Succinity starts commercial production and joins the four-way succinic acid competition

On March 4, Succinity, the 50:50 joint venture between Carbion Purac and BASF, announced the start-up of its first commercial production plant. Succinity uses Basfia succiniciproducens to convert a range of sugar feedstocks to succinic acid. The plant, located at the Corbion Purac site in Montmel...

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