Suppliers of chemicals used to manufacture automotive components.
2V Industries, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
A provider of specialized chemical manufacturing and processing services. Application areas include metalworking fluids such as industrial coolants, cleaners, forming compounds, surface treatment chemicals as well as exotic and conventional plant lubricants.
3M Automotive in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A global supplier of products for automotive exteriors, interiors, powertrain/chassis, and for use in automotive manufacturing/assembly. Products include abrasives, acoustic and vibration damping, adhesives and tapes, cabin air filters, catalytic converter mat mounts and insulation, electrical connectors, fasteners, fluoroelastomers, graphic films, heat-shrink moldings, lighting, mirror buttons, nameplates and badging, optical films, plant cleaning and safety products, paint protection and replacement films, security labeling, and lead-free wheel weights.
3N International, Inc. in Akron, Ohio.
A supplier of friction materials including antimony trisulphide, antimony pentasulphide, tin sulphide, tin disulphide, molybdenum disulphide, bismuth trisulphide, steel wool, stainless steel fiber, copper fiber, copper powder, tin powder, nickel powder, and tungsten powder.
AISIN Chemical Indiana, LLC in Crothersville, Indiana.
Manufactures wet friction materials for automatic transmission applications.
Alcoa, Inc. in New Kensington, Pennsylvania.
A research and development center for light metals.
Alroko, Inc. in Pleasantville, New York.
A supplier of brake friction raw materials and mixes as well as equipment and machinery for producing and testing brake friction materials.
American Azide Corporation in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A manufacturer of sodium azide. Applications include automotive airbag systems.
Arkema Inc. in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
Products include automotive air conditioning refrigerants; hot melt adhesives for automotive interior applications; impact and abrasion resistant coatings for automotive trim, gears, and seat belt fastener applications. This site is responsible for all research and development in North America.
Asbury Wilkinson, Inc. in Burlington, Ontario.
A supplier of graphite and other carbons. Products include natural flake, crystalline vein, microcrystalline (amorphous) and synthetic graphites, calcined petroleum coke, metallurgical coke, anthracite coal, activated carbon, carbon black, carbon and graphite fibers.
Ashland Inc. in Covington, Kentucky.
A supplier of polymers for automotive composites, plastics, coatings, metal casting materials, lubricants and car-care products.
Axim Mica in Garden City Park, New York.
A supplier of high temperature Mica products and insulators such as Mica sheets, tubes, tapes, washers and wrappers.
BASF Catalysts, LLC in Huntsville, Alabama.
Manufactures automotive emissions control catalysts and chemical materials such as precious metal salts and solutions, special-effect pigments, metal coatings, etc.
BASF Corporation in Florham Park, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of automotive chemicals and related products, including paints and specialty plastics.
BASF Corporation in Tarrytown, New York.
Provides specialty chemicals with interior, exterior and under-the-hood applications.
Bayer Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of polyurethane coatings raw materials, engineering thermoplastics, polyurethane systems, composites, nanomaterials and raw materials, and systems and raw materials for coatings, adhesives and sealants. Automotive applications include headlamps, polycarbonate glazing, body panels, front and rear systems, interior trim and paint and coatings.
Cabot Corporation in Boston, Massachusetts.
A global chemical manufacturing company that specializes in producing and handling the surface chemistry of fine particles for use in the automotive market.
Calvary Industries, Inc. in Fairfield, Ohio.
A chemical formulator of metalworking lubricants and coolants. Services include custom processing and toll blending, etc.
Chemetall U.S., Inc. in New Providence, New Jersey.
A provider of metal surface treatment solutions.
Chemque, Inc. in Rexdale, Ontario.
A manufacturer of specialty high performance polymers. Products are primarily two-component or moisture curing systems, including epoxy, polyurethane, silicone, hybrid resins as well a patented foam-in-place gasketing technology. These polymers are used for adhesives, clear coating trim, BSR abatement, electronic potting/encapsulation and foam-in-place gasketing.
Chemtool, Inc. in Crystal Lake, Illinois.
A supplier of automotive lubricants, metal working fluid, hydraulic fluid and gear oil. Product application areas include cleaners; cutting and grinding fluids; die cast lubricants; drawing and stamping; greases; heat transfer fluids; quenchants; rust removers/rust preventives; urethane, composite and rubber releases; and water treatment.
