T&W GROUP

T&W Group was established in 2007, headquartered in Shanghai, China. By integrating people, technology and potential, we endeavor to work for a better life. We have 1,500 square meters R&D center, two kilo labs with reactors from 10L to 100L, which enable us to carry out muti scale up works simultaneously. Our R&D team is led by rich experienced veterans. We have state-of-art analytical equipment to guaranteen international standard quality management system.

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