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Phone+41 61 825 31 11
FAX+41 61 825 36 46
Country: Switzerland

Otto-Volger-Straße 3c
65843 Sulzbach
Phone: +49 6196 9674-0
Fax: +49 6196 9674-199

Düngerstrasse 81
4133 Pratteln 1
Telefon: +41 61 825 31 11
Fax: +41 61 821 80 27

CABB North America, Inc.
John W. Chapman
Regional Sales Director
16905 Northcross Drive
Huntersville, NC 28078
Ph: +1 704-895-2232
Fax: +1 704-895-2275
John Chapman at the 2011 Chemspec USA in Philadelphia

Company profile:

Our strength:
- CABB is one of the world's leading manufacturers of fine chemicals derived from chlorine and sulfur chemistry.
- CABB is the world leading producer of monochloroacetic acid and derivatives.
- CABB is amongst the leading companies for custom manufacturing, especially for the agrochemical industry.

CABB serves customers in the agro, pharma and speciality chemical industry with reagents, intermediates and finished products.
Headquartered in Sulzbach near Frankfurt, CABB operates state-of-the-art production sites in Knapsack and Gersthofen (both Germany), Pratteln (Switzerland), Kokkola (Finland) and Ahmedabad (India). Equipped with state-of-the-art technologies CABB constantly improves processes to achieve the highest quality and safety standards.

CABB is backward integrated in key raw materials like chlorine and sulfur trioxide for further downstream products and runs a Verbund system at its Pratteln site. Beyond the core competencies in chlorination, sulfonation and methylation CABB offers a wide range of further technologies and chemical reactions.

CABB's core product groups include monochloroacetic acid, acid chlorides, sulfonyl chlorides, chloroethylamine derivatives, chloromethyl ethers and esters and sulphur trioxide-amine complexes. Working for more than one century with these products, CABB holds a longstanding experience in manufacturing, handling and processing corrosive and hazardous materials.

CABB offers custom manufacturing including process development and scale-up through to full commercial production.

CABB - Chlorination . Sulfonation . Methylation