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MetGen

Rakentajantie 26
Kaarina
Finland

Phone: +35824788340
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MetGen is a Finnish company that develops disruptive enzymatic products that enable significant efficiency improvements in the pulp and paper and biofuels industries, as well as removal of toxic micro-pollutants from waste water. The company offers enzymatic solutions for the pre-treatment of a variety of lingo-cellulosic biomass. MetGen provides enzymes that dramatically save energy at the refining step and increase productivity in the pulp and paper industry. In the advanced biofuel sector, MetGen enables production of low cost lingo-cellulosic sugars. MetGen's competitive advantage is the ability to tailor or adapt enzymes to meet each customer’s segment specific needs. 



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Last update of this entry: March 20, 2013

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