At Neo, we believe that our capacity to consistently supply advanced materials, which enable sustainable products and solutions, hinges on our exceptional technical expertise. Our unwavering commitment to providing high-quality products to our customers is bolstered by an ongoing pursuit of continuous improvement. With over 30 years of industry experience, we strive to solidify our position as industry leaders by maintaining substantial investments in research and development. Our eight R&D facilities, strategically located in North America, Europe, and Asia, support product development for our customers and local production facilities. In addition to developing new products and achieving unparalleled quality and efficiency, our R&D teams also contribute to projects that minimize Neo’s environmental footprint.
Beyond our industry-leading expertise and proficient R&D teams, Neo has established partnerships with academic institutions across North America, Europe, and Asia. These alliances keep us at the cutting edge of innovation and technology while providing internship and co-op opportunities for promising young talent. We have partnered with the University of Toronto in Canada, Tallinn University of Technology and the University of Tartu in Estonia, Qingdao University of Science and Technology in China, and Suranaree University of Technology in Thailand. By collaborating with academic institutions, Neo can leverage its industry experience and resources alongside the research capabilities of these organizations, fostering a culture
Neo’s corporate vision revolves around spearheading the journey towards a sustainable future. By fostering sponsored academic research partnerships, we support and actively seek to develop innovative processes and technologies that minimize our environmental impact. Neo takes pride in being a partner of the Industry Research Chair in Water and Sustainable Extractive Metallurgy at the University of Toronto’s chemical engineering department. This industrial research chair is dedicated to creating technologies that facilitate water recovery, treatment, and reuse in the metals extraction and processing industry. Furthermore, Neo collaborates with the metallurgical department at Suranaree University of Technology, focusing on research related to magnetic waste recycling.