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC in The Woodlands, Texas.
A producer of olefins and polyolefins and a supplier of aromatics, alpha olefins, styrenics and specialty chemicals, piping and proprietary plastics. Also a supplier of Ryton PPS, an engineering thermoplastic, used to produce fuel rails, coolant parts, sensors and other underhood components for the automotive industry.
Cole Chemical & Distributing, Inc. in Houston, Texas.
Markets and distributes fuel, lubricants, laboratory chemicals and resins to the automotive and other industries. Products include acids, alcohols, alkalis, aliphatic naphthas, amines, aromatic hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, glycols, glycol ethers, ketones, etc.
Custom Resins, Inc. in Henderson, Kentucky.
A supplier of custom thermoplastic processing resins and polymeric resources. Products include norpex, nylene and vexel etc.
Cytec Industries, Inc. in West Paterson, New Jersey.
A supplier of resins for automotive coating applications.
Diversified Chemical Technologies, Inc. in Detroit, Michigan.
Manufactures specialty chemical products for the automotive and other industries. Product application areas include stamping, blankwashing, and hydroforming compounds; water-based parts washing compounds; rust preventatives (water- and oil-based corrosion inhibitors); coolants (synthetic, and semi-synthetic materials for machining, grinding and cutting operations); iron phosphate conversion coatings; cold and hot forging compounds; roll forming cooling, forming, and rust protection compounds.
Dow Automotive in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of acoustical and thermal management systems, structural enhancement systems, structural and acoustical foams, glass bonding systems, sealing systems, structural adhesives, reinforcing composites, injection-molded dash mats, injection-molded engine covers and barriers, damping and sound absorption, etc.
DuPont Automotive Systems in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of DuPont™ Suva® brand 134a automotive refrigerant as well as performance coatings, specialty fibers, specialty polymers including automotive coatings (paints), transparent sheeting for laminating safety glass, engineering polymers and fibers such as glass-reinforced nylon for air intake manifolds, aramid fibers, material for engine mounts and air springs, various seals, upholstery fabrics and resins for noise barrier applications in door panels.
Evonik Degussa Corporation in Parsippany, New Jersey.
Supplies catalysts for gasoline, diesel, CNG and other applications to the automotive industry. Manufactures acrylic sheet and acrylic molding and extrusion compounds. Automotive applications include anti-reflective sheets, abrasion resistant sheets, impact acrylic molding and extrusion compounds, acrylic-polycarbonate alloys, and clear films. Supplies carbon blacks, precipitated silicas, and silanes to the tire and rubber industries.
EWIE Company, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A provider of commodity & chemical management services. Areas of expertise include cutting tools, abrasives, special tools and industrial supplies.
Ferro Corporation in Mayfield Heights, Ohio.
A producer of performance materials such as glass coatings, ceramic glaze and porcelain enamel coatings, pigments; electronic materials; specialty plastic compounds; polymer additives; and plastic color, including color concentrates and liquid colors.
Fortech Products, Inc. in Brighton, Michigan.
A supplier of corrosion resistant paints for the automotive and other industries. Other products include stamping/drawing compounds such as bar drawing & stamping oil, heavy-duty water-based compounds, synthetic water-based fluids, oil-based fluids for ferrous and non-ferrous metals, wire drawing compounds, viscous water-mix fluid, viscous chlorinated "honey" oil, etc. as well as abrasive silicon carbide lapping compounds.
H.C. Starck Inc. in Newton, Massachusetts.
Produces metal and ceramic powders, non-ferrous metals, intermediates for advanced ceramics, and processes these materials into semi-finished and finished parts. Also produces thermal spray powders.
Henkel Corporation in Rocky Hill, Connecticut.
A supplier of adhesives, sealants, and coatings, etc. Application areas include engine and powertrain, exterior and interior systems and components as well as automotive electronics and fuel cells.
Henkel Technologies in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of pre-paint treatments to the automotive industry. Applications range from initial body-in-white stages (including metal stamping lubricants, hi-lite compounds and pre-cleaners), through cleaning and pre-treating of both metal and plastic substrates, to tire lubricant, decal lubricant, and final vehicle wash.
