BASF Coatings, a division of BASF, develops, produces and markets a high-quality range of innovative automotive coatings, automotive refinishes and decorative paints.
China-based Kangde Xin Composite Material Group (KDX) is China's largest optical film supplier that produces over 700 film types for a wide range of applications - from printing and packaging to window films and display films.
For the OLED industry, KDX provides barrier (encapsulation) film and tapes, flexible touch films and flexible substrate coating films.
HanaAMT, established in 2003 in Korea, is a developer and producer of metal and glass products.
Lotus Applied Technology was established in 2007 in the USA as a spin-off of the thin film process group within Planar Systems.
Lotus develops innovative solutions to thin film processing challenges, and is focused on ALD equipment, including ones for roll to roll production of encapsulation layers for OLED panels and other devices.
Encapsulix, established in 2010 in France, develops ALD equipment for thin-film deposition. Encapsulix developed an ALD reactor configuration (injector, doser, reaction chamber) which is infinitely geometrically scale able.
The company focuses on encapsulation and ultra-barrier coatings applications specifically for OLED (lighting and display), flexible organic electronics, data storage and other emerging applications.
Vitriflex, established in 2010 in California, develops barrier technology for OLED panels and solar panels. In July 2013 the company received $4.9 million in private equity funding.
Rolic Technologies, based in Switzerland, develops and markets nanoscale surface modification systems that achieve unique light management and optical effects. Rolic has three business units: displays, security and organic electronics. For the OLED market, Rolic develops materials that improve light outcoupling, lifetime and efficiency for OLED displays and lighting panels.
Rolic Technologies has been researching OLED encapsulation and out-coupling layers since 2012 with the Holst Center. In 2013 the company opened a new OLED development center to commercialize those technologies.
US-based Rolith develops advanced nanostructured coating and devices based on proprietary technology for high throughput large surface area nanolithogragy.
Rolith's technology can be used for several applications, including OLED panels.
Beneq is a supplier of production and research equipment for advanced thin film coatings. Beneq’s offering includes dedicated coating equipment for barrier films and device encapsulation for the OLED industry.
Tera-Barrier Films (TBF) was spun-off from Singapore's IMRE in august 2009 with financial and technical support from Exploit Technologies, A*STAR and Applied venture. TBF develops barrier material and barrier stack technology that can be used for OLEDs and solar cells.