This list includes non active companies and companies that no longer deal with OLEDs
Dash-Insights is an independent technology market research and consulting company founded by global display expert Sweta Dash in 2015 focusing on entire display value chain and emerging display technology markets including flexible OLED and Quantum Dot.
Organic Lights, based in Germany, is a global supplier of OLED lighting panels and OLED lamps.
Organic Lights can supply the entire range of LG Displays' OLED panels via its online shop.
UK-based Power OLEDs was established in December 2013 to develop OLED stack materials - including high triplet-energy, high performance hole transporters, electron transporters, electron injectors, host and emitters.
The company seems no longer to be in business.
Solvay OLED, based in Pittsburgh, US, was established in 2014 by Solvay after the acquisition of Plextronics. Solvay OLED, an internal start-up owned by Solvay, handled all of Solvay's OLED activities - mostly focused on soluble HIL and HTL OLED materials - but also developing small-molecule hosts and other technologies.
Finland-based Pulsedeon (previously known as Picodeon) specialized on thin film coatings and surface treatments with its patented Coldab Ultra-Short Pulsed Laser Deposition (USPLD) process.
Raystar Optronics is a Taiwanese display supplier that offers small to medium sized LCD, TFTs and OLED modules.
Raystar currently offers character and graphic PMOLED displays.
Luoyang Sifon Electronic was established in 2001 in Luoyang, China, to manufacture high-melting metals such as tungsten and molybdenum alloys. The company produces molybdenum targets, tungsten targets and WCu wafers for the OLED industry and says LG Display uses their products for OLED production.