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Genencor and Huntsman to Develop Bio-Based Textiles

9:40 AM MDT | September 29, 2008 | Alex Scott

Danisco’s Genencor says it has entered into an agreement with Huntsman to develop bio-based processes for textile production, a deal that comes on the heels of Genencor’s agreement to develop bio-based isoprene with Goodyear (CW, Sept. 22, p. 8). Nedwin: Reducing use of harsh chemicals. The overall aim of the Genencor-Huntsman collaboration is to develop a portfolio of technologies, the companies say. Terms were not disclosed. Genencor will work with Huntsman’s global Textile Effects business, a producer of dyes and chemicals for the textile...

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