Chemicals Northwest (CNW) is an industry-led, cluster organisation that works with the chemistry-using industries of the North West and surrounding area. We are funded by our members and are part of the Chemical Industries Association. 

CNW currently represents over 160 members who serve a wide range of markets, including pharmaceuticals, automotive, electronics and construction. We also regularly communicate and engage with a much greater percentage of businesses that are active in the sector and region, through our events, magazine and e-bulletins.

Join us today and get involved in growing and securing the North West chemical industry for the future.


Siemens Industry is an active member of Chemicals North West. We have seen great benefits resulting from our links with the Association & its Membership base.  Together we are passionate about the chemical sector & safeguarding its future position in Great Britain & Ireland. Thank you to all your team for your support and dedication to the Chemical community, we very much look forward to continuing our engagement with you. Sean McDonagh, Business Manager Chemical, Sales Manager Chem Pharm - Siemens Industry GB&I

I've been attending CNW events for around 20 years and have been part of the REACH group since its inception. Chris Howick, REACH Manager - INEOS Chlorvinyls

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Chemicals North West meetings allow members to make new and valuable contacts in a friendly and relaxed environment with the encourage of John and Alex. I would recommend not only joining but taking the time away from normal business activities to get involved. Doug Howard, Market Development Manager Bouygues E&S Contracting UK Limited



Chemicals Northwest is the industry-led, chemical cluster support organisation for the £10 billion North West chemical sector, the largest in the UK. We are a funded by our members and owned and supported by the Chemical Industries Association.

We are a membership organisation that supports and promotes the interests and activities of the chemistry-using industries.