The Newark, Delaware facility was founded in 2002 by Al Giacco and family with a strong growth vision for Ajedium™. Solvay acquired the facility in September 2008. Ajedium™ consist of flat-die extrusion of single-layer and multi-layer film and thin-gauge sheets. Ajedium™ film applications are in the electronics, aerospace, oil and gas and friction and wear markets. The business has doubled since 2010 and its vision is to double again by 2016.
100 Interchange Blvd.
Newark, DE 19711
The Marshallton (Wilmington) electron beam facility is part of Solvay Specialty Polymers and employs 18 people. It produces polymist, algoflon G10 and G50, and Halar®558. The latter product is a film used to encapsulate the photovoltaic cells used on the Solar Impulse airplane, scheduled to fly around the world in 2015 fueled only by solar energy.
800 Greenbank Road
Marshallton(Wilmington), DE 19808