Established in 2006, the Finnish environmental service company REACHLaw Ltd is specialised in productized services between the global industry and the new European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) in Helsinki, Finland.
The first ever Chemspec Middle East takes place in Hall 8 of the Dubai World Trade Centre on 29-30 November. This show is part of the natural progression for the Chemspec brand as the Gulf region continues to develop beyond its original base in oil, gas and petrochemicals and into fine and speciality chemicals.
Staying up-to-date, through continuous professional training and development, can directly improve job performance. However, with company travel restrictions, budget cuts and shortage of time – it is becoming more and more difficult to factor important training into day-to-day work.
REACHReady is the one-stop shop for REACH and CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) support.
Recently, the EU has accepted the in vitro skin irritation test using reconstituted human skin as stand alone test to determine the skin irritancy potential of a substance within a testing and evaluation strategy.
Chemspec USA was created and is being launched because the market believed there should be another choice in North America for a chemical event.
Many scientists around the world have come to rely upon previous editions of the Microplate Catalogue from Porvair Sciences Ltd. as a primary source of information that enables them to choose the right assay, filter, storage or PCR plate.
Evonik Industries has decided to divest its carbon black business following a period of evaluation of its future that began at the start of this year. The company has now taken on an investment bank to organise the process.
Albemarle has begun its largest capital investment in the Asia-Pacific region, in the form of a catalysts site at Yeosu in South Korea’s Jeollanam-do province that mirrors an existing world-scale facility in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Three employees of a contracting company were killed in an accident in the fermentation facilities of DSM’s site in Capua, southern Italy, on 11 September. The cause is still not clear and investigations by both the company and local authorities are still continuing.