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AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Asahi Glass family, a $13 billion multinational corporation and one of the world’s largest manufacturers of glass, electronic displays and chemical products. The Company was formed in January 2004 through a merger between sister companies Asahi Glass Fluoropolymers USA and AGA Chemicals. It is one of more than 10 of Asahi’s major subsidiaries in North America grouped under the holding company of AGC America.

AGC Chemicals Americas manufactures, markets and sells high-quality fluoroproducts including Fluon® fluoropolymer resins and compounds, AFLAS® Fluoroelastomers and AsahiKlin fluorinated solvents. Our Company also markets and sells specialty chemicals including LUMIFLON® fluoropolymer resins, AsahiGuard E-SERIES water and oil repellants, F-CLEAN® greenhouse films, Solesphere fine silica additives, and various fluoro intermediates.

Headquartered in Exton, PA, where we offer full laboratory and product development services, AGC Chemicals Americas maintains manufacturing operations in Thorndale, PA, and warehouses located throughout North America. With a corporate vision to “Look Beyond,” we will continue to anticipate new global requirements and create value for our customers by remaining on the cutting edge of technology and customer service.





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