KSE exchange. Sector: Basic Materials. Industry: Chemicals. Location South Korea, Anyang-Si.

Miwon Commercial Co., Ltd. [002840.KSSouth Korea

173,500USD3500 (+2.02%)

• At close Wed Oct 05 2022

634,877,167 USD
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About Miwon Commercial Co., Ltd.

Miwon Commercial Co., Ltd. manufactures and markets various chemical products in South Korea and internationally. The company offers personal care ingredients, including anionic, cationic, nonionic, and amphoteric surfactants; hair fixative and conditioning polymers; styling resins; household surfactants, plasticizers, and UV stabilizers; and cosmeceutical active ingredients. It also provides electronic chemicals, such as photo active compounds for micro-patterning of semiconductor circuits and thin film transistors in LCDs; polymer acryl binders and novolak resins for use in LCD and plasma displays, and positive photoresist for LCDs and semiconductors; and functional chemicals and additives for use in positive and negative photoresist for LCD, as well as in process chemicals, such as strippers. In addition, the company offers functional resins used as raw materials for PCBs, components of electronic equipment, materials for high-functional polycarbonate, and high refractive monomers used in manufacturing optical films for displays. Further, it provides antioxidants, including amine, phenol, phosphorus, and sulfur, as well as UV stabilizers that include benzophenone, benzotriazole, nickel quenchers, and HALS; and thiourethane lens monomers. Miwon Commercial Co., Ltd. was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Anyang, South Korea.

Miwon Commercial Co., Ltd.
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