consumer industries, Quadrimex

enables (directly and indirectly)

greater durability and performance in

many industrial and end-use

applications, such as petrochemistry,

refining, surface treatment,

galvanising, ceramics, glass, mining,

fluid formulation, lubricants, industrial

maintenance, electronics, composites

material, plastics, rubber, waste and

wastewater treatment, paper and

packaging, detergents, coatings or

military applications.

In order to support its customers,

Quadrimex Chemicals also helps with

sourcing, hazardous goods logistics

and product valorisation. The

company can offer effective strategies

and tools for the re-utilisation and

valorisation of co-products, byproducts

and waste, to achieve a

significant increase in environmental,

social and economic sustainability.

Rising to the regulatory challenge

As a company operating directly in the

niche chemical market, Quadrimex

Chemical was initially concerned by

the EU’s REACH Regulation. It involved

complex issues, even for companies

with no direct registration

requirements. Europe remains one of

the most highly regulated regions in

the world, with ever stricter legislation.

The purpose of REACH was to ensure

the protection of human health and the

environment from the hazards of

chemical substances. It applied to

Quadrimex Chemical, because the

company’s activities constantly turn

around manufacturing and the

distribution of different chemical

products. It therefore needed to

identify and manage the risks

associated with the substances that

are manufactured and marketed in

the EU/EEA.

The EU Biocidal Products

Regulation (BPR) also has an impact

on Quadrimex Chemical, in relation to

its water treatment products. The BPR

requires manufacturers to prove that

everything they claim about a product

is accurate, including its lifespan, its

effectiveness in use and its contents.

Companies also have to ensure a

product is safe to use and to make all

this information clear and easy to

interpret on the label for the end user.

A product must make claims suitable

to its purpose and area of use, and

have scientific evidence to back up its

claims. Several of Quadrimex

Chemical’s product are on the way to

being registered under the BPR.

By 2020, the company believes the

global chemical industry will likely

continue to be challenging, with new

regulations in force and on the way. But

with years of experience and plenty of

expertise, it knows it can keep up with

any regulatory or industry changes to

continue serving its customers

effectively.

Contact:

Anna Bregier

Communication

Quadrimex Chemical

Tel: +33 (0)4 90 78 70 49

E-mail:

abregier@quadrimex.com

Website:

Garmendia www.quadrimex.com –

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A phoenix

from the ashes?

The global goal to minimise adverse impacts of chemicals by 2020 will

not be achieved, according to a report released in March from the UN

Environment Assembly. At the Chemical Watch Global Business Summit

a week later, discussions focused on sustainability and the ‘circular

economy’, and what chemical companies can do to achieve this

Global goal not achieved

This year has been somewhat of a

bellwether year for the chemicals

industry. In March, the UN

Environment Assembly published its

Global Chemicals Outlook II: From

legacies to innovation solutions

synthesis report, which “seeks to alert

policymakers and other stakeholders

to the critical role of the sound

management of chemicals and waste

in sustainable development.” Its

purpose was to look at whether the

overall objective of the Strategic

Approach to International Chemicals

Management (SAICM) would be

achieved. The objective? To “achieve

the sound management of chemicals

throughout their life cycle so that by

the year 2020, chemicals are produced

and used in ways that minimise

significant adverse impacts on the

environment and human health.” The

report’s striking conclusion?

“The global goal to minimise

adverse impacts of chemicals and

waste will not be achieved by 2020.

Solutions exist, but more

ambitious worldwide action by all

stakeholders is urgently required.”

The period up to 2020 represented

“a historic window of opportunity to

reflect on lessons learned in

international chemicals and waste

management,” the report says.

“Trends data suggest that the

projected doubling of the global

chemicals market between 2017 and

2030 will increase global chemical

releases, exposures, concentrations

and adverse health and environmental

impacts unless the sound

management of chemicals and waste

is achieved worldwide. Business as

usual is therefore not an option.”

“Business as usual is

therefore not an option”

To make progress, more ambitious,

urgent and worldwide collaborative

action by all stakeholders and in all

countries is required – and the report

identifies ten action steps needed to

achieve this [see box 1].

But by shining a light on the

industry’s failures, stakeholders now

have a clearer way forward,

according to Echa Executive Director,

Bjorn Hansen. Despite not meeting

the 2020 goal, we are on the right

track, he told delegates at the

conference. “Internationally, the most

amazing things that have happened

with SAICM are the ‘little gems’ that

give a signal of where to go.” We

need to look at our common interests

and goals, and move forward with

those, he added.

On the initial SAICM agenda, the

table of priorities for implementation

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ran to a staggering 270 items. Achim

Halpaap, Senior Advisor at the

Chemicals and Waste Branch of

United Nations Environment

Programme (UNEP) Switzerland, said:

“One lesson learned is that the many

action items included in the global

plan of action created an

unimplementable agenda. We’re

learning that some of these are more

important than others.” One way to

ensure future success, he said, is to

decide what the top ten elements are

for each country – with GHS sitting at

the top of the list. “If we have more

concrete, measurable items, we can

be more strategic about

implementation,” he said. Full

implementation of the Globally

Harmonized System of Classification

and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) is

one goal that has not been achieved;

more than 120 countries have still not

implemented it, the report states.

Nancy Beck, Principal Deputy

Assistant Administrator, US EPA,

agreed that GHS provides a good

benchmark. “If you look at the

elements that make GHS important,

such as workplace safety or

consistency, then it’s easier to provide

those flexibilities to countries that have

different levels of capacity. [But] you

might be setting a bar that’s too high,”

she said. Halpaap agreed. In the

1990s and 2000s, many countries were

keen to set environmental priorities,

but with 270 to choose from, countries

made different selections. “We do

need a global reference point, but

without being too prescriptive,” he

said. “Only by doing this can you

achieve the most risk reduction for the

resources involved. Global hazard

communication is probably the most

important one, but some countries

don’t even have this in place.”

The GHS is a “beautiful

framework”, added Hansen. Every

country has different problems,

capacities and competencies,

abilities and mechanisms to access

information – and these are the four

factors that determine what chemical

management system governments

should put in place. Most importantly,

it must be consistent with what other

countries are doing. “[The GHS] is

essentially a technical toolkit that

eliminates 80% of the friction between

chemical management systems. It

needs a lot of work, but it’s going in

the right direction.”

However, governments have

varying priorities. Nhat Nguyen, Chief

Analyst at Chemical Watch,

explained that in Asia or Latin

America, for example, chemical

management issues may not be high

on the list of priorities for sustainable

development. This is because there

are so many other issues to tackle

first, such as economic growth. “It’s

not that they don’t recognise them as

issues,” he clarified, “they just don’t

have the resources or time to look at

it.” The question, he added, is

whether we should expect a repetition

of this failure to establish sound

chemicals management systems

beyond 2020.

Consumer pressure

Public perception also hinders

progress. Hansen noted that “a lack

of confidence and expert judgement”

underlies the chemical industry,

which has not been helped by

discouraging press reports. These

influence how consumers think about

chemicals, but the behaviour and the

response of the chemical industry has

not helped improve perception. Beck

added: “I think we have a crisis of

confidence coming from both sides –

the environmental groups are

unhappy in some cases, the industry

groups are unhappy, and it erodes

the credibility of organisations. I

believe in transparency, but whether

or not we’re able to pivot quickly

enough to regain the confidence of

stakeholders is an open question.

We’re living in challenging times in

the US, particularly when it comes to

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chemicals. There’s a lack of

awareness, understanding, hazard

versus risk … and communicating

that to the public is an impossible

message to get across. And no one’s

come forward with a solution.”

But this is slowly changing, said

Nguyen. For example, there is now

more of a dialogue between

government and industry in Asia,

where governments have realised

they have to involve industry in some

discussions. “We also see that the

public is increasingly aware and is

making demands on the products

they buy. Some of this could be

mistrust, but in other areas, you see

the public is actually gaining

confidence because of certain rules

An industry in transition

Rafael Cayuela, Corporate Chief Economist at Dow

Europe, Switzerland, highlighted six chemical

industry trends that suggest it is in a fundamental

state of transition:

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The global playground has been moving over the

last two decades. Europe and North America were

the largest markets, but China has taken over –

and the industry should look very carefully at what

it does next. The country’s 13th Five Year Plan is

focused on ‘subtraction and enhancement’ and

the country is looking at sustainability as a major

driver, but the moves China makes are also a way

for the global industry to assess trends and shifts

in focus.

State-owned enterprises (SOEs)/private

enterprises are consolidating. The number of

SOEs has been growing very fast over the last

decade. This is important because, if the industry

is going through major sustainability challenges

but these companies are ruled by investors, there

will be a fragmented approach. This represents

great opportunity, but also risk.

Decoupling, versus energy and emissions. Global

emissions continue to rise and, he said, there has

been a new record for CO2 emissions – “this is

just the beginning of what we need to go through

as an industry”.

Total shareholder return – the chemical industry

has been outperforming. Over the last 17 years,

chemicals have done well because of global

demand and the industrial revolution has been

improving. There has been a tendency for members

of the value chain to move into chemicals.

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The digital revolution or fourth industrial

revolution is providing a new wave of innovation.

“The chemical industry has historically solved

problems; in recent centuries, we’ve developed

plastics, fertilisers, etc. But, as we moved into the

second half of the century, the problem wasn’t

innovation, it was coping with the largest period of

global peace and a doubling of the population. In

this era of globalisation, the industry started

looking at chemical molecules, then moved into

applications – but it is now moving into a new

area of digitalisation, enabled by quantum

chemistry,” he said. Today, 95% of the world’s

manufactured goods are created by chemistry.

The chemical industry has been essential for

human progress, but it is in transition and has to

define a more sustainable model. The next ten

years will be critical for this as the convergence of

sciences are poised to move industry into a new

paradigm of innovation, collaboration, business

models and circular growth platforms. There is a

new social contract between industry and society,

based on higher levels of transparency,

collaboration and trust.

But of most importance, he urged, was

sustainability. A report by consultancy PWC,

Chemical Trends 2019, asked 22 of the largest

chemical company CEOs what their major

concerns were for the short- and medium-term.

Three of the top were sustainability related. Of

these, resource and materials substitution were

the highest, followed by decarbonisation of the

economy, use of renewable energy sources and

elimination of waste.

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that have been put in place.”

And, according to the GCO II

report, this is an important trend: most

chemical industry growth is expected

in Asia, along with other emerging

economies such as Nigeria and

Kenya. “If we have 10 years of this, we

easily see doubling of the chemical

industry in some of these countries,”

said Halpaap. “This is all linked to

global material flows and resource

extraction – we are in an exponential

growth phase.”

Perception is everything

Consumer pressure to ensure

minimal negative impact of chemicals

on the environment and human health

is “tremendous”, said Csilla Magyar,

Director of EU Chemicals and Trade

Policy, Issues Management and Crisis

Communications at The Dow

Chemical Company. There are

mounting demands for alternatives

and transparency. From a regulatory

perspective, the UN Environment

Assembly meetings call for a global

framework and legally binding rules

on chemicals and waste, marine

plastics, litter and microplastics.

“These issues merge [for the public]

because they don’t make the

distinctions that we make in our

industry,” she added. Unless the

industry views this as an opportunity

to find solutions and looks at ways it

can be more transparent and

communicate more effectively with

the public, regulatory pressures will

force global agreements.

Frank Michel, Executive Director of

the ZDHC Foundation – which aims to

tackle the issue of hazardous

chemicals in the global textile, leather

and footwear market – agreed.

“There must be rigorous

transparency because, if the public

has a sense that the industry is hiding

something, there will be mistrust.

Perception is not scientifically based.”

He believes that regional legislation is

not the strongest instrument the

industry has; instead, consumer

goods manufacturers that demand

ingredients that “go beyond the

legislation” will make the industry

much stronger, because it will control

a global supply chain. But, added

John Ortiz, director of Product

Stewardship at HP, Spain, product

manufacturers need help from the

chemical industry to ensure no toxic

chemicals go into products and to

give them the longest life possible.

Ways forward

What we’re neglecting today – and

what we’ve not done enough of in the

SAICM process – is sharing

information, Csilla asserted. A lot of

information has been collected on

chemicals in systems in the EU,

Canada and US. But, originally,

SAICM wanted to act as a “clearing

house” for that type of information

and make sure the regulatory

authorities in developing countries

would have access to them. “That

clearly hasn’t happened – there’s

been no concerted effort,” she said. A

way forward from here would be to

take the EU Echa and Iuclid

databases, combine them with

information in other databases and

feed all of this into the existing OECD

eChemPortal, and make it available

to all.”

Another step in the right direction

is to push for a truly circular economy,

Marco Mensink, Cefic Director

General, told delegates at the

conference. “Circularity is key. We

have a vast resource in Europe that

we’re not using today: waste. Make

Europe the Bangladesh of the world

and recycle every ship we have. Why

not massively invest in chemical

recycling?” he asked. “Chemical

recycling will take care of a number

of legacy chemicals that we don’t

know what to do with.”

And the industry should look to

integrate its operations with other

sectors – such as BASF’s ‘Verbund’

principle. He gave the example of

steel production, where waste gases

could become a feedstock for

chemical companies.

GCO II: Action steps

identified

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develop effective

management systems

use lifecycle approaches

bring knowledge to decisionmakers

mobilise resources

strengthen corporate

governance

enhance global commitment

assess and communicate

hazards

educate and innovate

assess and manage risks

foster transparency

Contact:

Judy Jackson

Events Director

Chemical Watch

Tel: +44 (0)1743 818292

E-mail:

judy.jackson@chemicalwatch.com

Website: www.chemicalwatch.com

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NICHE MATERIALS

A source for

innovation

Finding the right supplier for chemical intermediates and ingredients can accelerate

business success. Biopharma Business Specialist Dr Dave Evans of NiCHe Materials

explains the criteria to successfully source hard-to-find or commercially unavailable

reagents and the advantages of using specialist procurement professionals to

navigate this challenging network.

The sourcing of raw materials for

chemical manufacturing is critical

across all markets. Ensuring a

successful material supply chain

strategy requires businesses to fully

understand market developments. As

new and existing products evolve in

the marketplace, businesses must

understand the need to procure raw

materials at various stages in the

development cycle of a product. The

supply chain landscape is in continual

flux, as companies that manufacture

chemicals are created, merged or

replaced in parallel with the evolution

of materials and processes in various

sectors. Adding to the challenge are

the enduring changes in regulatory

and legal requirements – plus the

logistics in moving chemicals from

one country to another.

As chemical manufacturing

processes become more rigorous and

attuned to meet targets of economy,

Dr Dave Evans, Biopharma

Business Specialist,

NiCHe Materials

Over the last ten years there has been a push to optimise sourcing

activities for chemical raw materials

sustainability and address the ‘green’

agenda, so industries have moved to

sound planning to manage and

resolve the complexity of these

business-critical challenges.

Reducing time and costs are

important drivers when sourcing

material, whether it be for bulk raw

material supply or regulatory starting

materials. In today’s risky and

complicated supply chain

environment, contract research

organisations (CROs) and contract

manufacturing organisations (CMOs)

materials sourcing is a far from

trivial process. The supply chain has

a plethora of raw material

producers, some with a sole market

focus and others providing a

universal toolbox of reagents to meet

various sector challenges.

Furthermore, producers will

specialise in various aspects of the

raw materials they supply. Such

factors will include quantity required,

grade of material, purity, supporting

data (critical when a client has a

certain specification) and utility.

Over the last ten years there has

been a push to optimise sourcing

activities for chemical raw materials,

advanced intermediates and active

pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs)

across manufacturing sectors

including pharmaceutical,

biotechnology, veterinary,

microbiology, OLED and electronics.

Correct, diligent management of the

supply chain is critical for effective

commercial operations and to ensure

customers’ diverse and increasingly

complex needs are met.

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Multi-sourcing can help a company grow

Cultivating dependable

relationships with suppliers ensures

reliability in the ongoing supply of

chemical materials and dependability

in ensuring project timelines are

routinely met. The latter can directly

impact a client further up its own

supply chains. Effective partnerships

create tangible key performance

indicators (KPIs) such as safety,

health and environmental

management (SHE), ‘quality on time,

in full’ production and delivery.

Conversely, if managed improperly,

ineffective sourcing can result in

supply chain interruptions and, at

worst, create delays to

manufacturing, which results in

unexpected expenses, negative

productivity and potential quality

control (QC) issues.

Today, manufacturers and

developers alike devise business

production contingency plans. These

provide an overview of planning and

direct actions to be taken in the event

of random catastrophic events

resulting in the disruption of normal

operating capabilities. Despite the

industry being highly regulated,

untoward incidents do occur that

affect manufacturers and have a

knock-on effect to the consumer. The

purpose of the plan is to ensure

business continuity during and

following any critical incident. Central

to this are guidelines pertaining to the

supply security of key, strategic raw

materials from a number of suppliers

to allow manufacturing to continue.

Such random events do occur and

none more poignant than the major

explosion in Jiangsu, China in March

2019, where there was significant loss

of life and over 50 small chemical

manufacturing plants instantly laid to

waste. For businesses reliant/singlesourced

upon any one of these

unfortunate CMOs for their supply

chain, the consequences were dire.

Multi-sourcing/lost source

strategies

How can companies de-risk projects?

Smart business is to embark on a

multi-sourcing strategy whenever

possible for each manufacturing

project, because relying on one

supplier for key, strategic raw

materials is inherently risky.

NiCHe Materials has regularly

encountered clients that have

sourced chemicals over many years,

only to find them unexpectedly

deleted or the specification changed.

The company aims to solve

immediate dilemmas, where

operations have ceased at the client

due to the lost source upon which it

has relied. NiCHe’s solution is to

identify new producers that meet the

identical specification to the lost

source material but also to offer multisourcing

options. It is embedded in

the philosophy of multi-sourcing and

it investigates and offers multi-source

options (where possible) for each new

client project.

