Graphene Star Ltd is a UK manufacturing company producing high quality graphene and graphitic materials.
Spain-based Phi4Tech is a group of nanotechnology companies, active in several fields, including energy storage, nanomaterial production, and medical and industrial polymers.
Danish Graphene produces and supplies graphene materials for industrial composites to enhance performance and lifetime of products.
Danish Graphene relies on research from the Department of Chemistry at Aarhus University.
Nordische 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 has developed "cleaner, faster, and less expensive" technology to commercialize graphene.
Korea 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).
Bio Graphene Solutions (BGS) is a Canada-based manufacturer and supplier of graphene from non-graphite based, organic renewable resources.
BeeGraphene, established in Poland in 2020, produces high-quality graphene sheets grown on silicon carbide.
The company also offers graphene characterization and instrumentation services.
Founded in Sweden in 2017, Bright Day Graphene (BDG) strives to offer high performing materials without harmful environmental impacts.
US-based SurgePower Materials produces monolayer graphene using a patented green and sustainable production process. The company offers three grades of graphene with varying surface areas and carbon content.
SurgePower is scaling up its production process to achieve a yearly capacity of around 36 tons.