Evonik Corporation

Evonik Corporation

Evonik is the creative industrial group from Germany. In our core business of specialty chemicals, we are a global leader. In addition, it has energy and residential real estate operations. Our performance is shaped by creativity, specialization, reliability and continuous self-renewal. The Evonik´s Inorganic Materials Technology Solutions business segment offers a wide spectrum of custom-designed products to address economic megatrends and future markets. These include specialty metal oxides and dispersions for transparent conductive coatings and antistatic films both suitable for printing processes.
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12 Nov 2021


Evonik Industries AG is the second largest chemicals company in Germany, and one of the largest specialty chemicals companies in the world. In October 2021, IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr. Hydra Rodrigues spoke to Evonik's Research, Development & Innovation Project Manager, Dr. Anna Pougin, at the Carbon Capture Technology Expo Europe.
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20 Nov 2019

A New Energy Storage Technology For The Internet-of-Things

Evonik Creavis GmbH, Germany
16 Apr 2018

BASF Battery Materials

26 Apr 2017


Provide ROHACELL supplied to customers through Litecon
25 Apr 2017

Oxford Advanced Surfaces

Have developed a modified surface RTM that allows for in-mold coating. Surface RTM has been promoted by many other companies including KraussMaffei in collaboration with Dieffenbacher. The coatings are usually between 0.15 and 0.22 mm thick. It overall eliminates the primer and sand process
16 Nov 2016

A new Energy Storage Technology For The Internet-of-Things

Evonik Creavis GmbH, Germany
28 Apr 2016

A New Energy Storage Technology For The Internet-Of-Things

Evonik Creavis GmbH, Germany
28 Apr 2016

LCD Display With Metal Oxide Semiconductor iXsenic® Coated On Gen 4

Evonik Resource Efficiency GmbH, Germany
14 Dec 2013

Daimler AG

German auto maker Daimler AG and specialty chemicals maker Evonik Industries AG are considering a sale of their unprofitable battery joint venture Li-Tec Battery GmbH, in a transaction owners hope could fetch as much as €1 billion ($1.32 billion). Daimler, which owns 49.9% of Li-Tec and Evonik, which holds the rest, are weighing a sale of the Dresden-based company after efforts to get a third owner on board have not succeeded so far, and expectations of a pure electric-car boom have faded. Industry sources suggest the joint venture could be a good fit for Asian battery specialists. It leaves Daimler exposed to Japanese and Korean leadership in the vital lithium-ion batteries.
14 Jan 2013


1 Dec 2011

Use of ITO for Anti-static and Conductive Applications Based on Coatings and Printing Technology

Evonik Degussa GmbH, China