A tailored option is to source

material from the same supplier but

from different manufacturing facilities

(separated geographically).

Advancing the control measures

further, a client may stipulate that

alternative manufacturers of the

chemical must adhere to the same

process, raw material ingredients

and QC testing to that of its current

source. NiCHe Materials has

delivered bespoke solutions to such

requests over nine years of successful

operations. NiCHe is fully sensitive to

confidentiality concerns and, when

necessary, instigates non-disclosure

agreement contracts between client,

supplier(s) and the company.

Unsurprisingly, multi-sourcing can

help a company grow, because

having more than one supplier

ensures a company is able to keep

up with increasing customer demand

if a product or process increases in

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capacity. Furthermore, multi-sourcing

allows a manufacturer to remain

competitive on cost and abreast

of new supplier partners entering

the network.

Contrary to expectations, it does

not cost twice as much to approve two

alternative suppliers at the start of a

project. The QC and validation for all

chemicals is the same.

Specialist procurement companies

How can companies source ‘the

impossible’?

For manufacturers looking for

chemical raw materials that are

commercially unavailable, it is

sensible to engage a specialist

procurement partner such as NiCHe

Materials at the project onset. With a

truly global reach, NiCHe works with

over 100 manufacturing partners to

provide a transparent approach to

source and supply hard-to-find or

commercially unavailable chemicals.

With manufacturing partners across

various specialist chemical sectors,

working under quality regimes, it can

source off-the-shelf solutions. If one

cannot be found, it handles

identification and qualification of a

partner toll manufacturer and

manages the process to the point

of delivery.

Phase-appropriate sourcing

solutions

Can NiCHe deliver ambitions

of scale?

The needs and objectives for

chemical raw material sourcing differ

from early R&D through to

pilot/commercial. In the initial R&D

phase, the objective is simply to find

and secure enough quantity of

materials of the required quality to

produce the target product. As the

product moves through development,

it then becomes necessary to

establish a sustained supply of the

chemical to the agreed specification

and quality. The scale-up phase can

present problems for the developer.

Chemical raw materials are no

longer the commodity chemicals of

old. Many scientific sectors now rely

on chemical raw materials of

increasing complexity, driven by the

evolution of ever more diverse

pharmaceutical and specialist sector

applications. The vast majority of

early phase developers look to the big

five global catalogue companies to

A microbiological cell culture for use in

diagnostic tests

identify and source small volume

quantities of chemicals from the

abundance of available raw

materials. This approach is

expedient, as opposed to strategic.

While this approach is perfect for

proof-of-concept work or one-off

projects, if chemical raw materials

are required in larger quantities it will

invariably require custom

manufacture from a source far

removed from the tried and tested

resources of catalogue supply.

Therefore, a key question for

developers in the early phase is

the availability of chemical raw

materials that are both scale- and

phase-appropriate.

The jump from a few grams to a

kilogram of a complex chemical is

significant. Some precursors are

available in small quantities but often

they need to be custom produced for

scale-up. Consistently, there is a

parallel need for unconventional or

expensive reagents in order to

prepare these precursors and they

themselves may also need to be

custom-prepared.

Consequently, practical, scalable

syntheses of complex raw and

starting materials must be developed.

For a ‘bespoke’ synthetic route to a

complex chemical the contributory

starting materials must be adequately

characterised in order to determine

attributes (purity, percentage content,

impurities present). A series of critical

user tests are then applied to study

and correlate against the material

performance. This challenge is

usually surmountable in the early

stages of chemical development and

manufacturing. However, as the need

arises to develop a process capable

of providing increasing quantities of

material, so the level of

understanding of contributing

process factors increases.

At this stage of production, NiCHe

would advocate undertaking a design

of experiment (DOE) study, which

determines the relationship between

factors affecting a process and the

output. These are used to find causeand-effect

relationships of each of the

variables such as raw materials,

molar equivalence ratios,

temperature and time. The outputs

will help dictate and manage process

inputs to optimise the output, such as

yield and quality of the complex

chemical. Naturally, during this stage

contributing factors such as a reliable

supply chain and cost of goods

(COGs) are factors that must be

confronted and addressed.

Responsible procurement – sourcing

GMP chemicals

Over the last decade there has been

a concerted move within the fine

chemical, pharmaceutical and

biotechnology sectors to outsource

The needs and

objectives for chemical

raw material sourcing

differ from early R&D

through to

pilot/commercial

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pre-clinical and scale-up

manufacturing through preferred

partners.

Clients must take care in specifying

the standard of materials they wish to

source. For example, in the

biopharma industry, ‘GMP’ is a

generic term. There are many

different GMP standards under that

heading such as API, food grade and

USP quality. A GMP chemical

designed to meet API quality may well

be over-engineered for a biopharma

process. The chemical may exceed

the client’s specification, which will

add unnecessary cost and time. The

best option is to establish the desired

quality for each chemical in each

process and align working with

proven preferred suppliers to identify

the chemical grade with the best fit.

This assists in a balance between

quality and cost.

For cGMP (as mandated by the US

FDA), supplier qualification ensures

fully compliant audit and process

controls throughout the supply chain,

where suppliers readily share data

about their manufacturing

procedures.

The supply of GMP grade materials

to manufacturing clients presents a

complex sourcing challenge. NiCHe

Materials is able to apply decades of

sector knowledge to meet the

regulatory challenges of sourcing

such materials. It is able to navigate

the qualification of suppliers – to

deliver reliably, at a very high level of

quality, so that safe and effective

products can be created by its clients.

A major challenge

is to ensure

supply chain

transparency

Western versus worldwide sourcing?

In NiCHE’s experience, clients may

request a chemical should be of

‘western origin’. These clients have

various preconceptions concerning

quality, lead-times and availability

from emerging economies. NiCHe

believes this is an overreaction and

can often lead to supply chain

fulfilment problems. While it is

relatively easy to source small

quantities of key components for fine

chemical and pharmaceutical

manufacturing from western sources,

it is not the case for biological and

biopharma processes. Most of the

world’s supply of bio-based raw

materials (amino acids, sugars, buffer

salts, natural products) originate in

China. Some of these reagents are

routinely supplied to the global

catalogue companies, because they

meet its necessary criteria for quality.

Therefore, eschewing a source of

supply from that region is a

misconception that will ultimately

result in delays and real supply chain

issues. The solution is to identify

reliable manufacturing partners in

this region, which can be a real

challenge due to the large number of

companies fronted by third party

commercial exporters.

It is a common perception that

sourcing chemicals from countries

such as China is driven by

economics; that the cost of an

advanced raw material will be

cheaper than the equivalent Western

suppliers. While there are numerous

examples where this is the case, there

are many that are not. Take, for an

example, a request for an advanced

raw material in which the starting

components are not available

domestically. For a Chinese

CRO/CMO this would entail the

import of these materials,

manufacture and export, with duties

and shipping contributing to the

overall costs. In NiCHe’s experience,

EU sources have proven to be

significantly cheaper in some

projects. The sourcing of such

materials depends very much upon

the chemistry to be undertaken and

the infrastructure at the manufacturer

wherever they are located.

One of the western market trends

is a paradigm shift from batch

manufacturing to continuous flow

chemistry. The pharmaceutical and

biopharma sectors are very much

entrenched in this mode of production

and embracing automation, moving

away from traditional modes of

manufacturing. This brings cost

benefits in product supply from

increases of up to 30% productivity.

The future – biopharma and the

environment

Today, more so than in any other

scientific sector, the increased

globalisation of healthcare has

transformed access to new

efficacious medicines and treatments.

Innovation provides powerful new

tools to fight the epidemics of the

future. Aligned alongside the rapid

growth in healthcare is a new

discipline of pharmacoecomonics

and sustainability – the ability for all

nations to access and afford new

medicines but with a responsibility for

manufacturers to preserve natural

resources and manufacture in an

ethical manner with minimal

environmental impact locally

and globally.

Consumers are becoming more

conscious of the choices available in

the market and manufacturers are

seeking out suppliers with credible

environment-conscious processes,

good manufacturing practices and

eco-friendly products. For

manufacturers looking to source raw

materials from suppliers in emerging

markets, a major challenge is to

ensure supply chain transparency.

Much has been said about the

promise of the personalised medicine

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Case Study 2

The biopharma sector is evolving exponentially

revolution since the completion of the

human genome project in 2003. It

provides unprecedented knowledge

of the underlying genetic basis of

disease. Over the past decade,

advances in nucleic acid-based

therapies have been remarkable,

Case Study 1

A global pharmaceutical

company approached NiCHe

Materials for a high purity iron

derivative, after samples from

over 20 sources had failed.

NiCHe presented a supplier with

the potential to scale-up and

met planned project

requirements. In 2014, it

presented the company with a

50kg trial sample. The following

year, it provided a one tonne lot.

For the subsequent three years,

it provided five tonne lots each

year.

Since the start of the project,

NiCHe has not missed a

deadline, offers a ‘dual source’

from the same supplier and has

maintained prices since the

start of the project (despite

being in a sole-supplier

position).

providing treatments for serious

diseases that have had few or even

no satisfactory therapeutic options.

Gene therapy and antisense

oligonucleotide drugs act at the

genetic level. Oligonucleotides such

as Spinraza provide an advanced

mode of treatment in diseases such as

spinal muscular atrophy. The cost,

however, is exorbitant (£0.53 million for

the first year alone), which is a point of

debate around pharmacoethics as to

whether it is affordable. What is

certain is that with the evolution of

state-of-the-art drugs such as antisense

oligonucleotides, CAR-T cell

therapy, gene editing via CRISPR-

NiCHe was approached by a

global pharmaceutical company

for an urgent project to source a

bromodichlorobenzene

derivative within 2 weeks. NiCHe

presented a bespoke material,

all within the client’s ideal

timeline. The manufacturer

needed to be in a position to

offer over 100kg within two

weeks and scale-up potentially

to tonnage requirements.

NiCHe presented a

manufacturing partner with a

history of production at scale,

plus raw materials in stock, to

meet the initial order quantity

and lead time. It agreed a

bespoke grade with the client

with two key isomeric impurities

identified /removed from the

batch.

NiCHe has delivered three

orders of over 100kg batches

since the start of the project, all

within project expectations and

at a cost of less than 30% that of

competitors.

Cas9 and the promise of antibody

drug conjugates (ADCs) in oncology,

there will always be a demand for

high quality, high purity advanced

materials. The biopharma sector is

evolving exponentially and specialist

suppliers such as NiCHe Materials

are already positioned to assist on

that drug development journey.

Contact:

Dr. David Evans

BioPharma Business Specialist

or

Mike Norman

CEO & Founder

NiCHe Materials Ltd

Tel: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

Email:

dave.evans@nichematerials.com

Email:

mike.norman@nichematerials.com

Website: www.nichematerials.com

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F2 CHEMICALS

A formula for

fluorine

F2 Chemicals Ltd specialises in the handling of fluorine gas. It is a whollyowned

subsidiary of Showa Denko KK, with an annual turnover of around

£9 million. It has 43 employees, on a single site, near Preston in the UK.

Fluorine is the most chemically

reactive element in the periodic

table and must be handled with

extreme care. But it is also one of

the most useful, with applications

spanning energy, cosmetics,

pharmaceutical, construction

and more.

UK-based F2 Chemicals has spent

over 20 years working with the

substance. The company has on-site

fluorine cells and manufactures it on

demand, refining its perfluorocarbons

production process, developing new

and novel products, and using its

extensive expertise in handling it to

assist customers with their research

requirements. In addition to its

industrial facilities, it has pilot and

research sized equipment and has

worked with many companies over the

years to develop products and test

systems on their behalf.

The company uses its ability to

manufacture fluorine to create a wide

range of high purity perfluorocarbons.

Their properties include excellent

thermal stability, chemical inertness,

electrical resistivity and gas solubility.

They are also non-toxic and nonflammable.

These ‘Flutec fluids’ are

specialist performance fluids that can

be used in a wide range of industries

that includes, among others: oil, gas

and atmospheric tracing, building

management, semiconductor

manufacture, cosmetics, medical

applications, and dielectric fluids for

cooling high powered electronics.

The unusual properties of

fluorinated perfluorocarbons have

attracted numerous sectors and some

of the applications highlighted over

the last few years include coin

Cell room

assaying, weather mapping balloons,

paper preservation, motion sensors,

identifying stolen diesel, wound

healing within a veterinary

environment, replacement for divining

in cable leak detection, and tracking

counterfeit bank notes.

The company also has the

technology to carry out selective direct

fluorination, using elemental fluorine

and organic compounds. It can

manufacture SF5 compounds and

fluorinated ketoesters, both of which

have important functions as

pharmaceutical intermediates and

other products.

A 20-year journey

F2 Chemicals was established as

BNFL Fluorochemicals Ltd in 1992 as a

diversification business belonging to

British Nuclear Fuels, to develop a

chemical business based on BNFL’s

fluorine generation expertise. It

established a research and

development (R&D) programme in

collaboration with the University of

Durham and Leicester to develop

selective direct fluorination technology

for utilising fluorine as a fluorinating

agent for the production of organic

compounds. The following year, the

company acquired the Flutec

perfluorocarbon fluids business from

Rhône-Poulenc and constructed a new

production plant in Preston, UK. In

2000, it sold the company to a

consortium of Asahi Glass Company,

Mitsubishi Corporation and Mitena

SpA. In the same year, it received FDA

pre-approval audit for the

manufacture of cGMP

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perfluorobutane. In 2008, Showa

Denko acquired the company and, in

2014, its fluorine generation capacity

was extended. Three years ago,

production was expanded to

manufacture octafluoropropane.

F2 Chemicals is fully compliant

with the EU’s REACH Regulation and

is the lead registrant for several

perfluorocarbons – all those that it

produces in quantities over one tonne

a year. As a UK-based company, it

has prepared for Brexit, putting in

place stringent precautions should

the UK leave the EU without a deal. It

has appointed Chementors as its

Only Representative to hold all its

REACH registrations, conditional on a

no-deal Brexit.

Flutec liquids and gases

Flutec liquids and gases are a

trademarked product range of F2

Chemicals and the most important

part of its business. They are

perfluorocarbons (or, more technically,

perfluoroalkanes), which are saturated

compounds composed only of carbon

and fluorine, manufactured via the

Fowler process – in other words, the

fluorination of a substrate mediated by

cobalt fluoride at high temperature. “As

chemicals, these materials are quite

boring,” a spokesperson for the

company says, “they just do not do

anything! Actually they can be reduced

by alkali metals in some situations, but

it is their physical properties that make

them so fascinating.”

Very strong intramolecular bonds

Perfluorocarbons are extremely

stable, due to the high bond strength

of the carbon-fluorine bond. This

becomes more pronounced in fullyfluorinated

compounds, as the carbon

skeleton becomes more electrondepleted.

The carbon-carbon bond is

also stronger and this is further

enhanced by the protective sheath of

fluorine atoms – attacking molecules

just cannot reach the enclosed

carbon atoms.

Bond

H-CH 3 431

F-CH 3 452

F-CF 3 523

CH 3 -CH 3 368

CF 3 -CF 3 406

Dissociation

energy (kJ/mol)

This all adds up to a molecule that

is resistant to both strong acids and

strong bases, to strong oxidisers and

strong reducers. In addition,

perfluorocarbons are typically stable

to over 400°C.

Very weak intermolecular bonds

While the bonds within the compound

are very strong, the bonds between

them are very weak.

Perfluorocarbons are non-polar, but

the enclosing fluorine atoms have a

further effect that makes the

molecules repel each other, to some

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F2 CHEMICALS

degree. This has a number of

implications, such as a very low latent

heat of evaporation – these

substances evaporate fast.

Perhaps of more interest is that they

are not miscible with most solvents,

even some non-polar solvents such as

toluene and ethyl acetate. This means

they will form a third phase in systems

with such solvents and water. They are

also good solvents for gases.

Liquid

ml per

100 ml

mole fraction

x105

Water 1.6 1.2

Ethanol 14.6 35.7

Acetone 17.7 54.2

Toluene 12.2 54.1

Cyclohexane 18.5 77.3

Flutec PP1 44.2 370.3

Flutec PP6 30.3 301

The ability to dissolve gases has

led to perfluorocarbons being trialled

in a number of medical applications.

Back in the sixties, US biochemist

Leland Clark showed that a mouse

could breathe while totally submerged

in a perfluorocarbon, getting oxygen

dissolved in the liquid, an experiment

repeated in the film, The Abyss (1989).

Plasma etching

Octafluoropropane (also known as

Flutec PP30, perfluoropropane, R218

or just 218) is used extensively by the

semiconductor industry in etching

processes and chemical vapour

Cobalt reactor

deposition (CVD) chamber cleaning to

remove dielectric film build up.

In a plasma with oxygen, it

generates a variety of reactive species

that break down chemical deposits on

the silicon wafer surface, converting

the impurities to volatile products that

are readily removed under vacuum.

Its cleaning effect is comparable to

that of hexafluoroethane (C2F6), but

with significantly lower gas usage (up

to 50%), offering important economic

and environmental advantages.

F2 Chemicals commissioned a new

pressure distillation unit in 2018,

greatly increasing its

octafluoropropane capacity and

enabling the company to offer it to a

purity specification of 99.99+%.

It currently produces over 100

tonnes of octafluoropropane a year for

the electronics industry, making it the

world’s number one supplier.

Cooling

The primary driver behind most

applications is how inert

perfluorocarbons are. For example, as

a coolant, they can be used with

nearly any material of construction, in

temperatures up to about 400°C. This

has led to them being used in high

specification applications, including

military and space exploration.

They are also resistant to radiation.

