Chemical Suppliers: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Company Introduction: Founded in 1960, the Dovechem Group is one of the leading chemical solvent distributors in Asia Pacific engaged in Distribution, Manufacturing, Terminaling and Logistics for the petrochemical related industries. Today, the Dovechem Group of Companies straddles across 7 Asian countries with offices in 10 major cities in the Asia Pacific region. With our ethos "Regional Presence, Local Influence" we expect to expan our successful and comprehensive network to provide a meaningful value addedd partnership to the supply chain.
Company Introduction: The Company that is known today as Esprix Technologies was born as a division of the international fine chemicals business of the Koch Chemical Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc., of Wichita, Kansas. In 1982, this division became an independent entity, known as Nachem, Inc. Based in Braintree, Massachusetts, Nachem flourished as a worldwide supplier of fine chemicals. One of the companies represented by Nachem was Yorkshire Chemicals PLC, based in Leeds, England.,Yorkshire acquired Nachem, Inc. in 1988, with the aim of establishing an American marketing base for its products. The company's name was changed to Yorkshire-Nachem, Inc.,The new company experienced rapid growth and relocated to larger facilities in Rockland, Massachusetts in 1990. The following year, the businesses within Yorkshire-Nachem were differentiated by the creation of the Esprit Chemical Company, a new division with a focus on non-Yorkshire produced performance chemicals. In August 1993, the Esprit Chemical Company, an independent entity no longer affiliated with Yorkshire-Nachem, Inc. established its new headquarters in Sarasota, Florida. As a separate company, Esprit achieved success in a number of product areas. In 1997, the Company moved to new Sarasota offices at Esprit Plaza, a two-acre site conveniently located near Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport and accessible to the area's major highways.,In the year 2000, Esprit Chemical Company evolved into Esprix Technologies in order to more clearly define itself as a provider of state-of-the-art technology and materials, many of which are not chemicals. Through this evolution, Esprix has gone from being a materials supplier to an active participant in enhancing and implementing new innovations, improving existing technologies and providing its customers with the latest developments in strategic areas. While adopting a dynamic new logo, Esprix retains its "spirit", its focus on partnership and its commitment to superior customer service.
Company Introduction: The Dead Sea Bromine Group (DSBG) is the world抯 largest producer of elemental bromine and a recognized leader in the development and supply of a growing family of bromine compounds. DSBG plays a major role in the global bromine market and its achievements emanate from its quality, reliability and innovation. Over 5000 customers on five continents rely on DSBG products.
Company Introduction: Natural Advantage was formed over four years ago to supply the growing demand for natural food and flavor ingredients. Since that time we have grown considerably and now operate three branches throughout the United States to better handle the needs of our clients. Located in central New Jersey is our marketing and food science lab. On the production side, we have two facilities; a large-scale production site in South Carolina and a smaller scale facility out of southern Louisiana. We employ a wide range of multi-disciplined scientists who are dedicated to high quality service, customer satisfaction and creating an outstanding value for our clients.
Company Introduction: Overview: Today Quaker State is a leading brand in the United States motor oil category, both in share and innovation. Quaker State products are specially formulated for a vehicle抯 engine, and are marketed in over 45 countries around the world. History: 昋uaker State Corporation was created in 1931 by a consolidation of 19 companies. 昈n December 30, 1998, Quaker State Corporation was merged with Pennzoil Company's marketing, manufacturing and fast oil change businesses to form Pennzoil-Quaker State Company, a worldwide leader in consumer automotive products and vehicle care. 昈n October 1, 2002, the acquisition of Pennzoil-Quaker State Company by Shell Oil Company, an affiliate of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies, was completed. In May of 2003, Pennzoil-Quaker State Company began doing business as SOPUS Products. Combining Shell lubricant's networks and infrastructure and Pennzoil-Quaker State Company's leading motor oil brands, portfolio of car care brands and Jiffy Lube stores, the new company is a leader in the U.S. lubricants and car care business. Products: 昋uaker State has a full line of motor oils include the following: 昋uaker State Peak Performance, a conventional motor oil 昋uaker State Higher Mileage Engine for engines with over 75,000 miles 昋uaker State 4x4 & SUV Synthetic Blend for harder working engines 昋uaker State High Horsepower Synthetic Blend 昋uaker State Advance Engine Full Synthetic 旳ll specialty oils, including synthetic blends and full synthetic, are uniquely packaged in a clear bottle. Other Quaker State consumer products include air and oil filters, grease, gear oil and a full line of automatic transmission fluids Facilities: 昐even proprietary blending and packaging plants produce Quaker State products; these facilities are located in Portland, OR; Los Angeles, CA; Galena Park, TX; Wood River, IL; Vicksburg, MS; Congo (Newell), WV; and Charleston, SC 昋uaker State products undergo testing and development at a state-of-the-art technology center and mechanical development facility located in Houston, TX 昑he Quaker State brand is located in Houston, Texas as part of Shell Oil Products, U.S. headquarters