Pan Asia Chemical Co.

About Pan Asia Chemical Co.

Pan Asia Chemical Co. produces and sells chemical products in Taiwan. It offers surfactants, such as nonylphenol, natural alcohol, methoxyl, isotridecanol, trimethylol propane, tallow amine, coconut amine, C12~13 alcohol, C9~11 alcohol, octylphenol, oleyl alcohol, C16~18 alcohol, 2-ethylhexyl, C8~10 alcohol, C10 alcohol, C9 alcohol, oleic acid, sorbitan, glycerine, and 2-propylheptanol polyethylene glycol ethers; polyethylene glycol; mono-, di-, tri-styryl phenol polyethylene glycol ethers; polyethylene polypropylene glycol ethers, and castor oil ethoxylate products; and others. The company also provides polyethylene glycol and sorbitan fatty acid, and industrial lubricant esters; plasticizers; and other products. It also exports its products to Mainland China, Singapore, Southeast Asia, and Australia. The company's products are used in paint and ink, electronic, leather, textile, metal processing, tire rubber, resin synthesis, wood processing, wax emulsification, pesticide, personal and industrial cleaning, industrial wastewater treatment, and lubricant applications. Pan Asia Chemical Co. was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.

4707.TWO Taiwan

12.05USD0.25 (-2.07%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

Taipei Exchange exchange

Sector: Basic Materials

Industry: Specialty Chemicals

Location Taiwan, Taipei

Grade: ADA

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