F2 Chemicals' perfluorocarbons are

used to cool the Large Hadron

Collider at CERN, at the forefront of

science. Octafluoropropane is used

for evaporative cooling of the ATLAS

detector in a thermosiphon, while

perfluoro-2-methylpentane is used as

the medium for ring-imaging

Cherenkov (RICH) detectors.

Their high dielectric strength and

resistivity (typically 20 kV/mm and

10 15 Ωm respectively) allows them to

be used to cool electronics directly. In

other words, the liquid is in direct

contact with the chips and contacts,

giving much better cooling efficiency.

Medical

Perfluorocarbons are biologically

inert, making them suitable for

medical applications.

High density makes

perfluorodecalin and perfluoro-noctane

ideal as tamponades for

retina reattachment. Conversely the

gaseous octafluoropropane can be

used in the reverse orientation (where

the patient is facing downwards

rather than up). Either way, the

perfluorocarbon is injected directly

into the eye. The company's material

has been used in over a million such

operations in India alone.

They also find use in nanomedicine

as contrast image agents;

the encapsulated perfluorocarbon

gas enhances the quality of

ultrasound images, helping to identify

tumours and blockages. The image on

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A CASE STUDY

The pharmaceutical Voriconazole (Pfizer's V-FEND) is

the worldwide best-selling systemic, antifungal agent.

The 5-fluoropyrimidinone sub-unit was originally

manufactured by a multi-step, resource-intensive route.

However, the chemistry developed at Durham by F2

Chemicals offered the opportunity to replace this with

an efficient two-step process.

The technology was transferred to the F2 Chemicals

site at Preston and the process developed for

commercial scale, providing material used through all

the clinical trial, launch and commercialisation periods.

Between 2008 and 2013, sales of V-FEND totalled

US$4.65 billion, offering anti-fungal relief to countless

people across the world, especially those with

weakened immune systems. F2 Chemicals is continuing

to supply this vital intermediate.

the screen becomes much clearer

when the contrast image agent

reaches the target organ. This

technology has been commercialised

by a major pharmaceutical company.

Their ability to dissolve gases has

led to trials in artificial blood (or, more

technically, artificial erythrocytes) and

liquid breathing. Of particular note is

their use to distend the lungs of

premature babies suffering with

congential diaphragmatic hernias

(though, in that case, the blood is

oxygenated externally).

Other possible applications include

wound healing, islet preservation,

Pressure distillation unit

reduction of post-surgical adhesions

and therapeutic hypothermia. F2

Chemicals believes they’ve been tried

on all parts of the human body.

Cosmetics

Arguably related to medical

applications, its perfluorocarbons,

under the Flutec PC range, are also

used in cosmetics, when a third phase

can enhance emulsion formation.

They are said to give a unique

emollient feel, to enhance softness and

smoothness of the skin, and even to

provide oxygenation to the skin, which

is particularly useful in products used

after laser resurfacing treatments.

Tracers

Perfluorocarbons do not occur naturally

– if you find them, they have been

deliberately put there – and they can

be detected at extremely low levels, as

low as parts per quadrillion, making

them extremely useful as tracers.

The Flutec TG-Tracer range is used

in industrial applications that include

gas field surveying, integrity testing of

storage tanks and leak detection for

underground oil-filled electricity

cables. Our tracers are also used in

environmental building plans, weather

mapping, pollution tracking and antiterrorist

planning.

Flutec tracers have clear

advantages over radioactive tracers

as they are completely safe to handle.

F2 Chemicals offers a range of

tracers, allowing multiple release sites

to be used concurrently.

Selective direct fluorination

Outside of perfluorocarbons, F2

Chemicals has established expertise

in the selective fluorination of

organic substrates.

The use of elemental fluorine gas in

chemical synthesis was long regarded

as impractical because fluorine is too

reactive to be used in a controlled

manner. Working against this view,

however, research in the 1990s at

Durham University and sponsored by

F2 Chemicals Ltd indicated that

selective fluorination was a real

possibility. It was shown that a range

of aliphatic, dicarbonyl, aromatic,

heteroaromatic, heterocyclic, steroid

and carbohydrate derivatives could be

synthesised, and the mechanism of

these processes was investigated.

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What the

future holds

Charlotte Niemiec looks at how the chemical industry landscape is

expected to shift dramatically in the next five to ten years. With more

emphasis on sustainability and the ‘circular economy’, unprecedented

growth in Asia, digital advances, regulatory changes and geopolitical

turmoil, the industry is facing new challenges in a changing world.

The concept of the ‘circular economy’

is set to become a major driver of

change for chemicals companies over

the next decade. In recent years,

increased public scrutiny on pollution

and waste – and calls from both

consumers and the government for

‘greener’ manufacturing – is all but

forcing companies to reassess their

manufacturing methods, waste

disposal and recycling.

The European Chemical Industry

Council (Cefic) says the drive towards

a circular economy is likely to lead to

a significant change for European

chemical companies. “The circular

economy seeks to replace today’s

linear, ‘take-make-dispose’ approach

to resources – where many materials

are made into products, the products

are used, and then the materials are

thrown out,” it says. “Ideally, in a

circular economy, the materials are

cycled constantly back through the

value chain for reuse, resulting in less

energy and resource consumption.”

It believes it is up to the EU to lead

the way. “Circularity is key,” Marco

Mensink, Cefic Director General told a

Chemical Watch conference in his

keynote address in March. “We have a

vast resource in Europe that we’re not

using today: waste. Make Europe the

Bangladesh of the world and recycle

every ship we have. Why not massively

invest in chemical recycling?”

The Council warns that, if chemical

companies want to counter the

potential adverse impact of the “reuse

loop”, they will have to collaborate

more closely with companies that

work directly with end-consumers. The

ability to create products that are

suitable for multiple reuse loops will

depend on effective innovation

partnerships, with the chemical

industry contributing materials with

advanced properties.

But it will take time (between 35 and

60 years) to achieve Cefic’s vision of a

truly circular economy, and there will

be positive and negative implications.

Enabling the circular economy in

downstream sectors could drive a shift

from volume to value, in the long run, it

says. The “circulation of molecules”

concept will require an entirely new

infrastructure of reverse logistics – far

beyond what is available today with,

for example, plastics recycling. But the

circular economy might open up new

business model opportunities, in

areas such as chemical leasing and

the control and management of

molecule-circulating loops. And, as

demand and profits shift to different

products, companies will have to

explore ways of moving into markets

closer to the end customer, and to

collaborate more closely with original

equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in

order to generate growth.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Numerous reports point to

digitalisation as the next big driver for

the chemical industry. The ‘Fourth

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“Numerous reports point to

digitalisation as the next big

driver for the chemical industry.

The ‘Fourth Industrial

Revolution’ or Industry 4.0”

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Industrial Revolution’ or Industry 4.0,

as it is dubbed, will bring in new

disruptive technology that a Deloitte

report last year concluded would be a

“significant driver” in the years to

come. “Every chemical manufacturer

should at least monitor digital trends,

both within its industry, as well as

across the value chain,” the report

says. Key technologies include

blockchain, additive manufacturing,

software, drones, machine learning,

artificial intelligence and cloud

computing. The shift to Industry 4.0

means the ability to adopt and

integrate digital and physical

technologies to improve operations,

become more productive, grow and

innovate, Deloitte says. It is

“revolutionary” because it enables

organisations to capture data from the

physical world, analyse it digitally and

drive informed action back in the

physical world. This continuous and

cyclical flow of information, known as

the physical-to-digital-to-physical loop,

enables companies to react in real

time to shifts in the ecosystem. It also

helps them to use the mass of

collected data to begin to recognise

patterns, simulate and model potential

future scenarios, and learn and even

predict future shifts.

Indeed, data is key. With vast

amounts of data collected by

international regulatory bodies on

chemicals, including risk assessment

and toxicology results, global storage

and universal accessibility could

facilitate data sharing, which is one

aspect of chemicals management

experts have flagged that needs

improvement. Automation is another

area where companies are likely to

see efficiencies, along with machine

learning that reduces the amount of

time spent on repetitive tasks.

East versus West

As the world’s largest chemical

industry, changes made in China

often drive changes elsewhere. USbased

consulting firm McKinsey &

Company predicts that, over the next

ten years: “The long-heralded shift of

the chemical industry’s centre of

gravity to Asia will actually take place.

As much as Western players have

tried to prepare themselves for this

development, many still have only a

limited grasp of what this will mean

and the mindset shifts required to face

the fact that they will move from the

centre of the industry to its sidelines.

The historical track record of

multinational companies in China and

other Asian countries has been mixed

at best. At some point, they will need

to consider much closer partnerships

with Chinese players to grab hold of

one of the last opportunities to

become an insider in what will be the

largest chemical market. There may

be a fit here with the interests of local

companies: as Chinese players grasp

the opportunities for consolidation in

their home and expansion globally,

they may value access not just to

Western companies’ technology but

also to their successful business

approaches.”

Nevertheless, the industry has

recently seen a trend towards

“reshoring” from China and India

back to the West. Partly, this is due to

unexpected inspections and

shutdowns in China as it begins to

take a tougher stance on industry, but

Western companies are also

becoming more cost-competitive.

Chemical accidents have a significant

knock-on effect for companies

sourcing from China and, this year

alone, chemical accidents have hit the

headlines. In March, an explosion at

Jiangsu Tianjiayi Chemical Company –

which killed 78 people and injured 600

– shut down plants in the local area.

Some industry experts expect this to

lead to reconsideration of the

country’s chemical regulations and a

more stringent inspection programme.

Regulatory pressure

The EU chemical industry has now

completed arguably the most

ambitious data collection programme

to date. The final deadline for

registration under the EU’s

Registration, Evaluation and

Authorisation of Chemicals (REACH)

Regulation was 31st May last year. In

total, the European Chemicals Agency

(ECHA) received dossiers for 11,114

substances and it has started

evaluating substances. But the

agency has urged companies to

remember that this does not mean

REACH is over – companies must

continue to update dossiers and

comply with any new rules

established by the agency.

Another regulation generating a

buzz in the EU is the Classification,

Labelling and Packaging (CLP)

Regulation, which requires companies

placing hazardous mixtures on the EU

market to provide information about

them to member state poison centres.

The first deadline of 1 January 2020

applies to substances placed on the

market specifically for consumer use.

And the biocidal products and

medical devices regulations are also

causing a headache for some. A

major issue on the horizon for REACH,

according to global intelligence

provider, Chemical Watch, is the

registration of nanomaterials and

nanopowders. Revised dossier

requirements for nanomaterials will

come into force in January 2020 and

will require manufacturers and

companies marketing powders to

undertake characterisation and

investigate whether nanomaterials are

present or not.

Outside the EU, the revised TSCA

regulation in the US is having an

impact. The law, enacted in June 2016,

brings new scrutiny to chemicals

considered ‘high risk’ and puts the

pressure on industry to find less toxic

alternatives. One immediate impact of

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TSCA was a significant delay in premanufacturing

notice (PMN)

approvals, which prevents companies

from moving forward.

China’s current overarching

national chemicals regulation, Decree

591, is being overhauled and is set to

be replaced with the Regulation on

the Evaluation and Control of

Chemical Substances. For the first

time, this will require registration of

existing substances in the country and

represents an enormous step change

from the current rules, which require

registration only of new chemicals.

Although the government is still

working on the finer details of the

regulation, the draft version available

to industry suggests it will apply to all

chemical substances including

pharmaceuticals, pesticides and

cosmetics, with few exemptions.

Brexit: the business impact

The UK’s decision to leave the EU is

having a considerable effect on

businesses. While the timing of the

UK’s departure is not assured – and

whether it leaves with or without a

deal remains to be seen – chemicals

companies are naturally eager to

minimise any disruption to trade

before and after the withdrawal date.

Many have put contingency plans in

place to ensure a smooth flow of

goods post-Brexit. One of the issues at

stake is how the EU’s REACH

Regulation will continue to work. With

recent confirmation of a UK REACH

Regulation, which will transpose the

EU Regulation into UK law, this has

helped to put some minds at rest.

Cefic and the Chemical Industries

Association (CIA) have jointly stressed

that companies should also consider

other aspects of REACH compliance

and other chemical regulations, such

as the CLP Regulation, the Biocidal

Products Regulation (BPR) and Prior

Informed Consent (PIC) Regulation.

Cefic has warned that UK chemicals

will be subject to WTO tariffs of up to

6.5% in the event of a no-deal Brexit

and that these will apply for products

being transferred to a subsidiary of

the same company – in other words,

one that may be in the EU. The two

organisations have published a

myriad of literature and guidance on

how chemicals companies can

operate before and after the

departure date.

It is hoped that, whether or not the

UK leaves with or without a deal, there

will be some agreement reached on

chemicals, aviation and

pharmaceuticals. As Steve Elliot, Chief

Executive of the CIA, put it: “Without

some agreement, the cars don’t run,

the planes don’t fly and the medicines

don’t work.” From this perspective, it is

equally advantageous for the EU to

form a deal with the UK on at least

these ‘big three’ sectors.

In a no-deal scenario, according to

the UK government, companies

registered with REACH would no

longer be able to sell into the European

Economic Area (EEA) market without

transferring their registrations to an

EEA-based organisation. Because of

this, many companies have transferred

their chemical registrations to

companies in the EU and selected Only

Representatives to deal with these on

an ongoing basis. And UK downstream

users currently importing chemicals

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from an EEA country would face new

registration requirements. Under the

UK’s replacement for REACH,

importers would have a duty to register

chemicals. Similarly, UK downstream

users of authorisations would no longer

be able to rely on authorisation

decisions addressed to companies in

the remaining EEA countries.

Pharmaceuticals

Drivers for the pharmaceutical

industry include a continuing trend

towards the use of contract

manufacturing organisations (CMOs)

or contract development and

manufacturing organisations

(CDMOs), in what some are calling

the “golden age” of the CMO. The shift

from continuous manufacturing as

opposed to batch manufacturing is

enjoying an increased focus, and

more and more companies are

focusing on niche specialities as

precision medicine gains traction.

The world-renowned

pharmaceutical event, CPhI, asked 12

industry experts to predict the trends

for its Pharma Outlook 2019. Their

predictions were:

n

n

n

n

big pharma restructuring will

create challenges and

opportunities;

continued M&A activity in the

CMO/CDMO business sector,

driven by a need to consolidate a

highly fragmented business sector;

the year of artificial intelligence

(AI), driven by a need to increase

efficiency and reduce waste;

a paradigm shift in the

management of pharmaceutical

budgets;

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n

n

n

n

n

n

value added medicines – digital

healthcare to the rescue with smart

medical devices taking off;

Industry 4.0 and biopharma.

Biopharma manufacturing is

significantly behind other

advanced manufacturing sectors in

implementing digital technologies,

due to a lack of knowledge on how

best to do so, whether clear value

exists and implementation

challenges, but it must get on

board if it is to succeed;

life cycle management;

robust growth for China’s

biopharma market;

better treatments through a deeper

understanding of patients’ needs;

industry-wide consolidation;

a big year for biosimilar approvals,

with the US FDA expected to

approve a considerable number;

n

and

supergenerics with the potential to

outperform new chemical entities.

Supergenerics offer significantly

shorter development and

regulatory pathways to market

and, with the use of novel

technologies to improve

bioavailability, or to achieve more

convenient or effective routes of

delivery, it is even possible to outperform

new chemical entities.

A ‘natural’ revolution in cosmetics

The drive for more cosmetics in Asia

and the increasing demand for

“natural” cosmetics is continuing to

drive new innovation in the cosmetics

and personal care product industry.

The Asia Pacific cosmetics market is

expected to reach a value of $126.8

billion by 2020, the second largest

market after Europe. In this region

and elsewhere, more and more

health- and environment-conscious

consumers are demanding cosmetics

with so-called “natural” components,

particularly in skin care ranges.

Interestingly, despite this boom, there

is still no regulatory definition across

the globe of what constitutes a natural

cosmetic, although the Natural

Products Association (NPA) offers

certification to cosmetics companies

adhering to its standard that

ingredients must be derived from “a

renewable resource found in nature

(flora, fauna, mineral), with absolutely

no petroleum compounds”. The

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this standard and using them to reformulate

existing products is driving

innovation for cosmetics companies.

Expenditure in Europe alone on R&D

for cosmetics and personal care

products has exceeded €2.35 billion,

according to Cosmetics Europe.

Encouragingly for NGOs,

international clampdowns on animal

testing are also driving the

development of in vitro testing

methods for cosmetic ingredients.

Australia, the EU, Japan and Turkey

have all implemented bans on

cosmetics animal testing, but in

countries such as China, it is still a

requirement to have animal data on

cosmetic ingredients before a product

can be sold on the market. Even this,

though, is changing as more

companies commit to reducing or

banning the use of animal tests and

the government is approving more

non-animal testing methods for use in

the country.

Consolidation in agrochemicals

According to Euromonitor,

agrochemicals demand is continuing

to grow, driven by a global population,

income growth and dietary changes. It

is a global market tagged to reach

$261.9 billion this year. Key drivers

include nitrogen fertiliser production

expansion driven by low feedstock

prices, mostly in the Asia Pacific and

Australia region, with China and

Australia in the lead. The Asia Pacific

region continues to dominate the

global market because of the

increasing demand for food crops

from its key countries such as China

and India.

Consolidation in this industry

continues apace, via acquisitions. In

recent years, this sector has seen

some of the highest value M&As in

history, which have raised public and

industry concern regarding the

danger of monopolies. Examples

include Bayer’s $66 billion takeover of

Monsanto, Dow merging with DuPont

to form a $130 billion company, or

ChemChina’s $43 billion acquisition

of Syngenta.

