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NOVA International (Vietnam) Co., Ltd proud to partner up with these two giants in Petrochemical industry to explore Vietnam market:

Johnson Matthey is organised into five divisions:

  • Emission Control Technologies manufactures catalysts for light and heavy duty vehicles and stationary exhaust emission control and is a supplier of catalytic systems, including Continuously Regenerating Trap (CRT) systems for controlling heavy duty diesel vehicle pollution, which the company commercialised in 1995 and for which it won a MacRobert Award for in 2000. Today, around one third of all cars worldwide are fitted with a Johnson Matthey catalyst.
  • Process Technologies supplies catalysts, licenses technologies and delivers other services to the petrochemical, syngas, oil refining and gas processing industries.
  • Precious Metal Products manages, distributes, refines and recycles precious metals and fabricates products using precious metals and related materials. Johnson Matthey offers seven metal separation of gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium, iridium and ruthenium. Products include advanced coatings for glass manufacture, catalysts for the production of nitric acid and medical device components.
  • Fine Chemicals supplies active pharmaceutical ingredients and catalysis and chiral technologies to the pharmaceutical, fine chemical and agrochemical industries. It is also a globally integrated supplier of research chemicals under the Alfa Aesar brand name.
  • New Businesses targets new opportunities in areas adjacent to the company’s current businesses and which align with its core technology competencies. This division includes Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells and Johnson Matthey Battery Technologies.

  • Headquartered in Houston, Texas, GTC Technology US, LLC (GTC) is a global licensor of process technologies, offering engineering services, process equipment solutions, chemicals and catalysts to the petrochemical, refining and gas processing markets. Our heritage of innovation expands more than a decade, dating back to 1994 as a process technology solutions division of Glitsch Inc., a mass transfer equipment company owned by Foster Wheeler Corporation.
  • In 2002, GTC was taken private in a 50-50 joint venture between the GS Group and our management team, who recognized the need for an independent technology licensor in the chemical process industry. Over the next seven years, GTC experienced unprecedented growth, celebrating dozens of successful licenses while gaining quick recognition in the aromatics and refining fields.
  • In 2009, GTC announced a change in ownership structure, selling individual minority interest in the company to SCG Chemicals (www.scg.co.th) and Sud-Chemie now Clariant (www.clariant.com). The strategic alliance formed among the three companies allowed GTC to broaden its business portfolio and accelerate growth and competitiveness.
  • Today, GTC’s business offerings span from technology licensing, engineering, and process equipment solutions, to online heater cleaning, chemicals, catalysts and technical services. Refining, petrochemical and chemical companies around the world rely on GTC’s advanced technology to improve capacity and efficiency as well as maximize production and processing. With engineering, manufacturing facilities and sales staff located in the United States, Asia and Europe, GTC is well positioned to respond quickly to clients’ changing needs and evolving market forces.
  • Our success stems from a companywide devotion of going above and beyond in serving clients. We combine unparalleled industry expertise, powerful research capabilities and innovative thinking to solve some of the most complex processing problems. Our staff members expertise, backed by our research and development team are the driving force behind our numerous patents, ground-breaking process innovation, and next-generation technologies. We are engineered to innovate.