On Monday, August 26, 2013, Gevo, Inc., the world’s only commercial producer of bio-isobutanol, held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its demonstration-scale paraxylene plant in Silsbee, Texas. BIO’s own CEO Jim Greenwood attended the ribbon cutting ceremony and had this to say:
“Industrial biotechnology companies such as Gevo show the true scope and reach of American innovation and ingenuity. After you visit these companies, after you see how entrepreneurs like Gevo CEO Pat Gruber and his team are strengthening and revitalizing American manufacturing, it’s hard not to be bullish about the future of industrial biotech and of our country.
… Full Text: http://www.biotech-now.org/environmental-industrial/2013/09/bios-ceo-jim-greenwood-congratulates-gevo-inc-on-the-construction-of-its-new-demonstration-paraxylene-plant?utm_source=Feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BiotechNow+%28BIOtech+Now%29&utm_term=RSS+Subscription#
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Source: BiotechNOW, 2013-09-20.