Ascensus Specialties

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Ascensus Specialties is one of the world's leading providers of sodium borohydride for a variety of industries. Our chemistries improve the way our clients create their products by making what they do easier, more efficient, safer and more selective. From our world-class production plant in Elma, Washington, we have a global reach that ensures our clients can consistently manufacture their products to the highest standards. What does all of this mean? Our clients are able to make the best possible products to change people's lives for the better, and we are able to make the world a better place with chemistry made for what matters.

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