Noctiluca logoNoctiluca, established in 2019 in Toruń, Poland, is developing TADF emitters for third- and fourth-gen (Hyperfluorescence) OLED systems.

Noctiluca's patented donor-acceptor-donor emitters show TADF effect with high quantum yield. Noctiluca is still at an early-stage of development but initial results are highly promising.


Kyulux logo Kyulux, established in Japan in 2015, develops next generation materials for OLED displays and lighting.

Based on exclusively-licensed technology from Kyushu University, Kyulux develops hyperfluorescence TADF emitters that will enable cost-effective, durable and efficient OLEDs that do not rely on rare metals. Kyulux’s first aim is to develop commercial red, green and yellow hyperfluorescence emitter/host combinations, to replace the 2nd-Gen phosphorescent emitters currently used in OLED displays and lighting panels.


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.

Doosan Solus

Doosan logoDoosan Solus, spun-off from Doosan Electro Materials in 2019, is producing materials for the electronics industry, the health and beauty industry and the battery industry.

For the OLED industry, Doosan Solus is producing HBL, ETL, EIL and other materials - and it is developing blue and green host materials. Doosan Solus is also researching new materials such as TADF emitters and quantum dots.

Runyu Material

XinXiang Runyu Material logoChina-based XinXiang Runyu Material is a manufacturer of organic phosphine ligands and coupling solutions service provider in China.

For the OLED industry, Runyu Material is offering OLED intermediates.

BenQ Materials

BenQ Materials logoTaiwan-based BenQ Materials specializes in material science and is the world's 4th largest polarizer maker. The company is active with several markets, including medical care, batteries and consumer electronics.

Eternal Material Technology

Eternal Material Technology logoChina-based Eternal Material Technology Company (EMT) develops and produces electronic materials, mainly in the fields of displays and photoelectric applications. The company produces OLED stack materials.

Baynoe Chem

Baynoe Chem logoChina-based Baynoe Chem specializes on R&D and production of OLED intermediates, fine chemical intermediates and bio-medical chemicals. The company has an R&D center in Suzhou, a production base in Baiyin and a sales office in Shanghai.

Taizhou Tyloo Biopharm

Taizhou Tyloo Biopharm logoChina-based Taizhou Tyloo Biopharm is a chemical maker that is mostly engaged with chemicals for the bio-pharma industry and nutritional ingredients.

Taizhou Tyloo Biopharm also produces OLED intermediates.

Shine Materials Technology

Shine Materials Technology logoEstablished in 2011 in Taiwan, Shine Materials Technology produces organic electronic materials, with a focus on OLED display materials.

Shine Materials currently produces intermediate OLED materials, TADF emitters, OLED stack materials and also offers custom synthesis services.