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ACHEM Industry America, Inc.

7F., No.397, Xingshan Rd., Neihu Dist., Taipei City 114

Taiwan

OTHER COUNTRIES

China, Malaysia, United States, Vietnam

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Call886-2-81706199

ACTIVE MATERIALS

Machinery, Other Packaging

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Other industries

ACHEM Industry America, Inc.

Established in 1960, ACHEM has applied coating technology as its core competitiveness to produce and commercialize PSA tape products over four decades. ACHEM is the first PVC tape producer in Taiwan. As the first to develop solvent acrylic BOPP tape, it is known internationally as the leading manufacturer in the world for formulating and coating of various grades of acrylic adhesives.

In order to service its customers and raise profitability, ACHEM proactively seeks to expand its product line. By deriving specialty chemicals and opto-electronic materials from the core know-how of coating technique, it has successfully migrated the distance from traditional to hi-tech industry. This policy not only connects the past and future of ACHEM but expands the border of ACHEM products.

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