Avantium partners with Tereos, with implications of potential feedstock supply agreement

On June 10, 2015, Tereos announced, as part of its Q1 2015 investor presentation, that it signed an agreement with Avantium. The agreement entails an investigation of the possibility to implement a PEF-producing unit Tereos’ facility in Lillebonne, France. However, since none of the two companies...

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