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‘Breakthrough year’ for renewable polymers firm

Revenues were up by 63 per cent in 2022 at Dutch firm Avantium Renewable Polymers as the company registered what it calls a ‘breakthrough year’, with the flagship furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) plant in Delfziji progressing well and commercial production set to start in 2024. Total revenues for the year were €17.8 million ($19.2m), compared with…

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