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VanDeMark Chemical Inc.

1 N Transit Rd
Lockport, NY 14094-2323
Main Phone: 716-433-6764
Fax: 716-433-2850
Web site:

Description: VanDeMark is the leading producer of merchant phosgene in North America, an essential chemical for the production of many pharmaceuticals, dyes, agricultural chemicals, and plastic products and is the worlds leading producer of Para-Toluene Sulfonyl Isocyanate (PTSI), a moisture scavenger considered critical in the formulation of urethane-based coatings, adhesives and sealants. Additionally VanDeMark produces a wide range of phosgene derivatives including chloroformates, acid chlorides, isocyanates, vilsmeier reagent, carbonates, carbamates, carbazates and other proprietary intermediates meeting the requirements of its customers.

VIAKEM, S.A. de C.V.

Av. Manuel L. Barragan 701, interior T
San Nicolas De Los Garza 66425
Main Phone: 52-81-19586100
Fax: 52-81-19586115
Web site:
@viakemrh viakem

Description: Viakem Fine Chemicals (formerly Pyosa Fine Chemicals), an independent Mexican company founded in 1940, is the reliable and competitive first choice partner for the supply of Agro Fine Chemicals to global companies. Located in Monterrey, Mexico, Viakem serves international customers from its extensive production facilities, meeting stringent environmental standards. With an efficient project engineering department, the company can safely handle challenging chemicals, perform a wide spectrum of chemistries and move fast with difficult-to-make products. Advantages of Mexico as a production base for fine chemicals (logistics, reliability, infrastructure, legal system, intellectual property protection) and long-term stability are among the benefits that Viakem brings to its Customers.

Volunteer Pastilles, LLC

1382 Broadway St
Dayton, TN 37321-1805
Main Phone: 423-775-8823
Web site:

Description: Provides pastillating services and processing for chemical manufacturers looking to alter the morphology of their product to pellet-like form.

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