Rising concern for bees is driving

innovation in pesticides, especially

neonicotinoids, which are under

review in several countries. And

stricter regulations are expected to

open the market for new and safer,

though more expensive, alternatives,

the Euromonitor report notes. An

oversupply in the fertilisers industry is

continuing to build up: driven by the

high prices of fertilisers worldwide,

countries with vast natural resource

supplies are increasing production

capacity, which is leading to

oversupply. Meanwhile, new farming

technologies are boosting the market.

The pesticides market is growing

due to genetic modification (GM) and

organic farming. GM raises demand

for herbicides and cuts the use of

insecticides and fungicides, while

organic farming prohibits chemical

fertilisers, but allows the use of more

expensive biopesticides.

Shale gas boom

The shale gas “boom” has radically

altered the energy game in the US.

With less reliance on China for its

energy and considerably lower energy

prices for industry, it is a lucrative

driver of innovation. A UN report on

shale gas released last year, states

that this success is unlikely to be

replicated elsewhere, although China

is a region to watch. The US Energy

Information Administration (EIA) notes

that China is the largest potential

world shale gas source and the

country is investing significantly in

developing its resources. China’s 13th

Five Year Plan states that natural gas

is expected to reach one tenth of the

energy mix in China by 2020 and this

share is expected to increase to 15%

by 2030. To succeed in this, the

country must develop its infrastructure

and regulatory framework, to ensure

environmentally friendly methods, the

UN report says. In Europe, however,

regulations against fracking and

lower amounts of natural gas hinder

its ability to rely on this source of

energy. In the UK, for instance, the

geology is considerably more

complex than in the US and “drilling

and completion costs for shale wells

are substantially higher,” with public

protests further blocking development.

Contact:

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Editor

Where to Buy Directory

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Email: lotteniemiec@gmail.com

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General and Fine Chemicals

(R+)-2-(4-Chloro-2-

methylphenoxy)propionic

acid – Mecoprop-p

1,2 Octane Diol – Capryl

Glycol

1,5-Pentanediol

2 BROMOISOBUTYRYL

BROMIDE

Nufarm UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1274 691234

F: +44 (0)1274 691176

E: dean.moore@nufarm.com

W: www.nufarm.com

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

1,2,3-Benzotriazole

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

1,6 DIBROMOHEXANE

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

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t: @WeylChem

(S-)-2-Chloropropionic acid

– LCPA (Fractionated)

2 Bromopentane

Nufarm UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1274 691234

F: +44 (0)1274 691176

E: dean.moore@nufarm.com

W: www.nufarm.com

1 BROMO 3

CHLOROPROPANE

Connect Chemicals UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1606 723534

F: +44 (0)1606 723535

E: info-ccuk@connectchemicals.com

W: www.connectchemicals.com

1,4 Butanediol

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

1,6-Hexanediol

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

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t: @WeylChem

2 CHLORBENZALDEHYDE

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

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t: @WeylChem

1,1,1 Trifluoroacetone

1,4-Dioxane

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497 or

0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

1-hydroxycyclohexyl phenyl

ketone

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

2 Chlorobenzoyl Chloride

Chemical Raw Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0)1428 648851

E: info@chemrawmat.co.uk

W: www.chemrawmat.co.uk

1,10-Phenanthroline

anhydrous

1,4-Dithioerythritol

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

1-Methyl Imidazole

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

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t: @WeylChem

2 Chlorobenzyl Chloride

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

1,4-Napthoquinone

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Zanos Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1565 755899

F: +44 (0) 1565 755799

E: info@zanos.co.uk

W: www.zanos.co.uk

t: @zanosltd

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

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2 Chlorotoluene

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

2 COUMARANONE

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

2 Ethyl Hexyl Bromide

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

2,2,2 Trifluoroethanol

Chemical Raw Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0)1428 648851

E: info@chemrawmat.co.uk

W: www.chemrawmat.co.uk

2,2-Dimethoxyethylamine

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

2,2’-(1,4-

Phenylenebis(oxy))bisethan

ol (HQEE)

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

2,4 Dichlorotoluene

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

2,4-Dichlorophenol (IUPAC)

– 2,4-DCP

Nufarm UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1274 691234

F: +44 (0)1274 691176

E: dean.moore@nufarm.com

W: www.nufarm.com

2,4-Pentanedione (Acetyl

Acetone)

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

2,5-THIOPHENEDIYLBIS(5-

TERT-BUTYL-1,3-

BENZOXAZOLE)

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

2,6 Dichlorotoluene

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

2,6-

Dichlorophenolindophenol

sodium salt hydrate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

2-Chloropropionic acid –

ACPA

Nufarm UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1274 691234

F: +44 (0)1274 691176

E: dean.moore@nufarm.com

W: www.nufarm.com

2-Ethyl Hexyl Acrylate

(2EHA)

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

2-Isobutyl Quinoline

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

2-Ketoglutaric Acid

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

2-Ketoglutaric Acid

Monopotassium Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

2-Methyl Quinoline

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

2-Nitrophenyl-beta-Dgalactopyranoside

(ONPG)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

3,3 Dimethylacrylic Acid

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

3,3 DIMETHYLACRYLIC

ACID METHYL ESTER

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

3,3′,5,5′-Tetramethyl

benzidine dihydrochloride

hydrate (TMB)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

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3,3′,5,5′-Tetramethyl

benzidine, free base (TMB)

4 Chloro Benzotrifluoride

4-Hydroxyphenylacetic

Acid

6-8 Secondary Butyl

Quinoline

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

3,3′-Diaminobenzidine

tetrahydrochloride (DAB)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

: @MolekulaGroup

3-Aminophthalhydrazide

(Luminol)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

3-Chloro Perbenzoic Acid

Sholkem Chemie Associates Ltd

T: +44 (0)113 293 2524

F: +44 (0)113 350 3360

E: sholkem@ntlworld.com

W: www.sholkemchemie.com

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

4 Chlorobenzaldehyde

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

4 Chlorobenzoyl Chloride

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

4 Chlorobenzyl Chloride

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

4-Methylumbelliferone

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

4-Nitrophenyl phosphate

disodium salt hexahydrate

(PNPP)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

4-Tertiary butyl Catechol

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

5-Bromo-2′-deoxyuridine

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

6-Chloro-2-Hexanone

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

6-Secondary Butyl

Quinoline

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

7-Amino-4-methylcoumarin

(AMC)

3-Chloroperoxybenzoic

acid (70 – 75%) MCPBA

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

4 Chlorotoluene

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

5-Sulfosalicylic acid

dihydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

ABS Acid

Acros Organics (A Thermo Fisher

Scientific Brand)

T: +32 14 57 52 47

F: +32 14 59 27 44

E: scs.emea@thermofisher.com

W: www.acros.com

4 BROMOANISOLE

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

4 Fluorobenzaldehyde

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

6 Methyl Quinoline

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Accelerators for

Vulcanisation

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

: @WeylChem

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

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ACES (N-(2-Acetamido)-2-

aminoethanesulfonic acid)

Acetone

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Acetic Acid

TRADEBE Chemical

T: +44 (0)1524 853053

F: +44 (0)1524 851284

E: uksales@tradebe.com

W: www.tradebe.co.uk

Acetonitrile

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

Acetic Acid 80% & Various

Dilutions

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Acetic Acid Tech 80%

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

TRADEBE Chemical

T: +44 (0)1524 853053

F: +44 (0)1524 851284

E: uksales@tradebe.com

W: www.tradebe.co.uk

Acetyl Acetone (2,4-

Pentanedione)

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Acriflavine Neutral

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Acrylic & Styrene-Acrylate

Copolymer Emulsions

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Acrylic Acid

For your Personal Care,

Home, Industrial and

Institutional needs,

you can rely on the

Chemlink - Solvay Partnership

www.chemlink.co.uk

See our LabLink page for new

trends & products available

including latest news

TRADEBE Chemical

T: +44 (0)1524 853053

F: +44 (0)1524 851284

E: uksales@tradebe.com

W: www.tradebe.co.uk

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

Chemlink Specialities Ltd

Gladstone House, 26-30 Station Road, Urmston, Manchester, M41 9JQ

Tel No. 0161 629 2129 Fax No. 0161 629 2128 email enquiries@chemlink.co.uk

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Acrylic Resins

ACS Reagents

AdBlue

Adenine

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Acrylic Resins & Emulsions

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E:

mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Active Pharmaceutical

Ingredients (API’s)

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E:

mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

AdBlue – Urea solution of

32.5% ISO22241

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Adenine Sulfate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Acrylic-based

PVC/Pthalate Technology

Replacements

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

ADA (N-(-2-

Acetamido)iminodiacetic

acid)

Yara UK Ltd – Air1

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: charlotte.friggieri@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk/adblue

Additives & Driers

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Adenosine

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Specialist sourcing and supply company to the

Pharmaceutical, Fine Chemicals and Life Science industries

Azure Specialty Chemicals offers hard to find

molecules, rare chemicals and custom synthesis

of known and novel compounds on a gram to

multi-kilogram scale. We provide full traceability

and a transparent approach to sourcing &

procurement and offer storage, custom

packaging and full distribution services.

We are committed to delivering a fast, high

quality service with cost effective solutions

n Advanced Intermediates

n Antibiotics

n Biochemicals

n Cancer Research Products

n Chiral Compounds

n Clinical Diagnostic Reagents

n Custom Fine Chemicals

n Electronic Chemicals

n Fluorescent Dyes & Labels

n Heterobifunctional PEGs

n High Potency Compounds

n Nitrogen & Sulfur Heterocycles

Tel: +44 (0) 7770 983290 Email: enzo.costa@azurechem.com www.azurechem.com

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Adipic Acid

Alcian Blue 8GX (C.I. 74240)

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Alkyd Resins

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Agrochemical

Intermediates

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Alkyl Sulphonic Acid,

Sodium Salt

Chemicals Europe Ltd.

Azure Specialty Chemicals

Limited

T: +44(0) 7770 983 290

E: enzo.costa@azurechem.com

W: www.azurechem.com

Tufail Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0) 208 781 6109

E: exports@tufailgroup.com

W: www.tufailgroup.com

Allantoin

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Agrochemicals

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Allyl Alcohol

UK Contract Chemical Manufacturers

Providing Specialist Chemical Services

Including Chemical Milling and Pelletizing

Synthite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1352 752521

F: +44 (0)1352 700182

E: sananiazi@synthite.co.uk

W: www.synthite.co.uk

Chemical Raw Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0)1428 648851

E: info@chemrawmat.co.uk

W: www.chemrawmat.co.uk

Allyl Bromide

The Protol Group began trading in 1994 as contract chemical manufactures, and has

developed into the current company trading out of Widnes, Cheshire, UK, close to its

original base in Speke, Liverpool. It is a privately owned company providing specialist

chemical services, which can boast an impressive customer list that spans from large

Plc manufacturing companies to small trading houses.

The Company philosophy is to provide the broadest range possible of specialist

chemical services to the market with complete confidentiality. Protol is committed one

hundred percent to contract chemical manufacturing and does not make products of its

own or trade materials directly or indirectly into any market. In this way it avoids any

competitive conflict with its customers and potential customers. Protol is unusual in that

it provides capacity for contract processing of both powders and liquids which many

contractors do not. As a result it can offer "one stop" facilities and avoid the need for

multi-contractor use.

Protol's chemical manufacturing facilities are located in the north west of England

close to Merseyside and Liverpool, John Lennon Airport and the motorway network.

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

As contract chemical manufacturers, Protol like to be considered as a problem solver

for its customers and is happy to tackle any job large or small.

PROTOL COMAR LTD.

Teal Business Park, Dennis Road, Widnes, Cheshire WA8 0YQ

TEL: 0151 423 9390 FAX: 0151 420 4222

EMAIL: protolcomar@btconnect.com WEB: www.protol.co.uk

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Allylmagnesium Chloride

Alpha Methyl Styrene (AMS)

Aluminium Oxide

Aluminium Sulphate

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Almond Oil

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Alumina, Trihydrate

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Aluminium Paste / Flake

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Aluminium Chloride

(Solution)

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Aluminium Sulphate

Tablets

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Almond Oil, Sweet

(B.P./U.S.P.)

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Aluminium Chlorohydrate –

Antiperspirant Actives

S+A Blackwell Limited

T: + 44 (0) 1253 738121

F: + 44 (0) 1253 735831

E: info@sandablackwell.com

W: www.sandablackwell.com

Aluminium Pigments

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Ambrether

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Aloe Vera Extracts

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Aluminium Hydroxide /

Aluminium Trihydrate

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Aluminium Pigments for

Printing Inks

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Amine Curing Agents

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Aloe Vera Organic

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Aluminium Nitrate

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Aluminium Powders

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Amine Oxide

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

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Amino Acid Chelates

Ammonium Acetate

Ammonium Carbonate

Amphoteric Surfactants

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

Amino Acid Derivatives

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Ammonium Bicarbonate

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Ammonium Chloride

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Amino Acids

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Amino-Functional Fluids

and Emulsions

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Aminosiloxane

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Ammonium Bifluoride

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Ammonium Bifluoride (Dry

and Solutions)

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Ammonium Formate

Propionate Solutions

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Amphotericin B

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Ampicillin Sodium Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Amyl Vinyl Carbinol

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Ammonia Borane

Gower Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1792 473344

E: contact@gowerchemicals.co.uk

W: www.gowerchemicals.co.uk

Ammonium Bisulphite

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Ammonium Nitrate

(Electronic Grade)

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Amyl Vinyl Carbinyl Acetate

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Ammonia, Aqueous (All

Concentrations)

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

Ammonium Thiosulphate

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Analytical reagents

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

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Anhydride Catalyst

Anti Corrosion Additives

Anti-Foaming Agents

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Animal Feed Products

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Anionic Surfactants

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Anisomycin

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Anti-Caking Agents

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Anti-Corrosion Pigments

PennWhite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1606 734 820

F: +44 (0)1606 837 867

E: info@pennwhite.co.uk

W: www.pennwhite.co.uk

t: @PennWhite

Anti-infective reagents

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Anti-Static Additives

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

PennWhite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1606 734 820

F: +44 (0)1606 837 867

E: info@pennwhite.co.uk

W: www.pennwhite.co.uk

t: @PennWhite

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Antibiotics

Aqueous Silver and

Graphene Conductors /

Adhesive

Azure Specialty Chemicals

Limited

T: +44(0) 7770 983 290

E: enzo.costa@azurechem.com

W: www.azurechem.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Antimicrobials

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Antioxidants for Plastics

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

Argan Oil

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Antimony Trioxide

(Antimony White)

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Antiperspirant Actives

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Antibody &

Immunoglobulins

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Antifoams

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Antineoplastics

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Antioxidant – Tenox

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

APG’s Alkyl Poly

Glucosides

Aroma Chemicals

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Aromatherapy Oils

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Antioxidants

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Aprotinin

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Aqueous Cleaners

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Berkhamsted Toiletries Ltd

T: +44 (0)1296 630091

F: +44 (0)1296 630608

E: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

W: www.berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

Aromatic Esters

PennWhite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1606 734 820

F: +44 (0)1606 837 867

E: info@pennwhite.co.uk

W: www.pennwhite.co.uk

t: @PennWhite

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

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Arsenazo III

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Ascorbic Acid

Bacitracin Zinc

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Bakuchiol

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Bamboo Extract

Ascorbic Acid

(Encapsulated)

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Barium Carbonate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Automotive Chemicals

Quadrimex Chemical

T: +33 (0) 4 9078 7050

E: industrialsolutions@quadrimex.com

W: www.quadrimex.com

Barium Chloride

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Bacitracin

Quadrimex Chemical

T: +33 (0) 4 9078 7050

E: industrialsolutions@quadrimex.com

W: www.quadrimex.com

Barium Fluoride

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

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Barium Hydroxide

Quadrimex Chemical

T: +33 (0) 4 9078 7050

E: industrialsolutions@quadrimex.com

W: www.quadrimex.com

Barium Nitrate

BCIP-Na (5-Bromo-4-

chloro-3-indolyl phosphate

disodium salt)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Benzamidine Hydrochloride

Hydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Benzoate Esters

Benzoic Acid (B.P.)

