Our Development Teams have a wealth of expertise and knowledge and are perfectly positioned to work in partnership with clients to research and formulate unique, bespoke technology led solutions.
William Blythe is an advanced manufacturer of inorganic speciality chemicals and an innovator in technology led solutions for functional derivatives of Copper, Tin, Zinc and Iodine. With significant investment in skills, laboratory, quality control and development infrastructure our business is progressive and committed to working in partnership with our global clients. Our expert teams work closely with our clients to ensure that products and processes are developed under strict confidentiality.
Founded in 1845 and based in Accrington, England, our capabilities extend from 5kg laboratory scale to multi thousand tonne manufacturing plants, allowing our approach to be both dynamic and agile.
William Blythe is a wholly owned subsidiary of Synthomer PLC, who are a FTSE 250 London listed company, with turnover in excess of £1 billion, focussed on water based polymer chemistry.
Our business is driven forward by the innovation and expertise of our people. Not only do we have a tremendously talented and loyal workforce, we are continuously investing in the future and 25% of our employees are technical graduates. Our Development Teams have a wealth of expertise and knowledge and are perfectly positioned to work in partnership with clients to research and formulate unique, bespoke technology led solutions for a wide variety of applications. We have an established global network of resources with specific technical and project management skills, ensuring that we are well placed to allow fast and flexible project management for clients worldwide
Members of William Blythe's commercial team attended the UK Agrochemical Supply Chain Trade Mission to the United States.
Electronic and printed copies of our new product literature supporting our range of copper, tin and iodine products are now available.
With immediate effect the Flamtard SNUR has been removed following cooperation with the EPA.
William Blythe launches lead and stannous iodide, two key precursors for Perovskite coatings used in solar cell applications.