27 April 2013

PoliKompleks invests 30 million euros to construct a bioplastics plant in Russia

Biochemical cluster to become a focus for future economic growth in the region

PoliKompleks, a Russian industrial biotechnology company, plans to invest around 1,2 billion rubles, 30 million euros, to construct a bioplastics production complex in Russia’s far western enclave of Kaliningrad. To say it is Nikolai Tsukanov, governor of the Kaliningrad Region.

PoliKompleks has reached agreement to establish plants for products based on lactic acid and polylactides (PLA) for the manufacture of some 50,000 tpa of biocomposites.

… Full text: ilbioeconomista.com/2013/04/27/polikompleks-invests-30-million-euros-to-construct-a-bioplastics-plant-in-russia/

Tags: Bio-2020, grain, lignocellulose, algae, waste, platform chemicals, bioplastics, biomaterials, biocatalysis, transgenic plants

 

Source: Il Bioeconomista, 2013-04-27.

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