Rochester, NY– (May 24, 2019) – Cerion announced today that it will exhibit at Chemspec Europe 2019 alongside the Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA), a membership organization that supports the development of nanotech innovations across Europe and around the world. Being held June 26 – 27 in Messe Basel, Switzerland, Chemspec Europe is the international exhibition for fine and specialty chemicals.
Cerion is a leader in designing, scaling and manufacturing metal, metal oxide and ceramic nanomaterials for industrial and defense customers that utilize its services across the spectrum of product development including nanoparticle design research and manufacturing for in-market products. As a member of NIA, Cerion joins the voice of the global nano-community and helps ensure the best commercial environment for industries involved in any of the levels of the nanotechnology supply chain.
“The development of nanomaterials is a rapidly progressing science, one that has the inimitable ability to continually introduce new, disruptive products or substantially improve performance to existing products to capture or retain market share in multiple industries,” said Landon Mertz, CEO of Cerion. “In joining the nano-community at Chemspec, we look forward to discussing the powerful international impact of nanomaterials and Cerion’s unique ability to design, manufacture, scale and commercialize them.”
Shortly after joining NIA, Mertz discussed Cerion’s elements, capabilities and practices for developing, scaling and commercializing specialty inorganic nanomaterials during a commercialization webinar available here:
Those interested in additional information about Cerion and NIA are encouraged to visit their Chemspec Europe booth # B316.
About Cerion Nanomaterials
Established in 2007, Cerion is an industry leader in the science of designing, scaling and manufacturing of metal, metal oxide and ceramic nanomaterials.
The cost of developing advanced expertise in nanomaterials is prohibitively expensive and time intensive, resulting in a significant barrier to entry for companies considering the use of nanotechnology. To address this, Cerion has pioneered a business model of rapid and cost-effective research, development, scale-up and manufacturing of nanomaterials as a service. The firm’s customers are multi-national, large-cap industrial companies and the domestic defense market. Typical customers who work with Cerion are developing either new products or systems intended to leverage the overmatched performance benefits nanomaterials can provide.
Cerion’s position in the market is enabled by three strategic competitive advantages: a deep and demonstrated capability in a.) the precision design and customization of both nanomaterial size and non-size attributes, b.) effective processes to scale from the lab to prototype and industrial-rate manufacturing, and c.) industry leading, cost-effective manufacturing systems and production capacities.
Patti D. Hill