Graphenea has been named “Best Graphene Firm” of 2020 by an international committee of 40 jury members of the international Committee of the conference Graphchina 2020.
The Best Graphene Firm Award highlights a graphene producer which provides graphene materials of the best quality and industrial scale production at reasonable pricing. Graphenea has been chosen among several other nominees including Chinese companies.
An award ceremony was held during the conference on October 17th in Shanghai, where Graphenea participated with an acceptation speech video. An award statuette accompanies the award. Graphenea was chosen from more than 5,000 graphene related companies all over the world.
Graphenea was selected for the award by International Graphene Awards (IGA), a three-level body that makes the selection. IGA consists of an IGA committee that organizes the event and establishes selection criteria, a Chair Board that makes nominations, and a Jury Board that casts the votes. The Chair Board was established on June 6th 2020 and consists of 10 renown graphene experts: Yichun Li (CGIA), Simon Xiao (DT NanoTech), Norbert Fabricius (ISC), Stephan Roche (ICN2), Francesco Bonaccorso (IIT), Johan Liu (Chalmers U), Rezal Khairi Ahmad (NanoMalaysia), Dusan Losic (Adelaide U), A.C. Ferrari (Cambridge U), and Xinliang Feng (TU Dresden). The Jury Board consists of 40 graphene experts and entrepreneurs from 12 different countries.
Apart from the best graphene firm award, the IGA gives awards for the best graphene product, industry promotion, industry demonstration and an honorary award.
Graphenea is honored to accept this award and will strive to continue serving our customers in an optimal manner.
The International Graphene Innovation Conference (GRAPCHINA) had been held successfully six times by CGIA (China Graphene Innovation Alliance) between 2014 to 2019. GRAPCHINA attracted more than 400 companies, 3000 people from 30 countries, and over 100 media representatives in 2018. GRAPHCHINA has become one of the largest global conferences about graphene science and industry.