Hexion Inc. in Columbus, Ohio.
A global producer of thermosetting resins used in automotive applications including friction materials for brakes & transmissions, felt bonding for insulating materials, coatings & resins for metal castings, resins primers & topcoats, tackifiers for tires, coatings and resins for electronics, and molding compounds and engineered thermoplastics for various interior and exterior trim parts, housings, connectors, mounts and casings.
Houghton International, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A supplier of specialty chemicals, metalworking products, fire resistant fluids, rust preventatives, quenching oils, die-casting release agents, cleaners and chemical management programs.
Houghton International, Inc. in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of specialty chemicals, oils and lubricants for metalworking and metal finishing.
Huntsman, LLC in The Woodlands, Texas.
Manufacturer of chemical products for the automotive and other industries.
Imerys Graphite & Carbon in Westlake, Ohio.
A supplier of graphite and carbon. Application areas include lithium batteries, friction materials, powder metallurgy & hard metals, lubricants, catalysts, polymer additives for use in fuel hoses, seals, etc.
International Products Corporation in Burlington, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of temporary rubber lubricants and aqueous cleaners. Lubricants are used in the automotive industry for the installation of o-rings, grommets, bushings, seals, hoses and other parts. Cleaner applications include removal of grease, oil, particulates and other soils from metal, glass, plastic, ceramic and other surfaces.
Kureha America, Inc. in New York, New York.
A supplier of advanced materials, specialty chemicals. Products include polyphenylene sulphide (PPS) resin, polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) resin, organic & inorganic chemicals, barrier resins, and lithium ion battery binder materials, etc. Application areas include automotive headliners, lithium ion batteries,
LANXESS Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of performance chemicals, chemical intermediates, engineering plastics, and performance rubber sectors. Products include plastics polyamide/nylon 6 and nylon 6/6, ABS, SAN, PBT; butadiene and nitrile rubber; rubber and plastics additives for use as plasticizers, blowing agents, bonding agents, flame retardants, curing and vulcanizing agents; colorants and pigments for use with transparent and opaque plastic components, such as brake or rear light covers; ferric oxide chemicals for airbag gas generators; and additives for automotive paints and coatings.
Lord Corporation in Cary, North Carolina.
Designs, manufactures and markets devices and systems to manage mechanical motion and control noise and vibration; formulates, produces and sells general purpose and specialty adhesives and polyurethane coatings; and develops products and systems utilizing magnetically responsive technologies.
Lord Corporation in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Suspension components, body panels, mechanical products for vibration, shock, noise & motion control.
Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky.
A supplier of CPVC resins and compounds as well as PVC emulsions.
Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A supplier of Estane® TPUs that offer polyester- and polyether-based products with hardness properties ranging from 70 Shore A to 80 Shore D. Flame retardant grades are available for extrusion and injection molding applications. Estaloc® RETPs offer glass and mineral reinforced thermoplastic polyurethane products and thermoplastic polyurethane alloys with a flex modulus range from 50 kpsi to 2MM psi and tensile strength up to 16,000 psi. A supplier of Estane® TPUs that offer polyester- and polyether-based products with hardness properties ranging from 70 Shore A to 80 Shore D. Flame retardant grades are available for extrusion and injection molding applications. Estaloc® RETPs offer glass and mineral reinforced thermoplastic polyurethane products and thermoplastic polyurethane alloys with a flex modulus range from 50 kpsi to 2MM psi and tensile strength up to 16,000 psi.
Lucite International, Inc. in Memphis, Tennessee.
A supplier of polymers, resins and acrylic coatings to the automotive and other industries.
MacDermid, Inc. in Waterbury, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of specialty chemical processes for the metal and plastic finishing, electronics and other industries.
Mitsui Chemicals America, Inc. in Rye Brook, New York.
A supplier of polymers, engineering plastics and functional materials. Products include adhesive and phenolic resins, polyolefins, copolymers, thermoplastic olefinic elastomers, and synthetic oils and rubbers. Automotive application areas include fuel tank systems, coolants/cooling system components, interior trim, exterior parts, interior skin, brake systems, bumper fascias and electrical components.
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. in Waterford, New York.