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Benzoin

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

BCIP (5-Bromo-4-chloro-3-

indolylphosphate-ptoluidine

salt)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Bentonite

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Benzoate Plasticisers

Euram Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1628 472848

F: +44 (0)1628 890095

E: sales@euramchemicals.co.uk

W: www.euramchemicals.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Benzophenone

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Benzothiazole

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

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Benzotriazole

Bioconjugation Crosslinker

Combined Chemical Services

(UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 213 620

F: +44 (0)7525 816 944

E:

sales@combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

W:

www.combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Bespoke Raw Materials

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Bio Photo Metal

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Biological Buffers

Connect Chemicals UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1606 723534

F: +44 (0)1606 723535

E: info-ccuk@connectchemicals.com

W: www.connectchemicals.com

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Benzyl Alcohol

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

J1 Technologies Ltd

T: +44 (0)161 875 2110

F: +44 (0)161 875 2129

E: kevin.burgess@j1technologies.com

W: www.j1technologies.com

beta-Alanine

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Betaines

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Biaryls

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Bicine (N,N-Bis(2-

hydroxyethyl)glycine)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Bilberry Extract

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

Biochemicals

Azure Specialty Chemicals

Limited

T: +44(0) 7770 983 290

E: enzo.costa@azurechem.com

W: www.azurechem.com

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Biocides

Chemlink Specialities Ltd

(HARKE GROUP)

T: +44 (0)161 629 2129

F: +44 (0)161 629 2128

E: enquiries@chemlink.co.uk

W: www.chemlink.co.uk

t: @chemlink

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

BIS-TRIS (Bis(2-

hydroxyethyl)aminotris(hydroxymethyl)methane)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

BIS-TRIS propane (1,3-

Bis(tris(hydroxymethyl)met

hylamino)propane)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Bismuth & Bismuth Salts

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Bismuth Carbonate

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

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Bismuth Metal & Alloys

Bisphenol A (Diphenylol

Propane)

Brij 35

Bromoxynil Octanoate

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Bismuth Oxide

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

Blowing Agents

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Brij 35 solution 30% w/v in

water

Briar Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 242424

E: info@briarchemicals.com

W: www.briarchemicals.com

t: @BriarChemicals

Bronze Powders

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Brominated Products

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

Bismuth Salts

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Boronic Acids & Boronic

Derivatives

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Botanicals

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Bromocresol Green

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Bromoform

Buchwald Ligands and

Precatalysts

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

Butters

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

: @azelisgroup

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Bromophenol Blue

Ascot International LtdT:

+44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Butyl Acrylate

Bismuth Subgallate

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Bismuth Subsalicylate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Bromothymol Blue

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

Butylated Hydroxy Toluene

& Food Grade

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

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Butylated Hydroxyanisole

Cable Lubricants

Calcium Carbonate (for DC

Tabletting)

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Butylated Hydroxytoluene

(BHT)

PennWhite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1606 734 820

F: +44 (0)1606 837 867

E: info@pennwhite.co.uk

W: www.pennwhite.co.uk

t: @PennWhite

Calcium Acetate

Longcliffe Calcium Carbonates

T: +44 (0)1629 540284

F: +44 (0)1629 540569

E: sales@longcliffe.co.uk

W: www.longcliffe.co.uk

t: @longcliffe

Calcium Carbonate (Direct

Compression Grades)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Calcium Carbonate

(Various grades)

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

Calcium Carbonate

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Calcium Chloride

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

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Calcium Lactate

CAPS (3-

(Cyclohexylamino)-1-

propanesulfonic acid)

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Calcium Chloride Powder

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Calcium Nitrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Car Care Chemicals

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Quadrimex Chemical

T: +33 (0) 4 9078 7050

E: industrialsolutions@quadrimex.com

W: www.quadrimex.com

Calcium Fluoride

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Calcium Formate

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Calcium Gluconate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Calcium Hydroxide

(Hydrated Lime)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Calcium Hypochlorite

Tablets

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

Calcium Nitrate Refined &

Technical Grade (Solid &

Liquid)

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Calcium Oxide

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Calcium Propionate

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Calcium Sulphate (Food

Grade)

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Cantharidin (B.P.C. 1949)

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Carbenicillin Disodium Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Carbohydrates

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Carbomers

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Carbon Black

MegaChem (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 422747

E: enquiry@uk.megachem.com

W: www.uk.megachem.com

t: @MegachemUKLtd

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Carrageenan

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Catalyst, Spent

London Chemicals &

Resources Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7183 0651

F: +44 (0)20 7987 7980

E: info@lcrl.net

W: www.lcrl.net

Catalysts

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

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Catechols

Caustic Soda NAOH LYE

CETYL BROMIDE

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Cationic Surfactants

Vynova Group

T: +44 (0)7860 317518

E: nick.pickering@vynova-group.com

W: www.vynova-group.com

t: @Vynova_Group

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Synthite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1352 752521

F: +44 (0)1352 700182

E: sananiazi@synthite.co.uk

W: www.synthite.co.uk

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

Cefotaxime Sodium Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Cement Admixture and

Mortar Additives

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Cetyl Pyridinium Chloride

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

CHAPS (3-((3-

Cholamidopropyl)dimethyla

mmonio)propanesulfonate)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Chelates

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Chemical Merchants

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Chemical Solutions

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Chemical Traders

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Caustic Soda (Liquor)

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Caustic Soda (Pearl Form)

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

Cephalexin Monohydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Cetearyl Alcohol

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Chemical Blends

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Chiral Compounds

Azure Specialty Chemicals

Limited

T: +44(0) 7770 983 290

E: enzo.costa@azurechem.com

W: www.azurechem.com

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

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Chiral Ligands

Chloro Acetyl Chloride

Cholesterol

Chondroitin Sulphate

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Chitosan

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Chloramphenicol

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Sholkem Chemie Associates Ltd

T: +44 (0)113 293 2524

F: +44 (0)113 350 3360

E: sholkem@ntlworld.com

W: www.sholkemchemie.com

Chloroform Ethanol /

Amylene Stabilised

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Chlorophenols

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Cholic Acid

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Cholic Acid Sodium Salt

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Chromic Acid

Chlorinated Products

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Nufarm UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1274 691234

F: +44 (0)1274 691176

E: dean.moore@nufarm.com

W: www.nufarm.com

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Regulatory

Surfactants

Formulation

The British Association for

Chemical Specialities (BACS)

is a trade association whose

members operate in the

speciality chemicals sector of

the chemicals supply chain

Personal

Care

Biocides and

Biosciences

Water

Treatment

British Association for

Chemical Specialities

Fifth Floor The Exchange

Station Parade Harrogate HG1 1TS

Tel 01423 700249 Fax 01423 520297

enquiries@bacsnet.org

Access to information

BACS provides members with a wide range of

information to help them keep abreast of

industry and regulatory developments

A voice for members

BACS represents members’ interests by working

to shape and mitigate the impact of legislation

and policies

Supply chain networking

Membership of the Association provides

numerous opportunities for networking with

others in the chemicals supply chain

www.bacsnet.org

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Chromic Oxide

Citric Acid (B.P.)

Colchicine

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Cinoxacin

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Citrates

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Citronella Oil

Berkhamsted Toiletries Ltd

T: +44 (0)1296 630091

F: +44 (0)1296 630608

E: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

W: www.berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

Click Chemistry

Conjugation Linkers

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Colloidal Silica

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Colours, for Plastics

(Insoluble)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Citric Acid

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Coatings

Cornelius Group PLC

T: +44 (0) 1279 714 300

F: +44 (0) 1279 714 320

E: sales@cornelius.co.uk

W: www.cornelius.co.uk

t: @CorneliusGroup

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Cobalt Salts

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Colours, (Mineral) Black

Oxide of Iron

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Colours, (Mineral) Oxide of

Iron, Red & Yellow

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Colours, for Printing Inks

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

Coffee Oils and Extracts

Colours, for Cosmetics

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Colours, Pigment

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Kaffe Bueno ApS

T: +4571459742

E: hej@kaffebueno.com

W: www.kaffebueno.com

t: @kaffebueno

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

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Combinatorial Screening

building blocks

Compounding Ingredients

for Rubber

Coolants – Electronic

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Completely Denatured

Alcohol (CDA)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Coolants – Speciality

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Colours, Synthetic Iron

Oxides

TRADEBE Chemical

T: +44 (0)1524 853053

F: +44 (0)1524 851284

E: uksales@tradebe.com

W: www.tradebe.co.uk

Complex Inorganic

Coloured Pigments (CICP)

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Construction Chemical

Products

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Copper Acetate

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Copper Carbonate

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

Wilfrid Smith is one of the leading independent distributors of raw materials and chemicals in the UK.

We represent many world class manufacturers and supply into a wide variety of markets including Personal Care, Plastics & Rubber,

Refractory & Ceramics, Coatings & Inks, Adhesives, Pharmaceutical, Textile, Paper, Horticulture and Health Food.

Our highly skilled team prides themselves on providing the highest levels of commercial and technical expertise, support and

service to our customers, while maintaining the personal touch of an independent company.

T: 01536 460020 W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

Elm House, Medlicott Close, Oakley Hay, Corby, Northants, NN18 9NF

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Copper Chloride

Copper Iodide

Copper Nitrate Solutions

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

Copper Compounds

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Copper Nitrate

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Copper Oxide

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

Copper Oxychloride

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Cosmetic Chemicals

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Combined Chemical Services

(UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 213 620

F: +44 (0)7525 816 944

E:

sales@combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

W:

www.combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Copper Sulphate

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Cosmetic Fruit Extracts

Cosmetic Actives

FINE & SPECIALITY CHEMICALS

Production, Supplies & Distribution

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Birchwood Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (020) 8207 3222

E: sales@birchwoodchem.co.uk

W: www.birchwoodchem.co.uk

Tradebe is a global specialist producer and

distributor of quality-approved fine and speciality

chemicals. We offer a complete service for our

customers’ requirements.









Global Chemical Sourcing

Flexible Chemical Processing Inc. Simple,

Complex & Multi-Step

Batch & Continuous Chemical Processing

Blending, Formulation, Filtration,

Reclamation, Purification

Custom Synthesis, Contract & Toll Recovery

Chemical Storage, Filling, Packaging

Warehousing & International Distribution

Supply Chain Management

T. +44 (0) 845 603 2893

E. info@tradebe.com, W. www.tradebe.co.uk / www.tradebe.com

Chemical

Sourcing

Chemical

Innovation

Chemical

Processing

Global

Distribution

IMCD UK Ltd (Personal Care)

T: +44 (020) 8770 7090

E: cosmetics@imcd.co.uk

W: www.imcdgroup.com

t: @IMCDUKCOS

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Cosmetic Ingredients

BRB International BV

T: +31 475 560 300

F: +31 475 560 323

E: info@brbbv.com

W: www.brbbv.com

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Cornelius Group PLC

T: +44 (0) 1279 714 300

F: +44 (0) 1279 714 320

E: sales@cornelius.co.uk

W: www.cornelius.co.uk

t: @CorneliusGroup

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Cosmetic Ingredients,

Organic (COSMOS

certified)

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Cosmetic Plant Extracts,

Natural

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Cosmetics and Toiletries,

Raw Materials

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Cornelius Group PLC

T: +44 (0) 1279 714 300

F: +44 (0) 1279 714 320

E: sales@cornelius.co.uk

W: www.cornelius.co.uk

t: @CorneliusGroup

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Coumarins

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Coupling Reagents

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Cranberry

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Cream of Tartar

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Crotonic Acid

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Serving the chemical and associated

industries throughout the UK and Europe

Amongst our extensive product range are:-

n Acetic Acid

n Aluminium Chloride

n Benzotriazole

n Hydrochloric Acid

n Large Range of Phosphates

n Peracetic Acid

n Sodium Acetate

We are full members of the CBA and fully committed to the Responsible Care Programme

Pearl Chemicals Ltd, Whitebridge Estate, Whitebridge Lane, Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 8LQ

Tel- 01785 819747, Fax – 01785 811567 – e-mail - enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

www.pearlchem.co.uk

n Sodium Bromate

n Sodium Hexametaphosphate (SHMP)

n Sodium Molybdate

n Sodium Tripolyphosphate (STPP)

n Sulphuric Acid

n Tolytriazole

n Tri Sodium Phosphate (TSP)

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Crotonic Acid Anhydride

Curing Agents

Cytosine

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Crown Ethers

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Custom Synthesis

Standards

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Cycloheximide

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Cytotoxins & High Potency

Reagents

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Cryolites

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Crystal violet (C.I. 42555)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Cupric Oxide

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

Cuprous Oxide

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

Cuprous Thiocyanate

Bardyke Chemicals Ltd

T: 44 (0)1698 823361

F: 44 (0)1698 820535

E: duncan@bardyke.com

Curcumin Extract

(Turmeric)

Arc Pharma (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 8427 2921

F: +44 (0)7515 442095

E: sales@arcpharma.co.uk

W: www.arcpharma.co.uk

Custom Synthesised

Chemicals

Advanced Chemical

Intermediates Ltd

T: +44 (0)1840 261451

F: +44 (0)1840 261451

E: enquiries@acints.com

W: www.acints.com

Azure Specialty Chemicals

Limited

T: +44(0) 7770 983 290

E: enzo.costa@azurechem.com

W: www.azurechem.com

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Cyclopentane

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Cyclopentasiloxane

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Cytidine

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Cytochrome C

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

D Chlor Tablets

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

D-(+)-Biotin

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-(+)-Galactose (Nonanimal

origin)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

D-(+)-Maltose Monohydrate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Synthite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1352 752521

F: +44 (0)1352 700182

E: sananiazi@synthite.co.uk

W: www.synthite.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

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D-(+)-Mannose

D-Glucose Anhydrous

Manufacturers & Distributors of

Speciality Mineral Salts

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-(+)-Raffinose

pentahydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-(+)-Sucrose

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-Luciferin

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-Luciferin Sodium Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-Mannitol

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-(+)-Xylose

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-Panthenol

At Celtic Chemicals we manufacture, process & distribute

specialty mineral salts for niche markets. The company was

established in 1979, starting its life as a trading company before

launching its small production facility to supply inorganic metallic

salts to the laboratory reagent market.

Since then our expertise and production capability has grown,

and we now manufacture and supply a greater range of products

into a variety of markets;

n Nutrition: Human, Animal & Plant

n Pharma / Biotech Applications

n Metal Finishing & Surface Treatment

n Laboratory Reagents

n Raw Materials for Capacitors

n Inks / Colours

n Anaerobic Digestion / Biogas

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

D-Cycloserine

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Daptomycin

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

De-icing Products

Please refer to our website www.celticchemicals.co.uk

for product details or call +44 (0)1656 749 358

email sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

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De-ionised Water

Deoxycholic Acid

Dibutyl Ether

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Defoamers

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Deoxycholic Acid Sodium

Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Di-Isononyl Phthalate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Diammonium Phosphate

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Dicalcium Phosphate

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

BRB International BV

T: +31 475 560 300

F: +31 475 560 323

E: info@brbbv.com

W: www.brbbv.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

di-Potassium hydrogen

phosphate anhydrous

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Di-tert-butyl dicarbonate

(DIBOC)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Diazo Chemistry

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Dibasic Esters (DBE)

Dicyandiamide

Ferro Metal & Chemical Corp Ltd

T: +44 (0)118 965 3868

F: +44 (0)118 965 3860

E: info@fmccorp.co.uk

W: www.fmccorp.co.uk

Diethyl Ether

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Diethyl Ethoxymalonate

Diagnostic Raw Materials

PennWhite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1606 734 820

F: +44 (0)1606 837 867

E: info@pennwhite.co.uk

W: www.pennwhite.co.uk

t: @PennWhite

Demineralised Water

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Diagnostic Reagents

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Diflufenican

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Azure Specialty Chemicals

Limited

T: +44(0) 7770 983 290

E: enzo.costa@azurechem.com

W: www.azurechem.com

MegaChem (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 422747

E: enquiry@uk.megachem.com

W: www.uk.megachem.com

t: @MegachemUKLtd

Briar Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 242424

E: info@briarchemicals.com

W: www.briarchemicals.com

t: @BriarChemicals

Dimethicone

Dendrimers

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

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Dimethicone Fluids and

Emulsions

Dimethylamine

Dipentene

Disodium Phosphate,

Anhydrous & Crystal

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Dimethyl Benzyl Carbinol

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Dimethyl Benzyl Carbinyl

Acetate

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Dimethyl Benzyl Carbinyl

Butyrate

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Dimidium Bromide

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Dioctyl Adipate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

Dioctyl Maleate (DOM)

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Diphenyl Methane

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

DIPHENYLPHOSPHOROSO

(2,4,6-TRIMETHYLPHENYL)

METHANONE

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Dispersing Agents

Borregaard UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 285400

F: +44 (0)1925 285434

E: enquiries.uk@borregaard.com

W: www.lignotech.com

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

DL-Panthenol

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Dimethyl Isosorbide

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

Dipicolinic Acid

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

DLCT (Dark Liquid

Coumarone Tackifier)

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Dimethyl Phenyl Ethyl

Carbinol

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

Dioctyl Sebacate

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Dipotassium Phosphate

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

DMAP (4-

Dimethylaminopyridine)

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

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Dodecyl-beta-D-maltoside

(DDM)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Doxycycline Hydrochloride

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Drilling Fluids (Oil

Exploration)

EDAC hydrochloride (N-(3-

Dimethylaminopropyl)-N’-

ethylcarbodiimide

hydrochloride)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

EEDQ (2-Ethoxy-1-

ethoxycarbonyl-1,2-

dihydroquinoline)

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Elastomers

DTT (Dithiothreitol)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Dyes & Dye Intermediates

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Emollients

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Dyes Stains & Indicators

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Chemlink Specialities Ltd

(HARKE GROUP)

T: +44 (0)161 629 2129

F: +44 (0)161 629 2128

E: enquiries@chemlink.co.uk

W: www.chemlink.co.uk

t: @chemlink

E.D.T.A.

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Emulsifiers

Echinacea Extracts

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

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Emulsifiers (Cont)

Chemlink Specialities Ltd

(HARKE GROUP)

T: +44 (0)161 629 2129

F: +44 (0)161 629 2128

E: enquiries@chemlink.co.uk

W: www.chemlink.co.uk

t: @chemlink

Enzyme Substrates

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

MegaChem (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 422747

E: enquiry@uk.megachem.com

W: www.uk.megachem.com

t: @MegachemUKLtd

Berkhamsted Toiletries Ltd

T: +44 (0)1296 630091

F: +44 (0)1296 630608

E: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

W: www.berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

Birchwood Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (020) 8207 3222

E: sales@birchwoodchem.co.uk

W: www.birchwoodchem.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Enzymes (Proteolytic)

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Naissance Natural

Ingredients Ltd

T: +44 (0)1639 874637

E: info@naissance-ni.com

W: www.naissance-ni.com

Epoxy Esters

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Epoxide Resins & Curing

Agents

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Epsom Salts (Various

grades)

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Esters

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Encapsulated Actives

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Epoxy and Polyester

Resins

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Esculin

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Endotoxin Tested

Chemicals

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Energy Materials, Batteries

Storage

MegaChem (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 422747

E: enquiry@uk.megachem.com

W: www.uk.megachem.com

t: @MegachemUKLtd

Epoxy Curing Agents

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Essential Oils and

Essences

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Ethidium Bromide

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

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Ethyl 2-fluoroacetoacetate

Ethylene

tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE)

Exfoliants (Recycled

Defatted Coffee)

Ferric Ammonium Citrate

(B.P.)

