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Nonionic Surfactants The popularity of nonionic surfactants has increased, mainly at the expense of anionic surfactants, and we are seeing increasing interest.

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1 Nonionic Surfactants The popularity of nonionic surfactants has increased, mainly at the expense of anionic surfactants, and we are seeing increasing interest in biosurfactants. “In response to market needs, a wide variety of nonionic surfactants have sprung up in recent years. In addition to the large number of pre-existing conventional ethoxylates, nonionics such as glycerol esters, sorbitan esters, amine oxides, fatty alkanolamides, acetylenic alcohol derivatives, silicones, fluorocompounds, and carbohydrate derivatives have also found useful applications in several end-user industries ranging from agrochemicals to textiles” Technology Analyst Team Technical Insights

2 Frost & Sullivan Provides: Detailed insights into recent technology developments and trends Analyst insights on ‘hot topics’ and emerging applications in the Nonionic Surfactants market Profiles of leading companies and labs developing the nonionic surfactants technology A breakdown of nonionic surfactant markets and applications An evaluation of industry dynamics Key Features

3 Coverage: World Proven methodology based on extensive primary and secondary data and research Focused information and strategies on business and technology issues Credible research and analysis highlighting industry dynamics Contact information for leading technology developers What We Offer

4 Current Technology and Market Participants Find out how you compare with the competition Assess current and future trends Determine and exploit new applications and opportunities Find the best candidates for licensing agreements and partnerships New Entrants Analyze the associated challenges Calculate timescales for strategy implementation Position yourself to capitalize on the emerging applications Uncover the best players to assist you with developing your technology Investment Community Analyze long-term strategies of the market Identify participants that will lead the market development Assess the attractiveness of investing in the market Who Will Benefit?

5 Key Market Participants Pilot Chemical- "ANIONICS" Oxiteno (Brazil) Akzo Nobel Surface Chemistry Akzo Nobel Surface Chemistry Research Shell Chemical Alusuisse Lonza Group Stepan Petresa Chevron Philips Chemical Co. Henkel Cognis Dow Chemical Dow Chemical Research Uniqema Americas Uniqema Europe Rhodia Albright & Wilson (Rhodia) Sasol Condea Vista (Sasol) Huntsman Surface Sciences BASF Goldschmidt Clariant McIntyre Group Crompton Corp. Osi Specialties (Crompton) International Specialty Products (ISP) Tomah Products, Inc. Kao Corporation Rhone Poulenc Albemarle Corporation Sino Japan Chemical Company Sanyo Chemical Industry Alkyl Amine Chemicals Ltd Tiger Chemical Company Chemax Performance Products Colgate Palmolive Church & Dwight Amway Corp. Lipo Chemcals Quaker Chemical Co Thornley Co. Maybrook Inc. Spartan Chemical Air Products Goldschmidt Chemical ALZO ChemicalProctor & Gamble Chemicals FMC- Cleaning Compounds Group

6 Key Market Participants (cont’d) Unilever Research Gillette Surfactants Inc. (D) Chemcentral Oil Chem Technologies (New process) Colin A. Houston Associates Interactive Consulting Inc Surfactant Associates, Inc. Center for Surface Science & Engineering, University of Florida Institute for Applied Surfactant Research, University of Oklahoma European Oleochemicals and Allied Products Group Institute for Surface Chemistry (YKI) Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Center for Surfactants based on Natural Products (SNAP): YKI & KTH Partnership Center for Advanced Studies in Novel Surfactants, Columbia University ATO-DLO Subdivision for Industrial Proteins Dr. C Manohar Bristol Colloid Centre Dept. of Chemistry, University of Hull Dept. of Chemical Engr, Penn State Univ Center for LAB/LAS Environmental Research (CLER)

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