OCSiAl Asia Pacific has announced the launch of its Partnership Programme for Korean companies. “TUBALL single wall carbon nanotubes are a universal additive with extraordinary properties. By adding it to materials, you can create high-performance elastomers, coatings, composites, plastics, batteries and many other materials. This is exactly what is needed in the rapidly developing Korean market and this is the reason why we have seen such deep interest in our single wall carbon nanotubes,” said Kim Youngsup, OCSiAl Asia Pacific Commercial Director. The unique Partnership Programme initiated by the company covers Korean chemical and advanced materials manufacturers and distributors, as well as producers of high-performance end products.
“Korea is one of the most rapidly developing markets in the world, and, accordingly, it is also a pioneer in developing advanced materials. Our company can declare a number of highly successful projects that we were able to start and gain efficiency in a very short period of time. Two such projects that use TUBALL nanotubes are Grace Continental with its new generation of conductive and coloured silicones, and Seohyun TechChem with its innovative suspensions for anti-static coatings. This proven track record demonstrates that the Korean market is ready, and we look forward to further expanding our local partner network,” said Viktor Kim, CEO of OCSiAl Asia Pacific. A set of market-available products produced with TUBALL nanotubes by Korean companies will be showcased at Nano Korea 2018 in KINTEX on 11–13 July, at booth #D30.
OCSiAl Asia Pacific has recently celebrated 3 years of its presence in the Korean market. The company is taking a dynamic approach in developing the chemicals, composites, plastics, batteries, elastomers, coatings and other huge markets and OCSiAl as a whole now has more than 1000 clients all around the world. In April 2018, OCSiAl Asia Pacific held a Workshop and Conference on Innovative Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes: From Laboratory to Industry, in Daejeon. This event sparked huge interest from R&D and academic societies, initiating a large number of enquiries and new business contacts.
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