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Ethyl Diglycol

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

AGC Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1253 209600

E: etfe@agcce.com

W: www.agcce.com

t: @agcchemicals_eu

Ethylene Vinyl Acetate

(EVA)

Kaffe Bueno ApS

T: +4571459742

E: hej@kaffebueno.com

W: www.kaffebueno.com

t: @kaffebueno

Fatty Acid Esters

R A Watts Ltd

T: +44 (020) 8781 1818

F: +44 (020) 8781 1821

E: sales@rawatts.co.uk

W: www.rawatts.co.uk

Ferric Chloride

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

Ethyl Diglycol Acetate

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

Ethyl Hexyl Glycerine

Langley Smith & Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7247 7473

F: +44 (0)20 7375 1470

E: sales@langley-smith.co.uk

W: www.langley-smith.co.uk

Ethylmagnesium Chloride

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Ferric Chloride 40%

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

SACHEM Europe B.V.

T: +31 (0) 418 682 000

+1-512-421-4900

F: +31 (0) 418 682 082

+1-512-445-5066

E: info@sacheminc.com

W: www.sacheminc.com

t: @SACHEMInc

Ethyl Trifluoroacetate

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Eucalyptus Oil

Berkhamsted Toiletries Ltd

T: +44 (0)1296 630091

F: +44 (0)1296 630608

E: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

W: www.berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

Excipients

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Fatty Alcohols

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Fermentation Chemicals

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Ferric Ammonium Citrate

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Ferric Nitrate

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

Ferric Sulphate

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

Ferrous Chloride

Chemical Raw Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0)1428 648851

E: info@chemrawmat.co.uk

W: www.chemrawmat.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

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Fillers, for Paper & Paint

Fillers, for Rubber

Fisher Tropsch Waxes

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Fillers, for Plastics

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Fire Retardant Fillers

(Plastics & Rubber)

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Flame Retardants

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Fine Chemicals

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Fire Retardants (Alumina

Trihydrate)

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Syntor Fine Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1928 579 865

F: +44 (0)1928 579 734

E: info@syntor.co.uk

W: www.syntor.co.uk

t: @SyntorLtd

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

The Grolman Group operates as a pan European chemical distribution network.

It is run by the fifth generation of the Grolman family and has been privately

owned since it was established in 1855.

Our Group purpose is to provide the best possible efficient and professional local

service to our Principals and Customers with our commercial, technical and

logistical expertise, combined with sourcing and supplying high quality products

from market leading Principals. These activities are backed by, an efficient pan

European product and marketing database; directly updated from work in the field.

Our objective is to add value to the supply chain. We have top tier COMAH

warehousing available and an integrated warehousing and distribution package,

allowing us to maximize value via technical competence and efficient distribution.

Our procedures are approved to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 and we

operate within a framework of Responsible Care. We cultivate a culture of

continual improvement and excellence achieved by always striving to meet our

customers’ needs and exceed their expectations.

Yara Odour and

H 2 S Solutions

Yara has listened to the needs and challenges that will

improve your chances of tackling your problem, whether

it is the smell that is causing nuisance in your community,

you are worried about the health of your workers or

want to avoid corrosion and costly repairs in the future.

Our concept lets you choose when and where to tackle

your H 2 S problem, our solutions will allow you to

prevent it, or to remove it once it has occurred. Both can

be used independently or mixed so you always get the

right result you want.

Contact:

Robert Hopkins E-Mail: r.hopkins@grolman-group.com

Web: www.grolman-group.com

For more information contact us:

Email: cs.industrial.nitrates@yara.com

Tel: 01472 889 300

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Flame Retardants

(Magnesium Hydroxide)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Flame Retardants –

Compounds

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

Flavours

Berkhamsted Toiletries Ltd

T: +44 (0)1296 630091

F: +44 (0)1296 630608

E: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

W: www.berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

Fluid Blends

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Fluorescent Reagents &

Fluorophores

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fluorinated Ketoesters

Fluorinated Speciality

Chemicals

Chemlink Specialities Ltd

(HARKE GROUP)

T: +44 (0)161 629 2129

F: +44 (0)161 629 2128

E: enquiries@chemlink.co.uk

W: www.chemlink.co.uk

t: @chemlink

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fluorination – Selective

Direct

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Fluorochemicals

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Flutec Fluids

Fmoc Amino Acid (For

Peptide Synthesis)

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-Cl (9-

Fluorenylmethyl

chloroformate)

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-D-Amino Acid

(Exotic)

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-Glycine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Alanine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Amino Acid

(Exotic)

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Amino Acid

(General)

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Arginine

Fmoc-L-Cysteine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Glutamic Acid

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Glutamine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Histidine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Isoleucine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Leucine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Lysine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Methionine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Phenylalanine

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Fluorinated Organic

Intermediates

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Flutec PP3 (Perfluoro-1,3-

dimethylcylcohexane)

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Asparagine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Aspartic Acid

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Proline

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Serine

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

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Fmoc-L-Threonine

Fragrances

Fumaric Acid

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Tryptophan

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Food Ingredients

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Functional Silicones

Fmoc-L-Tyrosine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Fmoc-L-Valine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Foaming and Conditioning

Agents

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Food Phosphates

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Formaldehyde

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Fructone

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Fungicides

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Furans

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

Food Additives

Synthite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1352 752521

F: +44 (0)1352 700182

E: sananiazi@synthite.co.uk

W: www.synthite.co.uk

Formates

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Food Chemicals

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Formic Acid

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd was formed

at the beginning of 1999 in West

Yorkshire, UK, initially to develop the

sales of lanolin products from NK

Chemicals Pte Ltd, Singapore. In the

early years the company concentrated

on marketing the Singapore lanolin

products alongside some downstream

lanolin derivatives which were toll

produced in Europe. This was

successfully achieved via a network

of distributors across the key markets

in the Western Hemisphere.

N K P R O D U C T S

Lanolin

The waxy raw material is also known as:

• Wool Wax

• Wool Grease

• Wool Fat

• Adeps Lanae.

Generally, the term ‘lanolin’ refers to wool wax

in its refined form. In the pharmaceutical

industry, however, ‘lanolin’ traditionally

describes a water-in-oil (w/o) emulsion with a

water content of approximately 30% by weight.

Cornelius Group PLC

T: +44 (0) 1279 714 300

F: +44 (0) 1279 714 320

E: sales@cornelius.co.uk

W: www.cornelius.co.uk

t: @CorneliusGroup

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Email: info@nkchemicals.com

Tel: +44 (0)1924 844820

www.nkchemicals.com

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G418 sulfate (Geneticin

disulfate)

General & Fine Chemicals

Giemsa Stain

Glucono-delta-Lactone

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Gallium Chemicals

Combined Chemical Services

(UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 213 620

F: +44 (0)7525 816 944

E:

sales@combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

W:

www.combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Ginkgo Biloba Extract

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Glucosamine Sulphate

Indium Corporation

T: +1 315 853 4900

F: +1 315 853 1000

E: askus@indium.com

W: www.indium.com

t: @IndiumCorp

Gelling Agents

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Gentamycin Sulfate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Ginseng (Powders &

Extracts)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Glutaric acid

Witton Chemical Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1638 716001

E: enquiries@witton.com

W: www.witton.com

Glutathione Reduced

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Gluconates

GLY-GLY

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

DA Chemicals Group Limited

DA Chemicals Group Ltd is a privately

owned company which provides a

comprehensive range of services

including supply, distribution and

processing of chemicals to meet all our

customers' needs. We have extensive

industry knowledge and experience,

and a wide network of contacts that

enables us to provide our customers

with an outstanding and flexible service.

DA Chemicals Group Ltd was formed

on April 1st 2010 from the merger of its

well established sister companies

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd and Distripak

Ltd and more recently the acquisition of

Harris Hart & Co. Ltd in 2013. The

purpose of this restructuring is to

provide a better and more seamless

service for our customers by integrating

our products, processing and packing

services under one company.

We pride ourselves on the personal

attention and service we can provide to

all our customers whether you are a

small company or a large multi- national

organization. Our operation extends to

customers throughout the UK, Europe,

North America, Far East and India.

We are accredited to both ISO 9001:

2008 and to BRC with an ‘A graded’

status for production in our own

custom built food ingredients packing

plant. Kosher and Halal certified.

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Glycerin Non Palm

(Cosmetic, Food & Pharma

Grade)

Naissance Natural Ingredients

Ltd

T: +44 (0)1639 874637

E: info@naissance-ni.com

W: www.naissance-ni.com

Glycerine

DA Chemicals Group Limited

(Incorp, Taycrest Chemicals Ltd & Distripak Ltd), Units D20 - D22,

Double Row, Seaton Delaval Trading Estate, Northumberland, NE25 0PP

Tel. + 44 191 2374743 Fax. + 44 191 2374768

Email. sales@dachemicals.com

Web. www.dachemicals.com

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

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Glycine

GMP

Grignard Reagents

Hemp Seed Organic

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Glycols

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E:

mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Grapeseed Oil

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Glycoluril

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Graphene Oxide

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Green Acetal

Guanidine Hydrochloride

Ultrapure

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Guanidine Thiocyanate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Guanine

HEPES (4-(2-

Hydroxyethyl)piperazine-1-

ethanesulfonic acid)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Glycylglycine (Gly-Gly)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Glyoxal 40%

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Green Shell Mussel Powder

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Guanosine

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

HEPES Sodium Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Herbal Extracts

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Glyoxylic Acid 50%

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Green Surfactants

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Haematoxylin (C.I. 75290)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Heat Transfer Fluids

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Green Tea Extract

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

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Herbal Extracts (Cont)

Hydrazine Hydrate

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Heterocycles

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Heterocyclic Compounds

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Hydrazines

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Hydrocarbon Resins

High Purity Metal Organics

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

HOBT (N-

Hydroxybenzotrizole)

Langley Smith & Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7247 7473

F: +44 (0)20 7375 1470

E: sales@langley-smith.co.uk

W: www.langley-smith.co.uk

Lingfield Way Business Park

Darlington

DL1 4XX

UK

Landshuter Allee 12

Munchen

80637

Deutschland

Via Ariete 18

Rimini (RN)

47900

Italy

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Hydrochloric Acid (HCL)

Home Care Chemicals

IMCD UK Ltd (Homecare)

T: +44 (020) 8770 7090

E: homecare@imcd.co.uk

W: www.imcdgroup.com

Household Chemicals

CHEMTEK LTD

T: +44 (0)1493 660800

F: +44 (0)1493 843067

E: sales@chemtek.co.uk

W: www.chemtek.co.uk

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Hyaluronic acid

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

13845 Alton Parkway

Irvine. CA

92618

USA

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

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Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydroquinone bis(2-

Hydroxyethyl) Ether

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Hydrochloric Acid (HCL)

Bulk

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Hydroxylamines

Zanos Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1565 755899

F: +44 (0) 1565 755799

E: info@zanos.co.uk

W: www.zanos.co.uk

t: @zanosltd

Industrial & Institutional

(I&I Chemical Products)

CHEMTEK LTD

T: +44 (0)1493 660800

F: +44 (0)1493 843067

E: sales@chemtek.co.uk

W: www.chemtek.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Hydrofluoric Acid HF

Gower Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1792 473344

E: contact@gowerchemicals.co.uk

W: www.gowerchemicals.co.uk

Hydrofluoric Acid HF

(Ferric Sulphate Blend)

Gower Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1792 473344

E: contact@gowerchemicals.co.uk

W: www.gowerchemicals.co.uk

Hydrofluoric Acid HF (Nitric

Blend)

Gower Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1792 473344

E: contact@gowerchemicals.co.uk

W: www.gowerchemicals.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Hydrogenated

Hydrocarbon Resin

Langley Smith & Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7247 7473

F: +44 (0)20 7375 1470

E: sales@langley-smith.co.uk

W: www.langley-smith.co.uk

Hydrolysed Proteins

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Hydrophobing

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Hydroquinone

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Imidazoles

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Imipenem

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Indian Herbal Extracts

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Indium Chemicals

Indium Corporation

T: +1 315 853 4900

F: +1 315 853 1000

E: askus@indium.com

W: www.indium.com

t: @IndiumCorp

Indole

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

IMCD UK Ltd (Homecare)

T: +44 (020) 8770 7090

E: homecare@imcd.co.uk

W: www.imcdgroup.com

Industrial Additives

Addi-Tec Ltd (HARKE GROUP)

T: +44 (0)161 629 2129

F: +44 (0)161 629 2128

E: info@addi-tec.co.uk

W: www.addi-tec.co.uk

Industrial Detergents

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Industrial Lubricant Base

Oils

SIP Limited

T: +44 (0)20 7717 0100

F: +44 (0)20 7717 0105

E: enquiries@sip.com

W: www.sip.com

Inorganic Chemicals, High

Purity

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

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Collinda was established in 1981 and today is a leading

supplier of speciality chemicals including AMS, curing

agents, high purity aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons,

hydroxides and coumarone tackifiers. Collinda’s technical

focus means that we will work with you to identify the

chemical solution you need and our long-term cooperation

with our principals allows us to benefit from their in-house

expertise. We offer a hands-on approach and you will always

get the answers and decisions in the timeframe you require.

We supply into the pharmaceutical and reagents, resins,

coatings and elastomers, composites and construction and

the rubber industries. With a significant UK stock holding,

we are able to deliver products quickly and efficiently and

our experienced customer service team will ensure your

specific requirements are met.

Collinda provides first rate products by working

with leading European and American producers

to ensure consistent product quality, supply security and

legislative compliance. As a privately owned company,

Collinda puts the customer first and is the vital link

between the supplier and the customer. We look

forward to serving you.

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

www.collinda.co.uk

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Intermediates for

Pharmaceuticals

Iodine

Isobutylmagnesium

Chloride

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Inverse Emulsions

Combined Chemical Services

(UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 213 620

F: +44 (0)7525 816 944

E:

sales@combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

W:

www.combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Ion Pair Reagents

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Isocyanates (HDI, TDI and

MDI)

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Iodides and Iodates

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Iodinated Products

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Ionic liquids

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

IPTG (Isopropyl-beta-Dthiogalactopyranoside)

MegaChem (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 422747

E: enquiry@uk.megachem.com

W: www.uk.megachem.com

t: @MegachemUKLtd

Isopentane

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

TRADEBE Chemical

T: +44 (0)1524 853053

F: +44 (0)1524 851284

E: uksales@tradebe.com

W: www.tradebe.co.uk

Iso Amyl Alcohol

Isopropyl Myristate

TRADEBE Chemical

T: +44 (0)1524 853053

F: +44 (0)1524 851284

E: uksales@tradebe.com

W: www.tradebe.co.uk

Isobutanol

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Isopropyl Palmitate

An Independent Distributor of Strem Chemicals

Products in UK & Ireland

Strem Chemicals UK, Newton Hall, Town Street,

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB22 7ZE

Contact

enquiries@strem.co.uk

Tel: +44 1-223-873028

Fax: +44 1-223-870207

TRADEBE Chemical

T: +44 (0)1524 853053

F: +44 (0)1524 851284

E: uksales@tradebe.com

W: www.tradebe.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

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Kaolin

L-Asparagine Monohydrate

L-Glutathione Oxidised

L-Ornithine Hydrochloride

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Kaolin Heavy (B.P.)

R A Watts Ltd

T: +44 (020) 8781 1818

F: +44 (020) 8781 1821

E: sales@rawatts.co.uk

W: www.rawatts.co.uk

Kaolin Light (B.P.)

R A Watts Ltd

T: +44 (020) 8781 1818

F: +44 (020) 8781 1821

E: sales@rawatts.co.uk

W: www.rawatts.co.uk

Kieselguhr

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

L-Cysteine Hydrochloride

Anhydrous

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

L-Cysteine Hydrochloride

Monohydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

L-Cystine

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

L-Histidine

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

L-Histidine

Monohydrochloride

Monohydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

L-Lysine

Monohydrochloride

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

L-Rhamnose Monohydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Labels & TAGs

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Laboratory Chemicals

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

APPLICATION FIELDS

FOOD & FEED

SAFEGRIP® DE-ICERS

NOX REDUCTION

OIL FIELD SERVICES

IMAGING

METAL TREATMENT

PRECISION INDUSTRIAL CLEANERS

AGRICULTURE

CHEMICALS

WATER TREATMENT

Esseco UK was originally founded in 1878

and today still operates from its original site

in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

From its earliest beginnings, Esseco UK has

always specialised in the manufacture of

ammonia salts. Over the years the product

range has been broadened, whilst at the

same time maintaining a key position in

ammonia products. The Company is a major

supplier to both the domestic and

international markets.

Esseco UK has grown substantially over the

last 20 years and progress will continue

through investment in and development of

its products, core skills and technologies.

Our current product range revolves around

the use of several key raw materials including

Sulphur, Carbon Dioxide, Ammonia, Alkali

Hydroxides and several key organic acids.

These key raw materials are used to produce

a wide range of products which are supplied

into a broad range of industries.

The Company places a strong emphasis on

the quality of its products and services, of

which adherence to the Corporate Policies

and ISO 9001:2008 is an integral part.

