Taiwan exchange. Sector: Basic Materials. Industry: Specialty Chemicals. Location Taiwan, Taipei.

San Fu Chemical Co., Ltd. [4755.TWTaiwan

116USD2 (-1.72%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

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About San Fu Chemical Co., Ltd.

San Fu Chemical Co., Ltd. manufactures and sells chemical products primarily in Taiwan. The company operates through Fine Chemicals and Basic Chemicals segments. It offers fine chemical products, such as tetramethyl ammonium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, etchant, stripper, thinner and EBR, RGB rework, ammonium hydroxide, and hydrogen peroxide. The company also offers basic chemicals, including raw material of liquid crystal polymers, water treatment and anti-corrosive reagents, and preservatives materials. In addition, it produces and sells food raw materials and additives, such as seasonings, preservatives, sweeteners, leavening agents, starch and carbohydrate, and fermentation and food processing agents, as well as slurry. Further, it engages in recycling of tetramethyl ammonium hydroxdie waste. The company's products are used in wet chemicals, equipment, and operation required by IC semiconductors, LCD, touch panels, LED, solar panels and other industries; etching and thinning of glass, foundry of polishing fluids, food Additives, food materials, and basic chemicals such as pHBA, cyclohexylamine, dicyclohexylamine, etc. San Fu Chemical Co., Ltd. was founded in 1952 and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.

San Fu Chemical Co., Ltd.
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