- With our global manufacturing headquarters in Corvallis, Oregon, Valliscor is a US-based chemical manufacturing company that provides fluoroalkylation reagents for the pharmaceutical industries. Key products include bromofluoromethane, dibromodifluoromethane, fluoroiodomethane, difluoroiodomethane, pentafluoropentanol and perfluorodecalin. We also offer downstream building blocks such as fluoromethoxy- and difluoromethoxybenzenes and other aromatic variants.
- Many of the bromofluorocarbon compounds we offer are ozone depleting substances (ODSs) and are regulated by the Montreal Protocol. We are well-versed in the full regulatory spectrum for ODSs and regulations. We offer our clients early stage ODS alternative while guiding them on the most cost-effective commercial solutions that may include the use of ODSs as feedstock materials in their chemical manufacturing processes for a given API. Our Valliscor Europa subsidiary (Based in Dublin, Ireland) is available to assist our European clients with the importation of ozone-depleting substances.
- In addition, Valliscor offers in-house purification services for addressing challenging separations as well as value-added custom synthesis using our fluoroalkylation reagents - including amino acid derivatives. We are well versed in hitting challenging purity specifications from lab scale to commercial, toll processes. In addition, these services provide existing customers with one-stop solutions to their chemical needs while offering new customers solutions that are based on our priority technology and in-house expertise.
- Established in 2012. www.valliscor.com
Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Middle East; Asia; Australia; North America; Africa; Central/South America
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