ITW Reagents

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AppliChem GmbH, Nova Chimica Srl and Panreac Química SLU, form ITW Reagents, division of the American group ITW (Illinois Tool Works). ITW Reagents manufactures laboratory reagents and chemicals for industrial use. Products are designed for analytical purpose (chemical, biological, pharmaceutical, and medical), research and production applications. The division has production plants and logistics centers in Barcelona (Spain) and Darmstadt (Germany).

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