Esseco UK is a wholly owned subsidiary of

Esseco Group based in Trecate, Italy

+44 (0) 1924 371919

+44 (0) 1924 290408

info@essecouk.com

www.essecouk.com

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Lactates

Leupeptin Hemisulfate

Lipoxidase

Lithium Nitrate

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Ligands & Compounds (inc

Phosphorus)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Liquid Fertilisers

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Lithographic Chemicals

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Lanolin Derivatives

Birchwood Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (020) 8207 3222

E: sales@birchwoodchem.co.uk

W: www.birchwoodchem.co.uk

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

Lignosulphonates

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Liquid Resins

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Liver Extracts &

Compounds

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Borregaard UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 285400

F: +44 (0)1925 285434

E: enquiries.uk@borregaard.com

W: www.lignotech.com

Your Total Chemical

Solutions Partner

Langley Smith & Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7247 7473

F: +44 (0)20 7375 1470

E: sales@langley-smith.co.uk

W: www.langley-smith.co.uk

Lithium Chloride

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Lithium Compounds

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Lubricant Additives

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Luminol

Titanium Dioxide

Waxes

Carbon Blacks

Polyisocyanates

Organoclays, Carbon Blacks, Silica Matting Agents, Dibasic Esters,

Epoxy Curing Agents, Propylene Carbonate, UV Absorbers

Our sales team are dedicated to working with

you to explore options and develop plans that

meet your business needs. From our external

salesforce to our internal customer support,

supply chain and management, we all

understand the importance of our roles in

delivering a seamless, efficient and trustworthy

source for your raw materials. As part of our ISO

standards we regularly discuss our performance

with our customers to ensure that we continue

to meet or exceed all of your expectations.

We promise to deliver:

n Consistently high quality raw materials

n Priced as agreed, with no hidden extras

n Delivered on time

n Backed by strong technical support

n Supported by a dedicated sales and

customer service team

Castlegate Business Park, Caldicot, Monmouthshire, NP26 5AD

Tel: + 44 (0) 1291 422747 Email: enquiry@uk.megachem.com Web: www.uk.megachem.com

Combined Chemical Services

(UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 213 620

F: +44 (0)7525 816 944

E:

sales@combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

W:

www.combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

Lithium Dodecyl Sulfate

(Lauryl Sulfate Lithium Salt)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Lycotex / Synthetic

Lycopodium

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Lysozyme

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

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Magnesium Carbonate

Magnesium Gluconate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Carbonate

(Pharmaceutical)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Hydroxide

INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS LTD

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Hydroxide

(Flame Retardants)

Bulk Chemicals

Packed Chemicals

UK Logistics

Toll & Contract Manufacturing

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Carbonate

(Various Grades)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Hydroxide

(Pharmaceutical)

ICL supply a wide variety of industry not

only throughout the UK, but also across

Europe and parts of Asia. These customers

range from large international “Blue Chip”

companies to small family businesses.

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Chloride

Anhydrous

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Magnesium Citrate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Hydroxide

(Various grades)

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Magnesium Nitrate

(Commercial)

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Water Treatment

Paper

Metal Treatment

Leisure

Power / Energy

ICL can work with you on any scale

to provide solutions for your process

requirements.

Blending & Mixing

Bulk Handling

Filtration

Grinding / Milling / Extrusion

Packaging

Spray Drying

KEY CONTACTS

General 01375 389000

Accounts 01375 389010

Transport 01375 389100

www.icgl.co.uk

Cleaning & Detergents

Food & Drink

Agricultural & Feed

Pharmaceutical

Aerospace

info@icgl.co.uk

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Magnesium Nitrate

(Commercial) (Cont)

Magnesium Oxide

Magnesium Oxide

(Electrical/Fused)

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Magnesium Nitrate (Pure)

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Magnesium Oxide (Direct

Compression Tabletting)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Magnesium Oxide

(Granular)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Oxide

(Pharmaceutical)

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Magnesium Stearate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Sulphate

(Epsom Salts)

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

n Suppliers of vanadium,

molybdenum, tungsten, nickel

and cobalt chemicals together

with many more.

n Able to provide customised

recycling solutions for spent

catalyst and other secondaries.

London Chemicals & Resources Ltd

General Wolfe House

High Street

Kent TN16 1PG

UNITED KINGDOM

T: +44 (0)20 7183 0651 E: info@lcrl.net W: www.lcrl.net

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Magnesium Oxide (Various

Grades)

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Magnesium Silicofluoride

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Magnesium Trisilicate

(B.P./E.P.)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Malic Acid

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

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Maltose Monohydrate

Menthol Crystals

Methyl Anthranilate

Methyl Phenyl Acetate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Manganese Nitrate

Solution

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Berkhamsted Toiletries Ltd

T: +44 (0)1296 630091

F: +44 (0)1296 630608

E: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

W: www.berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

Zanos Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1565 755899

F: +44 (0) 1565 755799

E: info@zanos.co.uk

W: www.zanos.co.uk

t: @zanosltd

Methyl Benzoate

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Methyl Red (C.I. 13020)

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

MES (2-

Morpholinoethanesulfonic

acid)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Methyl Methacrylate

Monomer (MMA)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Methyl Salicylate

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

Manganese Sulphate

Monohydrate

Metabolites

NiCHe Materials Ltd T:

+44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Methanol

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

Chemical Raw Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0)1428 648851

E: info@chemrawmat.co.uk

W: www.chemrawmat.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Manufacturing Raw

Materials

Berkhamsted Toiletries Ltd

T: +44 (0)1296 630091

F: +44 (0)1296 630608

E: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

W: www.berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

MedChem

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Menthol

Chemical Raw Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0)1428 648851

E: info@chemrawmat.co.uk

W: www.chemrawmat.co.uk

Synthite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1352 752521

F: +44 (0)1352 700182

E: sananiazi@synthite.co.uk

W: www.synthite.co.uk

Methoxy Acetic Acid

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Methyl Acetate

TRADEBE Chemical

T: +44 (0)1524 853053

F: +44 (0)1524 851284

E: uksales@tradebe.com

W: www.tradebe.co.uk

The company was formed by Peter Whiting 40 years ago and

has developed a strong reputation in the industry for

reliability, personal service and product sourcing. Today the

Company is run by Peter’s daughter Jane who continues the

ethos developed by her father. There is a dedicated team of

account handlers who look after the day to day needs of the

customers, giving the support they need when required.

Our customers benefit from

n A wide range of chemicals and food ingredients to meet your

needs sourced globally

n Assistance in sourcing new chemicals and food ingredients

n Use of our UK centrally located warehouse for fast and efficient delivery

n Prompt response to enquiries with attention to detail

n Complete personal management of your order from enquiry to delivery

n Longstanding partnerships with multi-national companies

n Experienced technical support available

n We are also the UK distributor for Chemische Fabrik Budenheim KG a leading

manufacturer of phosphates for the food industry

Peter Whiting Chemicals

8 Barb Mews, Hammersmith, London W6 7PA

Tel 020 7605 7880 Fax 020 7603 3240

sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

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Methyl-2-chloropropionate

Methylmagnesium Bromide

Methylsulfonylmethane

(MSM)

Mineral Oil Pharma

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Methylene Chloride

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Methylmagnesium Chloride

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Microfine Salt

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

Minerals for Food &

Pharmaceutical Use

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Methylhydrazine

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Cod Beck Blenders Ltd

T: +44 (0)1845 577117

F: +44 (0)1845 578372

E: enquiries@cbchem.co.uk

W: www.cbchem.co.uk

Micronised Waxes

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Mining Chemicals

Microspheres

(Thermoexpandable)

Impurity and

Reference Standards

We are the UK Distributor for Pharmaffiliates, who are India’s leading

standards and impurities producer. The key advantages for using us are:

n Option to customer for lower pack sizes of 25 mg and 50 mg

n Options of Customized pack sizes

n More number of Compounds and largest inventory holder presently

n Option of supply/availability of compounds which are presently not

listed in present catalogue

n All the Impurities will be supplied with Full Characterization

n ISO 17025 & USFDA accredited company also applied for ISO 34

n Competitive Pricing.

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Mineral Gluconates

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Mineral Oil

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

Mitomycin C

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Molybdenum Chemicals /

Molybdates

Arc Pharma (UK) Ltd

Unit 3 Curo Park, Frogmore, St Albans,

Hertfordshire, AL2 2DD

Tel: +44 (0)20 8427 2921

Mobile: +44 (0)7515 442095

Email: sales@arcpharma.co.uk

Web: www.arcpharma.co.uk

SIP Limited

T: +44 (0)20 7717 0100

F: +44 (0)20 7717 0105

E: enquiries@sip.com

W: www.sip.com

Combined Chemical Services

(UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 213 620

F: +44 (0)7525 816 944

E:

sales@combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

W:

www.combinedchemicalservices.co.uk

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Molybdenum Chemicals /

Molybdates (Cont)

London Chemicals &

Resources Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7183 0651

F: +44 (0)20 7987 7980

E: info@lcrl.net

W: www.lcrl.net

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

MOPS (3-

Morpholinopropanesulfonic

acid)

MUG (4-Methylumbelliferylbeta-D-glucuronide)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Muguet Carbinol

N,N-Diisopropylethylamine

(Honig’s base)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

N-Butyl Lithium

Monoammonium

Phosphate

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Monomers

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

MOPS Sodium Salt

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Mycophenolic Acid

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

n-Butylmagnesium

Chloride

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Monopotassium Phosphate

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Monopotassium Phosphate

(Food & Tech Grade)

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Monosaccharides

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Monosodium Phosphate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Mould Release Agents

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

PennWhite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1606 734 820

F: +44 (0)1606 837 867

E: info@pennwhite.co.uk

W: www.pennwhite.co.uk

t: @PennWhite

MTT (Thiazolyl blue

tetrazolium bromide)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

N PROPYL BROMIDE

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

N,N’-Carbonyldiimidazole

(CDI)

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

N,N’-

Diisopropylcarbodiimide

(DIC)

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

n-Dodecane

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

N-Ethyl Pyrrolidone

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

n-Heptane

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

n-Hexane

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

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N-Hydroxysuccinimide

(HOSu)

Nanomaterials, Quantum

Dots, Graphene Products

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

N-Methyl Pyrrolidone

99.5% purity

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

n-Octyl-beta-Dglucopyranoside

(OG)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

n-Pentane

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

NAD trihydrate (beta-

Nicotinamide adenine

dinucleotide)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

NADH Disodium Salt

Trihydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Nano Performance

Additives

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

Naphtha, Solvent

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Naphthalene, Refined, Ball

& Crystals

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Naphthalenes

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Naphthenic Acid

Orange Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1962 842525

F: +44 (0)1962 841101

E: sales@orangechem.co.uk

W: www.orangechem.co.uk

Natamycin (Pimaricin)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Natural & Unnatural Amino

Acids & Derivatives

Experts in Fluorination

Perfluorinated Fluids

F2 Chemicals Ltd utilise their ability to manufacture

elemental fluorine on demand to manufacture a wide

range of high purity perfluorinated fluids under the

Flutec trade name. The fluids are fully fluorinated and

contain only fluorine and carbon atoms. Their

properties include excellent thermal stability, chemical

inertness, electrical resistivity and gas solubility. They

are also non-toxic and non-flammable.

Flutec Fluids are specialist performance fluids that can

be used in a wide range of industries that includes

amongst others: oil, gas and atmospheric tracing;

building management; semiconductor manufacture;

cosmetics; medical applications; and dielectric fluids

for cooling high powered electronics.

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F2 Chemicals also have the technology to carry out

Selective Direct Fluorination utilising elemental

fluorine and organic compounds. We have the

expertise and capacity to manufacture SF5

compounds and fluorinated ketoesters, both of which

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We also utilise our fluorination skills to assist

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CONTACT US

SALES & TECHNICAL SUPPORT

SIP Limited

T: +44 (0)20 7717 0100

F: +44 (0)20 7717 0105

E: enquiries@sip.com

W: www.sip.com

Azure Specialty Chemicals

Limited

T: +44(0) 7770 983 290

E: enzo.costa@azurechem.com

W: www.azurechem.com

F2 Chemicals Ltd

Lea Lane

Lea Town

Nr. Preston

Lancashire

PR4 0RZ (UK)

Helen McNamee

Email:

helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

Tel:+44 (0) 1772 775804

Fax:+44 (0) 1772 775809

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Natural and Sustainable

Ingredients

Natural Oils (Refined)

Nickel Nitrate

Non Silicone Antifoams

Chemlink Specialities Ltd

(HARKE GROUP)

T: +44 (0)161 629 2129

F: +44 (0)161 629 2128

E: enquiries@chemlink.co.uk

W: www.chemlink.co.uk

t: @chemlink

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Natural Extracts

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

NBT (Nitroblue tetrazolium

chloride)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Neo Greenal

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

Ninhydrin

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Non-Ionic Surfactants

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

Nitric Acid

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Natural Oil Emulsions

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Neo Jasminoid

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Nickel Acetate

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Nickel Chemicals / Nickel

Salts

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Nitric Acid (Ferric Sulphate

Blend)

Gower Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1792 473344

E: contact@gowerchemicals.co.uk

W: www.gowerchemicals.co.uk

Nitrocefin

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Non-natural amino acids

(NAA)

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Novobiocin Sodium Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

NOx Nitrogen Oxide

Abatement/Reduction

Nitrofurantoin

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

London Chemicals &

Resources Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7183 0651

F: +44 (0)20 7987 7980

E: info@lcrl.net

W: www.lcrl.net

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

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Nuclear Fast Red (C.I.

60760)

Octafluoropropane

Oil Additives

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Nuclesides

Cornelius Group PLC

T: +44 (0) 1279 714 300

F: +44 (0) 1279 714 320

E: sales@cornelius.co.uk

W: www.cornelius.co.uk

t: @CorneliusGroup

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Octyl Salicylate

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Oil Field Chemicals

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Nutritional Supplements –

Raw Materials

Nystatin Dihydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Chemical Raw Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0)1428 648851

E: info@chemrawmat.co.uk

W: www.chemrawmat.co.uk

Odour Control Chemicals

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

o-Phthaldialdehyde

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

Synthite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1352 752521

F: +44 (0)1352 700182

E: sananiazi@synthite.co.uk

W: www.synthite.co.uk

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P-Benzoquinone

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Oilfield Chemicals

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Optoelectronic Chemicals

MegaChem (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 422747

E: enquiry@uk.megachem.com

W: www.uk.megachem.com

t: @MegachemUKLtd

Organocatalysts

Briar Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 242424

E: info@briarchemicals.com

W: www.briarchemicals.com

t: @BriarChemicals

P.C.M.X. (Para Chloro Meta

Xylenol)

Yara UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1472 889250

F: +44 (0)1472 889327

E: katie.oldfield@yara.com

W: www.yara.co.uk

Oleandomycin Phosphate

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Organic Glycerin

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

Oxacillin Sodium Salt

R A Watts Ltd

T: +44 (020) 8781 1818

F: +44 (020) 8781 1821

E: sales@rawatts.co.uk

W: www.rawatts.co.uk

Paint Additives

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Oleochemicals

Naissance Natural Ingredients

Ltd

T: +44 (0)1639 874637

E: info@naissance-ni.com

W: www.naissance-ni.com

Organic Intermediates

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Oxalic Acid

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

Azure Specialty Chemicals

Limited

T: +44(0) 7770 983 290

E: enzo.costa@azurechem.com

W: www.azurechem.com

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

OLEUM 30%

Oxalic Acid Dihydrate

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

PennWhite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1606 734 820

F: +44 (0)1606 837 867

E: info@pennwhite.co.uk

W: www.pennwhite.co.uk

t: @PennWhite

Oligomer Coatings

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Organo Clays

Oxazoles

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

p-Aminobenzamidine

dihydrochloride

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Paintmakers’ Chemicals

Oligonucleotides

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

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Pancreatin

(Various Strengths)

Paper Processing

Chemicals

Paraffin Wax

Peach Kernel Oil

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Papain

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Paper Release Coatings

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Paraffinum Liquidum (B.P.)

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Pearl Pigments

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Paper Makers’ Chemicals

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Paraformaldehyde

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Parabenzoquinone

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

Synthite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1352 752521

F: +44 (0)1352 700182

E: sananiazi@synthite.co.uk

W: www.synthite.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Partners in

Chemical Processing

Exwold is a contract chemical processing

company based in the UK. We have

decades of experience in formulating and

processing biocides & water treatment

products as well as working in many

other market sectors such as plastics,

surface coating, flame retardants and

crop protection.

Processing Type

We specialise in the granulation of solids by

technologies including low pressure extrusion,

compaction and coating. We offer extensive

powder blending capability and size reduction

of solids by crushing, milling and micronizing.

Through partnership, we look to add value to

your chemical manufacturing process and by

converting your powder products into granules

will provide you with a wide range of

attractive benefits, including:

• improved flow characteristics

• improved yields

• reduced dust explosion

• uniform particle size

• controlled particle hardness

• slow release of active ingredients such as

biocides

Support Services

ISO 9001 & 14001 Certified, Exwold can

support your requirements from development

quantities through to hundreds of tonnes of

product. Our range of support services include

quality control testing, pilot plant scale-up,

expert technical and project management and

an innovative approach to problem solving.

