Recent Linked In post (on iFormulate) seeks “a reputable supplier of resveratrol”. Enquirer seems to run a health supplement business in London.
This item was seen on Linked In: “an electronic chemicals manufacturer based in India wants to find out if there is be an opportunity to develop chemicals/materials with a partner/client for specific electronic applications. The applications could be display, electronic packaging or energy materials. We have a really good R and D set up and manufacturing facilities based in India. Email at email@example.com to discuss more.”
German chemical distributor with a regional focus on South Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Hungary is currently seeking British organic pigment suppliers for the manufacture of paint and varnish. It is one of the leading medium-size distributors in the country and has a 127 year company history. The company consists of 110 employees, of which 25 make up the sales & marketing division.
This enquiry is a UKTI trade lead direct from the British Commercial Officer in Dusseldorf.
South Korean company seeks 98% sodium cyanide for mining application. This is a UKTI trade lead.
This is a UKTI trade lead for a Polish contract (requiring tender documents in Polish). SORIS can connect companies interested in supplying with a Polish chemist in the UK.
Enquirer urgently seeks 25 kg of material for a non-chemical application. Regular “blue-chip” supplier has ceased production.
Enquirer seeks recycled solvent for export as paint thinner. Low price and high volume are key: obvious candidates in UK have been unable to supply.
Enquirer seeks up to 10 kg of Tinopal CBS-X and of a rhodamine dye (yet to be specified). A particle size of 0.5 to 1.0 microns is required.
Suffolk manufacturer seeks users of 150 tonnes per week of clean 10% aluminium chloride solution.
SORIS can provide copies of specification and MSDS
SORIS has received an enquiry for 1 tonne of the above chemical. Current suppliers cannot meet quality requirements. The enquirer is based in central Leeds. The molecule is also known as methoxetamine (a relative of ketamine) and merits a disquieting entry in Wikipedia.