When it comes to high-end fields such as electronics and photonics, some of the largest companies in the world such as Samsung, Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), Nokia (NYSE: NOK), IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Sony (NYSE: SONY) are on the forefront of applied graphene research.
Being only one atom thick, 200 times stronger than steel and tougher than a diamond, graphene, is honeycomb arranged sheet of carbon and being prepared to revolutionize many industries including batteries, displays, electronics, medicine and more.
There are over 100 companies all over the world that are directly involved with graphene. But here is one you should take a 2nd look at.
First Graphene trades on the OTC Pink Sheets under the symbol FGPHF and on the Australian Stock Exchange under the symbol FGR and has the capability of producing 100,000 kg of high quality PureGRAPH graphene products per year. PureGRAPH is the brand name under which First Graphene offers a range of high-quality graphene nanoplatelet products.
Where First Graphene stands out is that the company simultaneously emphasizes commercial applicability (plus scalability) and premium quality. In this manner, First Graphene partners with its clients, ensuring them that they’re getting the appropriate materials for their target projects. Because of this, First Graphene could be the first to dominate the market.
First Graphene Ltd. (OTC Pink: FGPHF), (ASX: FGR) is the leading supplier of high-performing graphene products. It is not processing commercial applications in composites, elastomers, fire retardancy, construction and energy storage.
The company already has clients lining up to buy First Graphene’s products, which are already in high demand across several industries.
Back in February, First Graphene signed an exclusive supply agreement with Steel Blue to provide graphene products for work boots. That came after both companies worked together to create the world’s first graphene-enhanced safety boot.
Additionally, FGR is working closely with the mining industry to make more durable equipment with longer lifespans. Just last week, the company’s customer supplied several graphene-enhanced bucket liners to a second major iron ore producer.
And already, FRG is investigating what other industries they could supply graphene to. On April 8, the company announced its move into the natural rubber industry. First Graphene just started a research program to see how its PureGRAPH powders can be used across several natural rubber product lines.
An article by The Market Herald concluded that it seems like First Graphene investors should be prepared to play the long game to maximise their returns, but there could be some rewarding short-term performance as well as new product verticals start to adopt graphene.
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