Our Partners

Cabot Corporation

Cabot Corporation (NYSE: CBT) is a leading global specialty chemicals and performance materials company headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Our businesses deliver a broad range of products and solutions to customers in every corner of the globe, serving key industries such as transportation, infrastructure, environment and consumer. We provide performance solutions that solve customers' challenges today while preparing them to meet tomorrow’s needs. Our commitment to innovation is driven by a passion to advance our customers' businesses through our deep understanding of their industries and the global trends that impact their operations

Flow Polymers, LLC

Flow Polymers has almost 30 years of experience in manufacturing compatibilizing additives, as well as a vast history of formulating hundreds of dispersions for all types of processes. Flow's attention to customer service, quick turnaround time for samples, new product innovation, and consistent product quality, has made it the company customers go to when they need a solution.


At The HallStar Company, we pride ourselves on delivering customized, cost-effective solutions for our customers. Our focus is on addressing our customers’ unique needs, and in doing so HallStar will remain at the forefront of ester chemistry, an ever-changing industry.

HRS Silicone Technology

HRS Co., Ltd. was established in 1981 and developed silicone rubber compounds for the first time in Korea. We have focused on silicone rubber business for the last 30 years. Now we have a variety of products such as HTV, LSR, RTV, and TSP(thermal conductive silicone rubber).

Kumho Petrochemical

KKPC believes that 'customer are the foundation of our business.' KKPC has a corporate value that consider the satisfaction of our customers a central aspect of our bisiness. KKPC continously strives to provide better products and better services, as well as the best quality products and technology, for the true satisfaction of our customers

Kumho Polychem

Kumho Polychem was established as a joint venture between Korea Synthetic Rubber Industry Co.,Ltd. (Now Kumho Petrochemistry Co.,Ltd.) and Japan Synthetic Rubber Co., Ltd. (Now JSR Co., Ltd.) with the government policy of heavy chemical industry growth plan and the plan to domestically produce the raw materials. With the introduction of the technology of Exxon Mobil from the US in 1988, it has been experiencing constant growth and development as a venture enterprise with international competitiveness.

Showa Denko

Sobo Marine Products K.K. was established by Showa Denko (SDK) founder, Nobuteru Mori, to manufacture and sell iodine in Chiba Prefecture. Sobo Marine Products subsequently developed into Nihon Iodine K.K.

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