Graphene producers


AirMembrane, established in 2017 in Japan, produces CVD graphene sheets and products based on graphene sheets. The company's main products are transparent graphene conductive films and graphene TEM grids 


Tenutec provides graphene materials and products used in various areas, currently primarily in thermal management.

It has a unique single-step production method that is able to provide eco-friendly, high-quality graphene customized to customers' needs. 


Tokyo Chemical Industry

Tokyo Chemical Industry (TCI) is a global manufacturer and distributor of specialty organic chemicals with facilities in the USA, Europe, Japan, China and India.

TCI offers several nano-carbon materials, including CNTs, fullerenes, nanodiamonds, graphene materials (GNPs) and graphene oxide materials. See more here.

Graphene Layers

Graphene layers logo imageGraphene Layers is a start-up company located in New Jersey developing a manufacturing technology of graphene-based solutions, focused on developing and commercializing advanced materials and technologies that have the potential to revolutionize various industries including OSW sector.

Graphene Star

Graphene Star company logo imageGraphene Star Ltd is a UK manufacturing company producing high quality graphene and graphitic materials.


Phi4Tech logoSpain-based Phi4Tech is a group of nanotechnology companies, active in several fields, including energy storage, nanomaterial production, and medical and industrial polymers.

Danish Graphene

Danish Graphene produces and supplies graphene materials for industrial composites to enhance performance and lifetime of products.Danish Graphene company logo image

Danish Graphene relies on research from the Department of Chemistry at Aarhus University.

Nordische Technologies

Nordische Technologies logoNordische Technologies Pvt Ltd, based in India, and with operations in Germany and the UK, was established in 2019 to develop graphene technologies and applications. Nodische produces graphene using chemical exfoliation, and has a capacity of around 1Kg per day.

The company focuses on electronic vehicle charging and other related technologies

Universal Matter

Universal Matter company logo imageUniversal Matter has developed "cleaner, faster, and less expensive" technology to commercialize graphene. The company's tech is based on the Rice University lab of chemist James Tour's proprietary Flash Joule Heating process that can convert inexpensive carbon sources into graphene layers.

Headquartered in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, with U.S. headquarters in Houston, Universal Matter’s vision is to build on its strong R&D foundation to scale its production process and become the world’s leading supplier of lower cost and higher quality graphene materials from petcoke, agricultural feedstocks, recycled plastic, recycled rubber and coal.

MCK Tech

 MCK Tech logoKorea based MCK, established in 2017, produces CVD graphene materials and develops applications based on these materials.

MCK uses its proprietary rapid-thermal CVD (RT-CVD) process, currently in batch mode operation (with roll-to-roll process under development, in collaboration with the Korean Institute of Machinery and Materials).