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What makes Synvina’s FDCA and PEF so special? Please watch Stefan Blank (BASF) and Tom van Aken (Avantium) talk about Synvina.

Patrick Schiffers gave German radio station “Radio RPR1” a brief interview on Synvina and PEF (in German only).

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The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior characteristics like improved barrier properties and a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows Synvina’s Amsterdam lab with test bottles made from PEF. They are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows test bottles made from PEF. These bottles are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows Synvina’s Amsterdam lab where chemical engineers Suzanne Riesenkamp-de Goeij and Farhad Keihan are working on the production processes by manufacturing test bottles made from PEF. They are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows test bottles made from PEF. These bottles are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior characteristics like improved barrier properties and a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows Synvina’s Amsterdam lab, where chemical engineer Suzanne Riesenkamp-de Goeij is working on the production processes by manufacturing test bottles made from PEF. They are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows test bottles made from PEF. These bottles are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows test bottles made from PEF. These bottles are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows test bottles made from PEF. These bottles are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows the value chain starting with FDCA (left), PEF made out of FDCA (middle) and a test bottle made from PEF. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior characteristics like improved barrier properties and a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows Synvina’s Amsterdam lab with test bottles made from PEF. They are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. In Synvina’s Amsterdam lab, chemical engineer Sulivan Djamad is working on the production processes by manufacturing test bottles made from PEF. They are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior characteristics like improved barrier properties and a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. In Synvina’s Amsterdam lab, chemical engineers Suzanne Riesenkamp-de Goeij and Farhad Keihan are working on the production processes by manufacturing test bottles made from PEF. They are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior characteristics like improved barrier properties and a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows Synvina’s Amsterdam lab with test bottles made from PEF. They are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows test bottles made from PEF. These bottles are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina
The production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) from renewable resources is on the agenda of Synvina, a joint venture of BASF and Avantium. FDCA is a chemical building block for various products, an important example is the new polymer polyethylenefuranoate (PEF). PEF is suitable for example for food and beverage packaging. Compared to conventional plastics in this application field PEF offers superior barrier properties thus enabling a longer shelf life of packaged products. PEF also offers a higher mechanical strength enabling thinner packaging, and it is recyclable. Our photo shows test bottles made from PEF. These bottles are suitable for carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks, water, dairy products, still and sports drinks and alcoholic beverages as well as personal and home care products. © Synvina

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