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Valsynthese - Mr. Helmut Zimmerman

Helmut Zimmermann
Commercial Director

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Valsynthese is a custom manufacturing organisation concentrating on hazardous and high energetic chemistry. Mr. Zimmermann introduces Valsynthese’s new capabilities in phosgenation, further expanding their tool-box of core competencies in highly energetic reactions. Mr. Zimmerman also delivers quality system updates as well as future plans for compliance beyond approval as API manufacturers in Europe, Asia, South America and Japan. Reducing environmental impact through investment in new recycling facilities is also discussed.


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