ChemicalInfo was launched as CIS Data Services and began publishing chemical supplier data on an as-needed basis nationwide.
ChemicalInfo, maker of the Directory of World Chemical Producers (DWCP), is the most trusted resource of accurate information for the chemical and pharmaceutical industry worldwide. For over 40 years, we have collected, verified and distributed vital information including our producer and bulk pharmaceutical data to global buyers and sellers of chemicals and pharmaceuticals. In 2014 we launched the easy-to-use integrated version of our four products: Directory of World Chemical Producers (DWCP), FinishedForms, PathFinder and ContractManufacturing. This integration allows our users to have access to comprehensive data all in one place. Our improved user experience streamlines the sourcing and sales and marketing process of finding accurate producer and contact information.
We continually update our databases with the help of our in-house Research Department in addition to our direct contact with companies, relationships with trade associations and our network of global affiliates.
Our goal is to save our members time and add value by ensuring they have easy access to the most accurate information, when and where it’s needed.
The first CD-ROM version of the DWCP was distributed outside the US.
Following the internet boom, CIS quickly followed suit introducing the DWCP online. Shortly after all available databases migrated to the internet versions sold today.
The Chemical Informer newsletter hit 10K inboxes across the country. Today the Informer spans the globe reaching over 60K industry professionals per month.
Chemical Information Services wins the prestigious Advertising Achievement Award given by ReadexResearch.
The DWCP, CIS’ flagship product, begins its transformation project. The next generation of DWCP to be released soon.
The first edition of the DWCP Hardback was sold and distributed by Chemical Information Services and began the phenomenon that continues today.
The need for a directory with the same level of information as the DWCP surfaced for those on the sales and marketing side of the business. Thus the WBDU was born and offered worldwide in CD format.
Distributors demanded a way to be incorporated into the DWCP, opening the door for the first online advertising program at CIS.
Contract manufacturers were looking for a place to display their available equipment, reaction and capabilities, giving birth to the online version of WCMD.
ChemicalInfo was completely rebranded including the logo, website and exhibition presence allowing users to take a more interactive role.