C3Nano is an early stage startup (a spin out Stanford University) developing a new proprietary hybrid carbon nanotube (CNT) based transparent electrode ink and film that can be used as a cheap alternative to ITO for flexible OLEDs, solar cells and other applications.

C3Nano is also offering a hard coat film for flexible device that offers an ultra-thin, scratch resistant, and high hardness coating. Visionox is using C3Nano's coating in its foldable screens.


Cambrios, established in 2002 in California, develops silver-nanowire based transparent electrodes for consumer devices. The first product, ClearOhm, a coating material that produces a transparent, conductive film by wet processing, can be used to create touch panels for OLED panels, LCDs, e-paper displays and also as conductive electrodes in solar panels.


Canon logoJapan-based Canon is a multinational corporation that specializes in the manufacture of imaging and optical products. Canon is active across many fields, including the display market.

Canon has two subsidiaries active with OLED equipment. Canon Tokki produces vacuum process equipment and is considered to be the world's leader in OLED deposition equipment. Canon Anelva manufactures vacuum equipment including Physical vapor deposition (PVD) machines for OLED production.


ChangChem logoChina-based ChangChem, established in 2000, develops and sells fine organic compounds and intermediates for the pharmaceutical and OLED industries.

Changchun Tuo Cai Technology

Changchun Tuo Cai Technology, based in Changchun, China, was established in 2017 to produce and supply chemicals for the display, batteries and biochemistry markets.

For the OLED industry, CTCT offers OLED stack materials (HTL, HIL, ETL), host materials and OLED intermediates.


ChemPacific logoChemPacific is a service driven company founded in 1995 and located in Baltimore, MD with a subsidiary in Zhejiang, China. The company provides small molecule organic synthesis custom manufacturing services, and their core competency is based on organic chemistry expertise as well as scale up technology.


Cynora logoCynora, established in 2003 in Germany, is developing new materials for OLEDs and OPVs, and is also involved with component design and production processes. In October 2012 the company unveiled flexible solution-based OLED prototypes that use the company's own emitter materials.

In July 2013 Germany’s BMBF launched the cyCESH project which aims to develop soluble (printable) materials for low-cost high efficiency OLED lighting devices, Cynora is the leader of the consortium in this €6 million project, together with Novaled and the University of Regensburg.

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