Chemport Europe at the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology
Chemport Europe is proud to be at the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology in Montréal (Canada). This conference from July 23-26 is the world's largest industrial biotechnology event for business leaders, investors and policy makers in biofuels, bio-based products, and renewable chemicals.
Visitors can find Chemport Europe in the Holland Biotech Pavilion (booth #226).
The Holland Biotech Pavilion is coordinated by BE-Basic Foundation, a leading international public-private partnership that develops industrial biobased solutions to build a sustainable society. BE-Basic Foundation initiates and stimulates collaborations between academia and industry, between scientists and entrepreneurs and between the Netherlands and abroad.
Changing the nature of chemistry – In Chemport Europe, agricultural and chemical businesses, knowledge institutions, and regional and national governments work closely together to capitalize on opportunities that are created by market demand for sustainable products and processes. The Northern Netherlands strives to develop Chemport Europe into an important green port with one of the most sustainable chemical clusters in Europe by 2030. This ambition is facilitated by a strong bio-based chemical and recycling cluster and by the link between the energy sector and the agricultural sector in the region. All these elements turn Chemport Europe into an extremely attractive location for new initiatives and businesses.
Chemport Europe welcomes entrepreneurs with ambitions to capitalise on the opportunities provided by green chemistry. The shared ambition of companies, government and universities and support of NGOs, facilitates quick decisions and smooth permitting processes. In Chemport Europe a plan becomes reality in no time.
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