Exwold Technology Limited

PO Box 270, Brenda Road, Hartlepool TS25 2BW UK

T: +44 (0) 1429 230340 F: +44 (0) 1429 232996

E: enquiries@exwold.com www.exwold.com

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Penicillin G Sodium Salt

(Benzylpenicillin sodium

salt)

Peptide Synthesis

Reagents

Perfluorodecalin

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Penta Sandal

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Peptones

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Perfluorohexane

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Petroleum Ethers

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Pentaerythritol

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Peracetic Acid (BPR

Approved)

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Perfluoroperhydrophenanth

rene

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Petroleum Jellies

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

Peppermint Oil

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Perchloroethylene

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Periodic Acid

Ascot International Ltd

T: +44 0161 476 6161

F: +44 0161 476 5775

E: yogesh@ascot1.com

W: www.ascot1.com

t: @ascotuk

z

Berkhamsted Toiletries Ltd

T: +44 (0)1296 630091

F: +44 (0)1296 630608

E: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

W: www.berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk

Pepsin

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Pepstatin A

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Perfluorobutane

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Perfluorocarbon Fluids

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Perovskites

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Personal Care

Preservatives

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Pharmaceutical Chemicals

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Peptide Reagents

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

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Pharmaceutical Chemicals

(Cont)

Pharmaceutical

Intermediates

Kemprotec Limited

T: +44 (0)3333 442255

F: +44 (0)3333 442255

E: sales@kemprotec.co.uk

W: www.kemprotec.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Surfachem Group

T: +44 (0)113 394 9200

F: +44 (0)113 394 9201

E: info@surfachem.com

W: www.surfachem.com

t: @surfachem

Pharmaceutical Exporters

& Wholesalers

F2 Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1772 775804

F: +44 (0)1772 775809

E: helen.mcnamee@f2chemicals.com

W: www.f2chemicals.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Pharmacopeia USP EP NF

Materials

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Phenol Red

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Pharmaceutical Excipients

Durbin Plc

T: +44 (020) 8869 6500

F: +44 (020) 8869 6565

E: info@DurbinGlobal.com

W: www.DurbinGlobal.com

Pharmaceutical Ingredients

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Phenol Red, Sodium Salt

Water Soluble

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Syntor Fine Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1928 579 865

F: +44 (0)1928 579 734

E: info@syntor.co.uk

W: www.syntor.co.uk

t: @SyntorLtd

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

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Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Phenolic Resins

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Phenols

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Phenothiazine

Phenyl Ethyl Iso Amyl Ether

(Anther)

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Phenyl Ethyl Methyl Ether

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Phenyl Ethyl Phenyl

Acetate

Phenylmethanesulfonyl

Fluoride (PMSF)

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Phosphate Flame

Retardants

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Phosphate Ligands

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Phosphoenolpyruvate

Trisodium Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

OQEMA LIMITED

T: +44 (0) 1993 843 081

F: +44 (0) 1993 841 261

E: info@oqema.co.uk

W: www.oqema.co.uk

PHENOTHIAZINE PRILLS

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Phenyl Modified Silicones

Phosphates

Pearl Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1785 819747

F: +44 (0)1785 811567

E: enquiries@pearlchem.co.uk

W: www.pearlchem.co.uk

Phosphomycin Disodium

Salt

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Phenoxyethanol

Connect Chemicals UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1606 723534

F: +44 (0)1606 723535

E: info-ccuk@connectchemicals.com

W: www.connectchemicals.com

Phenyl Acetone

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Phenylmagnesium Bromide

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Phenylmagnesium Chloride

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

Lewis Associates

Surplus chemicals?

We buy surplus chemicals,

pharma intermediates, APIs etc.

n Recycle unwanted materials

• Avoid ever increasing disposal

costs

• Lower your impact on the

environment

• Client confidentiality assured

Lewis Associates buys surplus chemicals of all types, from basic

materials to speciality pharma intermediates and APIs.

Recycling unwanted raw materials through us offers an

environmentally considerate solution which is also cost effective.

Ultimately surplus stock will become waste and will have to be

disposed of at significant cost.

We offer a prompt and professional and confidential service. We

understand that sometimes the sale of surplus stock will be

commercially sensitive and always protect the identity of the seller.

tel: +44 7802 448101

email: andylewis@surpluschemicals.org

www.surpluschemicals.org

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Phosphonates

Phosphorus Acid

PIPES (Piperazine-1,4-

bis(2-ethanesulfonic acid))

J1 Technologies Ltd

T: +44 (0)161 875 2110

F: +44 (0)161 875 2129

E: kevin.burgess@j1technologies.com

W: www.j1technologies.com

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

Phosphoramidites

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Phosphoric Acid

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Phosphorus Compounds

Solvay

T: +44 (0)121 552 3333

F: +44 (0)121 541 3235

E: Produit.INFO@solvay.com

W: www.solvay.com

Phthalic Anhydride

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Picolines

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Plant Extracts

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Plasticisers

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Plasticisers, Polymeric

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Pluronic F-68

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Polyacrylates

Witton Chemical Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1638 716001

E: enquiries@witton.com

W: www.witton.com

Polyacrylic acid

homopolymer

Connect Chemicals UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1606 723534

F: +44 (0)1606 723535

E: infoccuk@connectchemicals.com

W: www.connectchemicals.com

Polyaluminium Chloride

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Phosphoric Acid 75%

(Dilutions on Request)

Pigments (see also colours)

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Plastics – Raw Materials

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

Polyaspartic Amines

Tan International Ltd

T: +44 (0)1738 632 909

F: +44 (0)1738 632 901

E: sales@taninternational.com

W: www.taninternational.com

Piperazine

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Cornelius Group PLC

T: +44 (0) 1279 714 300

F: +44 (0) 1279 714 320

E: sales@cornelius.co.uk

W: www.cornelius.co.uk

t: @CorneliusGroup

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

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Polyester Resins

Polyethylene Glycols

(PEGS)

Polyisobutylene (PIB)

Grolman Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 625236

F: +44 (0)1291 625949

E: info.uk@grolman-group.com

W: www.grolman-group.com

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Langley Smith & Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7247 7473

F: +44 (0)20 7375 1470

E: sales@langley-smith.co.uk

W: www.langley-smith.co.uk

PREA LTD

T: +44 (0)161 207 8007

E: prea@prea.co.uk

W: WWW.PREA.CO.UK

Polyether Amines

Polyethylene Waxes

Polymers

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

Polyether Modified

Siloxane

MegaChem (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 422747

E: enquiry@uk.megachem.com

W: www.uk.megachem.com

t: @MegachemUKLtd

Addi-Tec Ltd (HARKE GROUP)

T: +44 (0)161 629 2129

F: +44 (0)161 629 2128

E: info@addi-tec.co.uk

W: www.addi-tec.co.uk

Thomas Swan & Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1207 505131

F: +44 (0)1207 590467

E: enquiries@thomas-swan.co.uk

W: www.thomas-swan.co.uk

t: @ThomasSwanChem

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Langley Smith & Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7247 7473

F: +44 (0)20 7375 1470

E: sales@langley-smith.co.uk

W: www.langley-smith.co.uk

Varichem Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1495 312388

F: +44 (0)1495 312167

E: enquiries@varichem.co.uk

W: www.varichem.co.uk

Delivering chemical

solutions for over 25 years

Our mission is to deliver responsible

solutions to meet our customers’

requirements.

We represent producers from all over the

globe and with our comprehensive

Blending, Storage, and Logistics facilities

we are ideally suited to meeting our

customers needs.

Whether you are looking for a storage

facility, toll manufacture or speedy

delivery on a wide range of products,

we can provide the solution.

For further details visit us online at www.taninternational.com

Tayview Industrial Estate, Friarton Road, Perth PH2 8DG T: +44 (0)1738 632909 E: sales@taninternational.com

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Polymers (Cont)

Witton Chemical Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1638 716001

E: enquiries@witton.com

W: www.witton.com

Polymyxin B sulfate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Polymyxin B Sulphate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Polyquaternium (Series)

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Polysaccharides

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Polyurea Curing Agents

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Polyurethane Pre Polymers

Witton Chemical Co Ltd

T: +44 (0)1638 716001

E: enquiries@witton.com

W: www.witton.com

Porous Silicas

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Potassium Acetate

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Industrial Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1375 389000

F: +44 (0)1375 389112

E: info@icgl.co.uk

W: www.icgl.co.uk

Potassium Bifluoride

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Potassium Bisulphite

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Potassium Chemicals

London Chemicals &

Resources Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7183 0651

F: +44 (0)20 7987 7980

E: info@lcrl.net

W: www.lcrl.net

Potassium Chloride

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E:

russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

J1 Technologies, a speciality

chemical company

J1 Technologies, incorporated in 1999, is a

speciality chemical company focused on

the development of formulated products

and surface active agents, through

application testing and research.

Our product range has evolved by working

closely with our customers to solve

problems and optimise performance in a

wide range of industrial processes.

Currently it encompasses a combination

of standard products and unique

formulations specifically designed to meet

the requirements of individual customers.

J1 Technologies was one of the first

chemical companies in the UK to be issued,

by the Environment Agency, a permit under

The Integrated Pollution Prevention and

Control (IPPC) regulations, to manufacture

Surface Active Agents (Surfactants),

involving reaction.

Based in Trafford Park, Manchester, at the

heart of the UK motorway network, and

minutes from Manchester International

Airport, J1 Technologies world-wide

customer base can access our facilities and

services quickly and easily.

Continual development and appropriate

expansion has enabled J1 Technologies to

increase its range of services to customers

and serve their needs and expectations.

Speciality processes include:

Phosphation, sulphation, esterification,

amidation, neutralisation, emulsification,

dispersion. J1 Technologies also offer

manufacturing of products based on the

customer’s formulations from small trial

batches to bulk quantities. Products are

made to ISO 9001 standards using

procedures that have a low impact on the

environment.

Phone: +44 (0)161 875 2110 Fax: +44 (0) 161 875 2129

www.j1technologies.com

Potassium Bromide

WeylChem International GmbH

T: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2244

F: +49 (0) 69 506 820 2702

E: services@weylchem.com

W: www.weylchem.com

t: @WeylChem

Potassium Carbonate

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Wilfrid Smith Limited

T: +44 (0)1536 460020

F: +44 (0)1536 462400

E: info@wilfrid-smith.co.uk

W: www.wilfrid-smith.co.uk

t: @Wilfrid_Smith

Potassium Chloride

(Various Grades)

DA Chemicals Group Ltd (Incorp,

Taycrest Chemicals Ltd &

Distripak Ltd)

T: +44 (0)191 237 4743

F: +44 (0)191 237 4768

E: sales@dachemicals.com

W: www.dachemicals.com

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

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Potassium Formate

Potassium Permanganate

Potassium Silicofluoride

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Potassium Hydroxide

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Potassium Iodide

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Potassium Persulphate

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Potassium Sorbate

Peter Whiting (Chemicals) Ltd

T: +44 (0)207 605 7880

F: +44 (0)207 603 3240

E: sales@whiting-chemicals.co.uk

W: www.whiting-chemicals.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Potassium Hydroxide (B.P.)

Collinda Ltd

T: +44 (0)208 763 3790

F: +44 (0)208 763 3791

E: info@collinda.co.uk

W: www.collinda.co.uk

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Potassium Hydroxide Flake

and Liquor

Stowlin Croftshaw Ltd

T: +44 (0)116 278 5373

F: +44 (0)116 277 2616

E: info@stowlin.com

W: www.stowlin.com

Potassium Hydroxide

Powder

Quadrimex Chemical

T: +33 (0) 4 9078 7050

E: industrialsolutions@quadrimex.com

W: www.quadrimex.com

Potassium Iodate

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

William Blythe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1254 320000

F: +44 (0)1254 320001

E: info@williamblythe.com

W: www.williamblythe.com

t: @1williamblythe

Potassium Metabisulphite

Food Grade

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Potassium Metasilicate

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Potassium Nitrate

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

Potassium Silicate

Resource Chemical Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1280 843800

F: +44 (0) 1280 701705

E: mark@resourcechemical.ltd.uk

W: www.resourcechemical.co.uk

PROVIDING LIQUID AND POWDER BLENDING

SERVICES TO THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Potassium Sulphite

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Potassium Tertiary

Butoxide

Sholkem Chemie Associates Ltd

T: +44 (0)113 293 2524

F: +44 (0)113 350 3360

E: sholkem@ntlworld.com

W: www.sholkemchemie.com

Borregaard UK is an international chemicals company with extensive experience

in liquid and powder chemical processing, supply and distribution. The company

can now offer its well-proven capabilities to the wider chemical industry, offering

savings in production costs, and simplifying logistics.

What we offer:

• What Toll blending we and offer: contract packing

• Small to medium batch capacities, with

the facility to do liquid, powder and

l Liquid blending

powder-to-liquid blending

• Bulk powder handling, mixing and repacking into

lbags, Bulk drums, powder IBC’s and handling

tankers

• Bulk storage of blended products with the option

lto Powder fill into tankers, blending IBC’s drums & and packing kegs

How we can help:

• An in-house quality control laboratory

• Production facility with experienced personnel

• lExcellent Repacking relationships into with bags, groupage drums, and bulk

haulage companies, achieving very competitive rates

for

IBC’s

both national

& tankers

and international deliveries

• lNon-Disclosure Powder sieving Agreements can be prepared

quickly if required

l Bulk storage of blended products

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

Ferro Metal & Chemical Corp Ltd

T: +44 (0)118 965 3868

F: +44 (0)118 965 3860

E: info@fmccorp.co.uk

W: www.fmccorp.co.uk

Borregaard UK Ltd, Clayton Road, Birchwood,

Warrington, WA3 6QQ

Tel: 01925 285400

Fax: 01925 818048

Email: enquiries.uk@borregaard.com

www.lignotech.com

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Potassium Thiosulphate

Solution

Preservatives

Esseco UK Limited

T: +44 (0)1924 371919

F: +44 (0)1924 290408

E: russel.etherington@essecouk.com

W: www.essecouk.com

Precious Metal Catalysts

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Precision PEG Linkers

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Precursors for ALD CVD

and MOCVD

Chemlink Specialities Ltd

(HARKE GROUP)

T: +44 (0)161 629 2129

F: +44 (0)161 629 2128

E: enquiries@chemlink.co.uk

W: www.chemlink.co.uk

t: @chemlink

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Preservatives, Cosmetics

IMCD UK Ltd (Personal Care)

T: +44 (020) 8770 7090

E: cosmetics@imcd.co.uk

W: www.imcdgroup.com

t: @IMCDUKCOS

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Printing Chemicals

PennWhite Ltd

T: +44 (0)1606 734 820

F: +44 (0)1606 837 867

E: info@pennwhite.co.uk

W: www.pennwhite.co.uk

t: @PennWhite

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Propidium Iodide

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Propolis Extract

Birchwood Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (020) 8207 3222

E: sales@birchwoodchem.co.uk

W: www.birchwoodchem.co.uk

Printing Ink Chemicals

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1223 873028

F: +44 (0)1223 870207

E: enquiries@strem.co.uk

W: www.strem.co.uk

t: @stremuk

Azelis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1992 825555

E: pctech@azelis.co.uk

W: www.azelis.com

t: @azelisgroup

LEHVOSS UK LTD

T: +44 (0)1260 291000

E: contact@lehvoss.co.uk

W: www.lehvoss.co.uk

Slater & Frith Ltd

T: +44 (0)1692 584977

E: info@slaterandfrith.co.uk

Stowlin

Croftshaw

Radnor Road, South Wigston, Leicester, England, LE18 4XY

Tel: 0116 278 5373

Member of

2M Group of Companies

Fax: 0116 277 2616

Email: info@stowlin.com

A leading industrial chemical distributor and

manufacturer of blended cleaning products

Knowledgeable sales people offering expert advice to

all users of industrial chemicals.

Owned fleet of delivery vehicles with qualified and

experienced ADR drivers.

Official distributors of:

Cleaning and metal

pre-treatment

Mykal solvent and aqueous

cleaning products

Chemical blacking, polishing

materials and metal preservatives

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Propylene Carbonate

Pyrazoles

Quinoline

Release Agents

MegaChem (UK) Ltd

T: +44 (0)1291 422747

E: enquiry@uk.megachem.com

W: www.uk.megachem.com

t: @MegachemUKLtd

Proteinase K

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Psyllium Husks & Powder

Thomson & Joseph Ltd

T: +44 (0)1603 781217

F: +44 (0)1603 781149

E: enquiries@tandj.co.uk

W: www.tandj.co.uk

t: @TandJ_Agri

PTMEG Polyols

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Pyrazolone

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Pyridines

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Pyridoxal-5′- phosphate

monohydrate

Molekula Limited

T: +44 (0)3302 000 333

F: +44 (0)191 300 0069

E: sales@molekula.com

W: www.molekula.com

t: @MolekulaGroup

Pyrimidines

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

MEHK Chemicals Pvt. Ltd

T: 0091-22-27682497

or 0091-22-27614487

F: 0091-22-27682497

E: info@mehk.in

W: www.mehk.in

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Rapeseed Oil

NK Chemicals Europe Ltd

T: +44 (0)1924 844820

F: +44 (0)1924 849754

E: info@nkchemicals.com

W: www.nkchemicals.com

Reagents, Special

Manufacture & Formulation

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Release Emulsions

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Renewable Hydrocarbons

SIP Limited

T: +44 (0)20 7717 0100

F: +44 (0)20 7717 0105

E: enquiries@sip.com

W: www.sip.com

Arpadis UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1244 661666

F: +44 (0)1244 661766

E: s.phoenix@arpadis.com

W: www.arpadis.com

PVDF (Polyvinylidene

difluoride)

London Chemicals & Resources

Ltd

T: +44 (0)20 7183 0651

F: +44 (0)20 7987 7980

E: info@lcrl.net

W: www.lcrl.net

Pyrans

Pyrroles

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Quaternary Modified

Silicones

Basildon Chemicals

T: +44 (0)1235 526677

E: sales@baschem.co.uk

W: www.kcc-basildon.com

t: @Bas_Chem

Quinaldine (2 methyl

Quinoline)

Celtic Chemicals Ltd

T: +44 (0)1656 749358

F: +44 (0)1656 746490

E: sales@celticchemicals.co.uk

W: www.celticchemicals.co.uk

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Reductants

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Reference Standards

Renewable Solvents

SIP Limited

T: +44 (0)20 7717 0100

F: +44 (0)20 7717 0105

E: enquiries@sip.com

W: www.sip.com

Resin (Brominated)

Safic Alcan UK Ltd

T: +44 (0)1925 848110

F: +44 (0)1925 848119

E: info@safic-alcan.co.uk

W: www.safic-alcan.co.uk

Resin Dispersions

NiCHe Materials Ltd

T: +44 (0) 1202 67 1066

E: mike.norman@nichematerials.com

W: www.nichematerials.com

Pyrazines