The American Chemistry Council (ACC) represents a diverse set of companies engaged in the business of chemistry.

An innovative, $797 billion enterprise, which works to solve some of the biggest challenges facing our nation and our world. The ACC is committed to fostering progress in the American economy, environment and society.


Cefic is the forum and the voice of the chemical industry in Europe.

Cefic has 670 members and affiliates and represents 29,000 large, medium and small chemical companies in Europe, which directly provide 1.2 million jobs and account for 17% of world chemical production, complemented by partnerships with industry associations representing various sectors in the value chain. Cefic is a committed partner to EU policymakers, facilitating dialogue with industry and sharing expertise.


With a growing membership of companies and national associations, FECC represents around 1,600 companies of which many are small and medium sized companies (SMEs). FECC and its members contribute to innovation and sustainability besides adding value in the supply chain, by sourcing, developing, marketing, and distributing a wide range of specialty chemicals and ingredients to over one million downstream users ranging from automotive, electronics, paint, construction to pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food and nutrition industries, each with their own specialized needs.



ICCA The Worldwide Voice Of The Chemical Industry

ICCA represents chemical manufacturers and producers around the world. ICCA members account for more than 90 percent of global chemical sales, and more than 20 million people around the globe are employed directly or indirectly by the chemical industry.



The Chemical Industry Association of Chile ASIQUIM A.D. is the only union in Chile that groups different entities on the chemical industry sector and it's attached to SOFOFA the Federation of Chilean Industry.

At an international level, it's member of the International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) and the Latin American Petrochemical and Chemical Association (APLA).


APLA stands for Latin American Petrochemical and Chemical Association, whose members are the most important Chemical and Petrochemical Companies of each country.

APLA constitutes a Business Forum to boost and promote business in the Chemical and Petrochemical Sector. APLA Headquarters are in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
APLA's objectives are thought to provide clear benefits to its members.
1. Promote the relationship and mutual cooperation among Companies, Institutions, Research Centers and other organizations related to the Petrochemical Industry.
2. Provide means to facilitate contacts and business among Companies related to the Petrochemical business.
3. Promote the development of intense personal relationships in order to facilitate friendly links among Company's Officers.
4. Organize meetings, congresses, round tables and symposiums.
5. Elaborate reports and analytical market studies.
6. Train and develop the human resources required by the Petrochemical Industry in the Region.
7. Encourage the production of papers and research works related to the Sector.

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CIQyP - The Chamber of Chemical and Petrochemical Industry

The Chamber of Chemical and Petrochemical Industry founded in 1949 in Argentina, represents companies in the chemical and petrochemical sector. Among its main objectives are the responsibility of representing institutions in the chemical and petrochemical industry, promoting and encouraging competitiveness, growth and development in a sustainable manner.


CONIQQ - National College of Chemical and Chemical Engineering A. C

Since its foundation, CONIQQ has contributed to the improvement of the Chemical and Chemical Engineering professionals in Mexico, organizing congresses, courses, seminars, diplomas and certificates in 18 specialist areas. Professionals who are part of the school, are certified as experts in their specialty and have legal capacities to evaluate projects as well and perform expert reports in the event of accidents or legal requirements.


CPQCOL- Colegio Profesional De Química Colombia

Founded in Colombia since 1975, it's the professional Association in charge of preparing the code of ethics that rules the chemical industry professionals. Its main objectives included diffusion of chemistry wised events, government updates concerning the field, and promulgating responsible laws, regulations, practices and codes of conduct.


EARTO is a non-profit international association established in Brussels, where it maintains a permanent secretariat.

Vision: a European research and innovation system without borders in which RTOs occupy nodal positions and possess the necessary resources and independence to make a major contribution to a competitive European economy and high quality of life through beneficial cooperation with all stakeholders. Mission: to promote and defend the interests of RTOs in Europe by reinforcing their profile and position as a key player in the minds of EU decision-makers and by seeking to ensure that European R&D and innovation programmes are best attuned to their interests; to provide added-value services to EARTO members to help them to improve their operational practices and business performance as well as to provide them with information and advice to help them make the best use of European R&D and innovation programme funding opportunities.


EURADA - European Association of Development Agencies

EURADA, the European Association of Development Agencies is a non-profit organisation working to promote regional economic development through dialogue with the European Commission services, and transnational co-operation among members and regional development agencies. To this day, EURADA has strong international economic networks within different countries as China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and United States.


The European Chamber of Commerce in Singapore is composed of the European National Business Groups in Singapore as well direct corporate members. It represents the common interests of European businesses in promoting bilateral trade, services and investments between the countries of Europe and Singapore & the region. It provides European business with a communication and lobbying channel to Singaporean and European political & economic circles and are the sole European representative at the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) council.


IASP - International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation

IASP is the worldwide network of science parks and areas of innovation. It connects the professionals managing science, technology and research parks (STPs) and other areas of innovation and provide services that drive growth and effectiveness for our members. IAPS members enhance the competitiveness of companies and entrepreneurs of their cities and regions, and contribute to global economic development through innovation, entrepreneurship, and the transfer of knowledge and technology.


Intellectual Property Intermediary (IPI) Singapore

Intellectual Property Intermediary (IPI) was established under Singapore's Ministry of Trade and Industry. IPI connects Singapore-based businesses with solution providers to enhance innovation capability. IPI focuses on industry needs and translates their innovation objectives into specific technology requirements to enable enterprises to develop new processes, products and services. IPI's team comprises technology specialists with expertise across a wide spectrum of industries and skillsets to help companies tap expertise beyond their four walls.

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The Singapore Chemical Industry Council Limited (SCIC)

The Singapore Chemical Industry Council Limited (SCIC) is the official industry association representing the Singapore chemical industry in the private sector. It plays a proactive role in representing the interests of the local chemical industry and continues to promote it as a major economic pillar of Singapore. Its main objectives are the promotion of safety and protection of the environment during chemical industry operations. Also, to actively work with the government agencies and others in promulgating responsible laws, regulations, practices and codes of conduct to safeguard the health of the community, workplace and environment



CHEManager, the leading trade & business newspaper for the chemical and pharmaceutical industry

CHEManager provides managers and executives with crucial information to assist them in in their strategic business and investment decision processes. Up to date news, insightful interviews, substantiated market reports and technical articles have made CHEManager a must-read for the industry's leading heads. Please visit for daily updates, free e-news services, an extensive issue archive and much more.

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Chemical Today magazine

CHEMICAL TODAY' is a unique, global monthly magazine catering to chemistry & the chemical industry.

Magazine covers nearly 52 sectors annually. With a focus on 4 to 5 sectors each month, it gives access to latest happenings in the corporate sector as well as academic research. Other than the usual suspects – the Cover Story (Sector View), Features, Events and Interviews (Expert Viewpoint), Chemical Today will focus on Green Chemistry/Sustainability, IT In Chemicals, Automation, Safety Watch, Logistics and Research & Development (R&D) By Youngsters on a monthly basis.

A critical element in any corporate house, the content coverage includes the ‘Plant Visit' section. The coverage showcases strength of a company's production unit – the technology & equipment power, product capability and strategic views of management for further growth.

World of chemicals

World Of Chemicals is a powerful chemistry driven online marketplace, connecting everything related to chemistry and chemical industry. With distinct segments for Chemicals, Corporate, Academic, Services and Media, the portal creates a globally networked, ‘One Stop Solution,' for the chemical fraternity.

We believe in sourcing information related to chemicals (database of 800,000) - their availability, chemical properties, manufacturers, traders & distributors, academic-related research, logistic service providers, consultants and activities of major chemical players.