Pivoting from Plants-to-Food to Plants-to-X – What’s the future of Ag?

September 20, 2020 |

COVID created mini kitchen labs and what the crystal ball shows

As we all know and learned from 2020, COVID-19 changed the way we do things. How did it impact Sironix Renewables and how did they adjust? They certainly got creative!

Christoph Krumm, CEO and Co-Founder of Sironix renewables told The Digest in an exclusive interview, “COVID-19 has certainly impacted our short-term operations and getting lab work done. We even went as far as to set up mini kitchen laboratories in our homes to get some non-hazardous work done while we were stuck at home. Long term, I expect that cleaning products are going to come out of this in a great position. If anything, I get the feeling that people are thinking more about how cleaning products work, and that presents a great opportunity to come out of this with better performing and more eco-friendly solutions.”

When asked where Sironix sees itself in a year or in 5 years, Krumm told The Digest, “Over the next couple years, we will be scaling our technology through in-house development and contract manufacturing primarily to support partnerships with product brands and chemical manufacturers. Soon after that, we plan to launch our ingredient for application in laundry detergents and expand the application base into cleaning, personal care, agriculture, and coatings markets over the next 5 years.”

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