A supplier of silicones and advanced materials.
Novasol North America, Inc. in Burlington, Ontario.
A supplier of Di Methyl Carbonate. Automotive applications include anti-freeze and lubricants.
OMNOVA Solutions Inc. in Beachwood, Ohio.
Designs, develops, produces and markets emulsion polymers, specialty chemicals, and decorative and functional surfaces.
PAVCO® in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of electroplating chemicals and electroplating systems. Product lines include zinc, zinc alloy, chrome and nickel systems, conversion coatings, organic and inorganic topcoats.
Praxair, Inc. in Danbury, Connecticut.
A supplier of industrial-gases used in the production of automotive components such as argon, nitrogen, oxygen, helium and specialty gases like dichlorosilane that are used for auto-related materials and parts production. Products include a range of gas handling equipment and systems.
Quaker Chemical Corporation in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
A developer, producer, and marketer of custom-formulated chemical specialty products and a provider of chemical management services for manufacturers in the steel and automotive industries.
Reade Advanced Materials in Providence, Rhode Island.
A SDVOSB manufacturer and custom processor of specialty chemical solids (metal, mineral, ceramic, composite, conductive, magnetic, powder, strip, wire, nanoparticle, metal foam, ceramic foam, natural fibers, additives, reinforcements, processing, blending, packaging).
REHAU Incorporated in Leesburg, Virginia.
A manufacturer of polymer extrusion, injection molded thermoplastic automotive components.
Solutia, Inc. in St. Louis, Missouri.
A provider of performance films for laminated safety glass and after-market applications such as resins; resins and additives for coatings, and nylon products such as high-performance polymers and fibers.
Solvay Solexis, Inc. in West Deptford, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of specialty materials such as fluoroelastomers, fluorinated fluids, and fluoropolymers.
Solvay USA, Inc. in Cranbury, New Jersey.
A specialty chemical supplier. Products include engineering plastics and silicas used in the automotive and other industries.
Starlim North America Corporation in London, Ontario.
A processor of liquid silicone.
Superior Graphite Co. in Chicago, Illinois.
A supplier of graphite additives for use in automotive and other powder metal components.
Teknor Apex Company in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
A provider of custom thermoplastic elastomer (TPE), PVC and ETP compounds as well as color concentrates.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in Akron, Ohio.
Specializes in tires, hoses, belts, interior trim, air springs, and molded rubber products.
The Lubrizol Corporation in Wickliffe, Ohio.
A specialty chemical company. Supplies lubricant additives for engine oils, other transportation-related fluids and industrial lubricants as well as additives for gasoline and diesel fuel. Also makes performance coatings in the form of specialty resins and additives.
Toyobo U.S.A, Inc. in New York, New York.
A supplier of functional polymers and materials to the automotive and other industries.
Uniseal, Inc. in Evansville, Indiana.
A manufacturer of custom designed automotive products including sealants, adhesives, cellular foam products, thermoplastics and structural reinforcements. Facilities include research and development laboratories.
Vectra Company in St. Louis, Missouri.
A producer of metal-based specialty chemicals and related materials.
Wacker Chemical Corporation in Adrian, Michigan.
A supplier of silicone fluids, silicone rubbers & silicone resins, silanes and fumed silica.
W.N. Shaw & Company in Pacific, Missouri.
A supplier of specialty chemicals. Products include custom-formulated mold release agents including semi-permanent solvent mold releases, semi-permanent water-base mold releases, silicone-free mold releases, VOC-free mold releases, water-base wax and silicone emulsions, water-base mandrel releases, anti-tack formulations, metal coating films as well as metal cutting products and cleaners. Applications include polyurethane, rubber and composite molding.
Yushiro Manufacturing America, Inc. in Shelbyville, Indiana.
A supplier of industrial cleaners, cutting fluids, machining oils, stamping fluids, and grinding fluids, etc.
Zeon Chemicals L.P. in Louisville, Kentucky.
A supplier of specialty heat and oil resistant elastomers, polymers and specialty chemicals for the automotive industry including Zetpol® HNBR, Hydrin® ECO, HyTemp® PA, and Nipol® NBR. Applications include hoses, seals, gaskets, belts and other automotive parts.