OLED materials companies

Excyton

​Excyton (previously known as PeroLED) was established in 2019, with operations in both the UK and Saudi Arabia (at KAUST). The company develops novel light emitting materials and devices for next-generation displays.

Excyton is currently focused on a novel OLED device structure, called TurboLED, which is a stacked display architecture that uses a combination of light-color and deep-color RGB materials to reduce the power consumption and expand the color gamut of OLED displays.

Cambridge Isotope Laboratories

Cambridge Isotope Laboratories logoUS-based Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) is a leading producer of deuterium and other stable isotopes and stable isotope-labeled compounds. CIL specializes in the process of labeling biochemical and organic compounds with highly enriched, stable (nonradioactive) isotopes of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen.

For the OLED industry, Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) is a reliable and trusted partner supplying deuterated solvents, intermediates and high purity deuterium and carbon monoxide gases. CIL has the largest nongovernmental deuterium oxide (D2O) re-enrichment columns in the world.

Kyulux

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 4th-generation Hyperfluorescence TADF emitters that enable cost-effective, durable and efficient OLEDs that do not rely on rare metals. Kyulux is developing red, green, yellow and blue HF emitter systems.

LT Materials

LG MaterialsKorea-based LT Materials, a subsidiary of LT Group, produces materials for the electronics industry, such as solder materials, MCCL, and more.

LT Materials produces materials used in the production of OLED displays.

Valiant

Valiant logoValiant (formerly Yantai Valiant Fine Chemicals), based in China, develops and produces information materials, environmental protection materials and pharmaceutical materials.

For the display industry, Valiant main produces include intermediates OLED materials and LCD materials.

3M

3M logoThe 3M Company, based in the US, operates in the fields of industry, worker safety, U.S. health care, and consumer goods. The company produces a wide range of products (over 60,000, in fact) including adhesives, abrasives, laminates, passive fire protection, protection films, dental and orthodontic products, electrical and electronic connecting and insulating materials, and optical films.

3M's Display Materials and solutions Division (DMSD) is offering several products for the OLED industry - transparent adhesives (OCAs), micro/nanoreplication technologies, printable optical materials, and multilayered optical films.

CLAP

CLAP logoKorea-based CLAP develops materials and solutions for the organic semiconductors and display industries. The company has over 700 patents.

In 2019 the company signed an agreement with BASF that enables CLAP to manufacture optical films using BASF's Liquid Crystal materials and coating technology. In 2022 CLAP announced it developed a liquid crystal based OLED retardation film.

Tetrahedron Technology

Tetrahedron Technology logoTaiwan-based Tetrahedron Technology (also known as Jingyi Technology Co.) was established in 2000, focusing on the development of OLED materials. The company's core capabilities are in material design, synthesis, purification, analysis and production.

Tetrahedron a wide range of services, including OLED materials R&D, OLED materials production, OLED properties analysis, OLED materials quality verification and more.

Xi'an Kaixiang photo electric

Xi'an Kaixiang CSOAR logoXi'an Kaixiang Photoelectric Technology, also known as CSOAR is an independent chemical developer and producer. The company offers materials for the display industry and the pharmaceutical industry.

For the display industry offers OLED intermediates (mostly furan series, carbazole series and biphenyl series) and liquid crystal displays.

SolOLED

SolOLED, established in 2021 in the UK, develops a family of novel solution-based TADF OLED emitter, based on technology that was developed at the University of St. Andrews.

In 2022, SolOLED secured 200,000 GBP in new funding from Scottish Enterprise and has initiated a collaborative research project with CENSIS to commercialize its novel materials.