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Glienicker Weg 185
Phone: +49 (0)30 - 670570
Fax: +49 (0)30 - 67057047
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ABiTEP GmbH, founded in 2005, produces and distributes natural microbial products for use in agriculture and gardening as well as biological cleaning agents for industry, commerce and household. Other important activities are contract production and research. In addition we are involved in various research projects developing modern and ecologically beneficial methods of plant production.
We use the potential of naturally occurring soil bacteria and other microorganisms to produce innovative and environmentally friendly bio-agents supporting a resource conserving, sustainable agriculture.
ABiTEP GmbH is specialised in fermentation products of various microorganisms e.g. for plant protection, soil amendments, starting bacteria and bacteria with environmentally friendly cleaning and smell reduction abilities.
ABiTEP GmbH runs bioreactors from 1,0 to 5000 l volume. We are equipped with devices for separation, freeze drying, extraction and formulation which also can be used for contract production. The R&D Department is spezialized in molecular Biology for Bacilli.
We are commited to a high quality standard in production. Food and feed safety (certificate "Good Manufacturing Practices" GMP+) for our microbiological additive products is guaranteed as well as a highly motivated and professional staff.
Last update of this entry: January 22, 2014
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