Markets

Pharma and fine chemicals

Markets

First and second generation biofuels:
bioethanol, biodiesel, biorefineries

Markets

Food and beverages

Markets

Oleochemicals

Markets

Pharma and fine chemicals

Markets

First and second generation biofuels:
bioethanol, biodiesel, biorefineries

Markets

Food and beverages

Markets

Oleochemicals

We strongly believe that the future for industrial application of enzymes is bright.

The world market for enzymes is around 6 billion euros and growing above average. In some applications, like in laundry detergent, as medication or as food or feed additive, enzyme immobilization will be unlikely. In other applications though, whether this is in pharmaceutical manufacturing, in diagnostics, in food production or in biofuels, enzyme immobilization may open the door to significant cost reduction. Where the future for  industrial use of enzymes may be bright, the future for immobilized enzymes will be shining.

With more than a decade of experience in biocatalysis, we help our clients with services and products, with process development and with enzyme immobilization. We serve a very diverse customer base; from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies; from big pharma names to second generation bio-fuel engineering companies; from food production to diagnostics. With all our customers, we share the passion for chemistry. As no other, we understand that a green process is only acceptable if the cost is right. In this respect, all markets are the same.

Pharma and fine chemicals

Our profound knowledge of organic chemistry and biocatalysis makes us the preferred supplier for those that lack the knowledge of enzymatic reactions or sparring partner for the more experienced.

First and second generation biofuels

Whether it is in bioethanol, in biodiesel or in biorefineries, our focus is on cost reduction of the enzyme usage by smart enzyme immobilization, enzyme separation and re-use.

Food and beverages

The use of enzymes in food preparation is widespread and diverse. Removing immobilized enzymes can avoid the need to denature. One of the various topics we work on.

Oleochemicals and cosmetic esters

Even for bulk products like 2EH palmitate and MCT, biocatalysis is now a viable alternative. We work closely with different manufacturers of cosmetic esters and will gladly assist you to also make it happen.