Nano Korea 2017: OCSiAl Asia Pacific continues to gain influence in the Korean market

OCSiAl Asia Pacific has strengthened its position in South Korea, one of the world’s major high-tech markets, by participating in the Nano Korea 2017 exhibition. TUBALL single wall carbon nanotube solutions for Li-ion batteries, anti-static coatings and silicones, developed together with key Korean stakeholders, attracted considerable interest from visitors and brought more than 300 potential clients to the OCSiAl booth.

Connecting the Korean silicone industry with high-end technologies: Grace Continental Korea partners with OCSiAl

Grace Continental Korea and OCSiAl Asia Pacific have signed a number of agreements that will blaze a trail for advancing the Korean silicone industry. This leading Korean manufacturer of silicone is expanding its range of products by introducing to the market high-performance silicones and PSA films produced with OCSiAl’s TUBALL single wall carbon nanotubes, one of the most promising new materials.

Advancing the Japanese chemical industry: Kusumoto Chemicals and OCSiAl announce the manufacturing and marketing of TUBALL-based products in Japan

Kusumoto Chemicals and OCSiAl have officially entered into a collaboration that will result in the manufacturing and marketing of innovative additives for producing high-performance end products. The two partners are confident that advanced TUBALL single wall carbon nanotube-based concentrates will trigger a big step forward compared with conventional additives.

Haiyi and OCSiAl partner together for the Chinese battery market

Haiyi is launching the production and marketing of TUBALL BATT, a dispersion of single wall carbon nanotubes that is an advanced solution for Li-ion and lead–acid batteries. OCSiAl’s technology is a major step forward in the evolution of batteries, allowing a 10% increase in energy density.

OCSiAl to set up the world's largest nanotube production facility in Luxembourg

The Ministry of the Economy and the Ministry of Finance of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and OCSiAl, a manufacturer of advanced materials, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on the construction of a production facility for single wall carbon nanotubes with an annual capacity up to 250 tonnes and a centre for applied nanotechnology. The first stage of the facility is scheduled for launch in 2020. This manufacturing and R&D complex will become the world’s largest centre for the synthesis and industrial application of single wall carbon nanotubes, which are one of the most promising new materials.