Worldwide presence: India, US & Belgium

Our international team based in India, the US and Belgium makes us experts in Asian, European and American markets. Relying on our own global presence creates valuable synergies that enhance our sourcing, supply and regulatory capabilities. Discover below our offices and global partnerships.


Mumbai team: ExSyn headquarters

ExSyn was founded in Mumbai in 1991 with the goal of becoming a reliable sourcing partner based in India who strives for excellence delivering high-quality ingredients at competitive prices for companies across the globe. Over three decades, ExSyn has acquired a strong expertise in the life science industry, as well as in industrial chemicals and custom synthesis activities.

Houston team: Exim – Indis joint venture

With the goal of strengthening our presence in one of the world’s key markets, we opened our offices in Houston (US), the result of a joint venture between ExSyn and our Belgian partners Indis NV. The partnership has resulted in a strong alliance based on shared values and international expertise in the life science and chemical industries. Our multilingual team serves the United States and Canada, in English and Spanish.
 
Exim – Indis Inc.
5100 Westheimer Rd
Suite 200, PMB# 294,
Houston, TX-77056, USA
(832) 799-6323 / (832) 220-5433
exim-indis.com
info@exim-indis.com

Belgium team: Indis NV partner

Indis NV is our Belgian partner, a European distribution company owned and managed by the Lippens family, who possess several decades of experience in sourcing and supplying raw materials to the pharma, health and food industries. Their strong relationships with manufacturers in Europe and Asia, along with their extensive database of global chemical producers and suppliers amplify our international sourcing capabilities.
 
Indis NV
Emiel Hullebroecklaan 11
2630 Aartselaar
Belgium
+32 (0)3844 30 00
+32 (0)3 888 61 82

www.indis.be

info@indis.be

ExSyn Live
Energy Crisis: The EU Chemical Industry Is Reaching Breaking Point
News · 11/11/2022

The current energy crisis has reached an unsustainable level for the European chemical industry. For the first time ever, the EU imports more chemicals than it exports, both in volume and value, resulting in a trade deficit of € 5.6 bn for the first half of 2022.

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In focus: Pyrophosphoryl Chloride
Products in focus · 29/11/2022

Pyrophosphoryl chloride is colourless to pale yellow liquid, reasonably easy to handle. It reacts violently with water & miscible with most organic solvents.
It is used in pharmaceutical and other organic synthesis, as laser materials and electronic components.

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CPhI India – More Than an Exhibition
Events · 01/10/2022

Meet the ExSyn team at CPhI India 2022

November 29 – December 1, 2022

India Expo Center, Greater Noida, Delhi NCR

https://www.cphi.com/india/en/home.html

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European Union proposes to add two new hazard classes to EU CLP regulation for endocrine disruptors (EDCs)
News · 17/10/2022

Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (also referred to as hormone disruptors or EDCs) are synthetic chemicals that are not produced by the human body and that disrupt the normal functioning of humans and animals.

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In focus: Benzilic Acid Ethyl Ester
Products in focus · 22/11/2022

Benzilic acid ethyl ester is an oil organic liquid. Its reactivity is attributed to the presence of the hydroxyl group at alpha-position to the carboxylic acid group and hence it participates in various reactions leading to value-added intermediates and APIs.

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The Shipping Industry in a downward spiral
News · 03/10/2022

The shipping industry is now returning to normality and is in a downward spiral. The cost of shipping goods from China has slumped to the lowest level in more than two years as the world economy stumbles, dimming prospects for container carriers that turned in record profits during the pandemic.

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In focus: Bromobenzene
Products in focus · 15/11/2022

Bromobenzene, an aryl halide, is a clear, colorless liquid with a pleasant odor. It is soluble in methanol and diethyl ether, and very slightly soluble in cold water.

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