Aakash Chemicals

Belkins
Aakash Chemicals is the only Hybrid Manufacturer of Color, to be completely vertically integrated in its manufacturing lines of pigments and pigment dispersions. Aakash Chemicals also supplies a wide variety of inorganic pigments, dyes, additives, resins and waxes to the color industry. Recently nominated as a fastest growing private company in America, Aakash Chemicals is continually striving to have the most flexibility and variety of offerings for our customers, on a continuous basis. Aakash Chemicals has offices in India, China, USA (headquarters), and Brazil along with strong agents and distributors in 15 different countries. We are always looking to add value to our customers by focusing on our thought leadership. If you are a thought leader and believe you can be a good fit, feel free to contact us, we are always looking for the best and brightest minds to continually add iNNOVATIVE value to our customers technically, commercially, and even operationally.

Related News

HOWELL CHEMICAL COMPANY SWITCHES TO PRODUCING HAND SANITIZER

Mlive | June 09, 2020

news image

The coronavirus outbreak has pushed many businesses to innovate or retool with new areas of focus, and Howell’s Nyatex Adhesive and Chemical Co. is among them. The chemical company has a primary focus on automotive plastics and adhesives, but began producing hand and surface sanitizer once company President Jason Hulbert realized he had the means to do so. Hulbert said the company is always adjusting what it produces based on industry demands, and built-in access to the suppliers and chemi...

Read More

CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

NUMAT TECHNOLOGIES AND SUMITOMO CHEMICAL ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP TO DEVELOP CHEMICAL SEPARATION TECHNOLOGIES TO DRIVE INDUSTRIAL CARBON NEUTRALITY

Sumitomo Chemical Company Limited | August 25, 2021

news image

NuMat Technologies, Incorporated today announced a partnership with Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. to develop sustainable chemical separation technologies that can efficiently and dramatically reduce the carbon emissions and carbon footprint required to produce critical chemicals used in key sectors of the global economy. Traditional chemical separation processes require substantial energy to operate, and significant capital investment. The drive for energy-efficient and cost-e...

Read More

FEATURE: WHAT ARE THE BIG TSCA DEADLINES COMING UP THIS SUMMER?

Chemicalwatch | May 11, 2020

news image

Deadlines are looming for the risk evaluations and collection of fees associated with 30 high-priority chemicals, reporting obligations related to the chemical data reporting (CDR) rule – and the continued protection of certain confidential business information (CBI). Most of these deadlines are set out in TSCA itself, giving the US EPA little room to manoeuvre despite the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. That leaves a pile of work ahead for the agency and a crush of deadlines ...

Read More

CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

ADDRESSING THE PLASTIC POLUTION CRISIS WITH CHEMISTRY AND AI

University at Buffalo | November 30, 2020

news image

Plastic contamination is among the world's most squeezing ecological issues, undermining drinking water, untamed life, food supplies and then some. To address this multifaceted issue, UB scientists are building up a novel arrangement of apparatuses that plan to diminish plastic waste and decline the creation of plastic. This incorporates a mechanical framework that depends on AI and different advancements to independently improve its capacity to sort plastics, j...

Read More

Mlive | June 09, 2020

news image

HOWELL CHEMICAL COMPANY SWITCHES TO PRODUCING HAND SANITIZER

The coronavirus outbreak has pushed many businesses to innovate or retool with new areas of focus, and Howell’s Nyatex Adhesive and Chemical Co. is among them. The chemical company has a primary focus on automotive plastics and adhesives, but began producing hand and surface sanitizer once company President Jason Hulbert realized he had the means to do so. Hulbert said the company is always adjusting what it produces based on industry demands, and built-in access to the suppliers and chemi...

Read More

CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

Sumitomo Chemical Company Limited | August 25, 2021

news image

NUMAT TECHNOLOGIES AND SUMITOMO CHEMICAL ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP TO DEVELOP CHEMICAL SEPARATION TECHNOLOGIES TO DRIVE INDUSTRIAL CARBON NEUTRALITY

NuMat Technologies, Incorporated today announced a partnership with Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. to develop sustainable chemical separation technologies that can efficiently and dramatically reduce the carbon emissions and carbon footprint required to produce critical chemicals used in key sectors of the global economy. Traditional chemical separation processes require substantial energy to operate, and significant capital investment. The drive for energy-efficient and cost-e...

Read More

Chemicalwatch | May 11, 2020

news image

FEATURE: WHAT ARE THE BIG TSCA DEADLINES COMING UP THIS SUMMER?

Deadlines are looming for the risk evaluations and collection of fees associated with 30 high-priority chemicals, reporting obligations related to the chemical data reporting (CDR) rule – and the continued protection of certain confidential business information (CBI). Most of these deadlines are set out in TSCA itself, giving the US EPA little room to manoeuvre despite the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. That leaves a pile of work ahead for the agency and a crush of deadlines ...

Read More

CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

University at Buffalo | November 30, 2020

news image

ADDRESSING THE PLASTIC POLUTION CRISIS WITH CHEMISTRY AND AI

Plastic contamination is among the world's most squeezing ecological issues, undermining drinking water, untamed life, food supplies and then some. To address this multifaceted issue, UB scientists are building up a novel arrangement of apparatuses that plan to diminish plastic waste and decline the creation of plastic. This incorporates a mechanical framework that depends on AI and different advancements to independently improve its capacity to sort plastics, j...

Read More