Johnson Matthey is a specialty chemicals company focused on its core skills in catalysts, precious metals, fine chemicals and process technology. principal activities are the manufacture of autocatalysts, heavy duty diesel catalysts and pollution control systems, catalysts and components for fuel cells, catalysts and technologies for chemical processes, fine chemicals, chemical catalysts and active pharmaceutical ingredients and the marketing, refining, and fabrication of precious metals.
Johnson Matthey has continued to develop its technology for almost 200 years, demonstrating the company's ability to maintain world leadership by adapting constantly to rapidly changing customer needs. Rigorous in its own environmental policies, many of Johnson Matthey's products have a major beneficial impact on the environment and enhance the quality of life for millions around the world.
Johnson Matthey has operations in 30 countries and employs around 10,000 people. Its products are sold across the world to a wide range of advanced technology industries.Visit http://www.jmusa.com/.
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Johnson Matthey’s Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group, the leader in SCR catalyst and SCR systems for stationary diesel and gas engines, has developed the high-efficiency, compact Concattm IC SCR System, which can be 30 to 40% less costly than a typi. . .
The U.S. DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory will partner with Johnson Matthey, a global specialty chemicals company, in a five-year, $7 million effort to economically produce drop-in gasoline, diesel and jet fuel from nonfood biomass feedstocks, t. . .
Companies that supply emissions-control technology for diesel-powered vehicles, such as Tenneco Inc. and Umicore SA, may gain sales as German automakers that specialize in diesel vehicles increase U.S. sales and American automakers produce new diesel offe. . .