Afyren signs new contract to provide biobased organic acid to U.S. customer

November 17, 2022 |

In France, Afyren, a greentech company that offers manufacturers biobased, low-carbon products made using technology based on natural micro-organisms, announced that it had signed a new multi-year contract to provide biobased organic acid to a U.S. maker of synthetic lubricants.
The French firm noted that the customer is an active producer of Polyol Esters, which are used in the formulation of synthetic lubricants.

Afyren’s biobased acids are used as a drop-in replacement for the conventional petro-based acids. This allows its customers to use the same manufacturing process, maintaining product performance, while reducing the carbon footprint of its products.

Afyren said it has contracts signed for its products in all six of its priority markets: food, feed, flavors and fragrances, lubricants, life sciences and material sciences. The company also said it has now pre-sold more than 75% of its Afyren Neoxy factory’s targeted production volume of organic acids.

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