Strem UK

An Independent Distributor of
Strem Chemicals
Products in UK & Ireland

About Strem UK

Strem Chemicals UK Ltd, has had a presence in the UK and Ireland for over twenty five years, it distributes a range of high purity chemicals and specialist materials. Our clients include academic, industrial and governmental research laboratories as well as commercial scale businesses in the pharmaceutical, microelectronic and chemical industries

Upcoming Events

As part of our plan  to meet people and discuss how we can meet their needs, we are organising mini exhibitions at various sites including science parks and universities, both in the UK and Ireland.

Feel free to contact us if you would like us to exhibit at your place of work.  We will have lots of free literature  available for you to have and it’s a good opportunity to meet some of the team.


A busy summer is waiting for the team from Strem Chemicals UK

Initially we are attending:

The highly awaited 22nd Conference of the ISFC   22nd-27th July 201June with an  huge line up of international speakers organised by:


Veronique Gouverneur


  David O’Hagan 


  Graham Sandford


 University of Oxford, (UK)  University of St Andrews (UK)  Durham University, (UK)

Fluorine, a Multifaceted Element, has sparked the interest of chemists working in disciplines as diverse as synthesis, catalysis, material sciences, energy, agrochemical sciences, medical sciences and chemical biology. We are planning a range of symposia, plenary, keynote and invited speakers sessions disclosing some of the most recent and exciting advances made by world renowned scientists working in the field. The conference aims at covering fundamental and applied fluorine chemistry in the broadest sense, and will be hosted by the University of Oxford, one of the leading universities in the world. The symposium will take place in some of the most magnificent venues of the University with the opening ceremony in the Sheldonian Theatre, the scientific oral sessions in the Examination Schools, and the poster sessions in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.