SUCCESS STANDING - Egyptian Petrochemicals Holding Company

April 24, 2019

Hope is the key to success. Where there‘s a will there is a way. Driven by perseverance and persistence, ECHEM took upon itself the challenge of unraveling any obstacle in order to push Petrochemicals industry forward. Thanks to our adopted strategies that helped us address regional & global industry challenges. Such efforts have also helped us to improve ECHM’S overall performance in addition to maximizing utilization of Egypt’s natural resources to improve production capacities at current projects.

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Article | February 11, 2020

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How Chemical Companies Benefit from the Experience Economy

Article | February 10, 2020

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Kolltan, a privately held clinical-stage company, is focused on advancing a new generation of therapeutics in oncology and other diseases by discovering and developing novel biologic agents designed to modulate the function of receptor tyrosine kinases (RTKs). Kolltan is led by an experienced team of executives and scientists with a deep understanding of RTKs, their ligands, and cellular signaling. Located adjacent to the Yale Medical School in New Haven, Connecticut, Kolltan is working in close collaboration with the laboratory of Kolltan co-founder, Dr. Joseph Schlessinger, as well as the Yale medical and scientific community to bring important medicines to cancer patients and other patients with serious diseases. The Company's R&D pipeline is advancing rapidly, with the first clinical trial initiated in January 2014.

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