Offices Closed 4/19/19

In observance of Good Friday, our offices will be closed on Friday, April 19th. We will return to normal business hours on Monday, April 22nd. Now enjoy this puppy sitting amongst a bloom of spring flowers.

 

DRIVON™ Technology Helps Transportation Industry Go Further


The world‘s transportation sector faces huge challenges as fuel economy, emissions compliance and enhanced performance all push for additional performance and value from lubricants. DRIVON™ technology enables lubricant marketers to formulate modern, cost-efficient engine oils, transmission oils and gear oils that satisfy the future requirements for enhanced fuel economy.

Evonik’s DRIVON™ technology delivers premium value to formulators and lubricant marketers seeking optimal cost-performance. And with the introduction of next-generation additive technology, DRIVON™ technology demonstrates Evonik's deep commitment to improved, fuel-efficient lubricants using products tailored to customer needs.

Evonik's DRIVON™ technology demonstrates deep commitment to the automotive, commercial and public transportation markets, delivering solutions that meet the most stringent performance requirements and raise expectations for the next generation of lubricant technology.

 

For more information:

Visit: The Evonik Oil Additives Landing Page

Download: Evonik-DRIVON™ Technology-Brochure.pdf (1.1MB)

Palmer Holland And Gold Coast Ingredients Form Partnership

Cleveland, OH – April 4, 2019 – Gold Coast Ingredients, a privately-held domestic manufacturer of natural colors and blends, appoints Palmer Holland Health & Nutrition as a national distributor for the United States.

Gold Coast Ingredients has a manufacturing facility in Commerce, CA as well as a research & development and distribution center in Santa Fe Springs, CA, which is staffed with senior flavor chemists, analytical chemists, and an in-house applications team.

“One of the most visible trends in today’s health & nutrition marketplace is the transition from artificial and synthetic colors to those produced from natural, sustainable, and renewable raw materials. Gold Coast helps customers address these trends with natural and organic plant, fruit, and vegetable extracts,” said Bret Horace, Business Director, Palmer Holland Health & Nutrition.

For more information, contact your Palmer Holland Health & Nutrition Ingredient Consultant or the Palmer Holland Health & Nutrition Technical Director, Charles Barber, at 630-729-4823 or cbarber@palmerholland.com. You can also visit the Gold Coast Ingredients landing page to learn more. 

About Gold Coast Ingredients
Gold Coast Ingredients is a privately held and operated, wholesale flavor and color manufacturer located in Los Angeles, California. Gold Coast is a GFSI and Organic Certified company offering Organic and Natural products available as liquids, powders, powder encapsulations, emulsions and advanced extractions to serve food and beverage manufacturers globally. Gold Coast also supplies custom, QAI Certified Organic, ISA Certified Halal, OU Certified or KOF-K Certified Kosher products upon request. For more information about Gold Coast Ingredients, please visit our website at www.goldcoastinc.com

Student To Represent Greater Cleveland At State Chemistry Competition

Cleveland, OH –March 13, 2019 – Alicia Ge, an eighth-grader from Lee Burneson Middle School, Westlake, OH, won a Cleveland-wide chemistry competition and was declared the Greater Cleveland You Be The Chemist Challenge® Champion. After answering dozens of chemistry and general science questions over multiple rounds of competition, she bested a field of 29 fifth- to eighth-grade students to earn a spot at the state-level competition. The winner of the Ohio State Challenge will receive an expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. to compete in the National Challenge.

Run by the Chemical Educational Foundation® (CEF), the You Be The Chemist Challenge® is an exciting competition that encourages students in grades 5-8 to engage with chemistry concepts and their real-world applications. The Challenge fosters connections between industry, educators, and community members to celebrate outstanding young learners and inspire them to pursue STEM careers. Students compete individually by answering multiple-choice questions to advance through a series of competition levels, beginning at their school and culminating on the national stage. At the National Challenge in June, state champions from across the country will receive national recognition and compete for college scholarships.

The 2019 Greater Cleveland Challenge was held at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, OH and was sponsored by Palmer Holland, Inc. The Ohio State Challenge will also be held at the Great Lakes Science Center on Saturday, April 27, 2019. Yikun Zhou, Antonio Gojevic, Finley Pasatta, Livia Kola, and Benjamin Hewitt also qualified to compete at the state level. The top three finalists were awarded passes to the Great Lakes Science Center.

“Competing in the Challenge requires participants to ask tough questions, think creatively, and solve problems. We hope that every student who participated is proud of what they accomplished and continues to believe in their ability to change the world around them through science,” said CEF Executive Director Dwayne Sattler. “To the students moving on to the next level of the Challenge, congratulations! Each year we are amazed by the intelligence, poise, and dedication of the young people who compete at the national level. We can’t wait to see what future STEM leaders this year has in store.”

To learn more about CEF and the You Be The Chemist Challenge®, visit us at www.chemed.org


About the Chemical Educational Foundation®

The Chemical Educational Foundation® (CEF) is a nonprofit dedicated to building the excitement and value of chemistry and STEM careers with K-8 students through accessible science programs and hands-on experiences. CEF partners with educators, industry, and community members to inspire today’s students to become tomorrow’s thinkers, innovators, and STEM leaders.