Modified wood producer Kebony raises a $10 million round targeted towards international expansion

On October 27, Norwegian government investment fund Investinor announced an investment of NOK 32 million ($5 million) in modified wood technology developer Kebony. The company's existing investors Environmental Technologies Fund, Seventure Partners, and Munich Ventures matched Investinor's amount...

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