BOGART, GA. (Aug. 9, 1:15 p.m. ET) — Algix LLC is using algae to make green plastics. Literally. The company focuses on developing and commercializing the cultivation of aquatic biomass for use as a bioresin feedstock, and on developing the bioplastics for use in industrial, retail and commercial applications. The company still has some bugs to work out. The plastic is opaque — it ranges in color from black to dark green — and has a slight odor.
This report analyzes the $20 million dollar plastics industry in Mexico including sales of machinery & equipment, resins and finished products.
Our industry analysis highlights macro industry trends and micro trends faced by companies that do business in Mexico. The report also provides key industry statistics and forecasts to anticipate future industry expansion.
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