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Evonik signs MoU with government of Rostov region  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Evonik Industries AG (Essen, Germany; www.evonik) and the government of the Russian Rostov Region used the opportunity of a reception at the Russian embassy in Berlin and the annual International Green Week to reaffirm their cooperation. A corresponding memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed in the presence of Ilse Aigner, the German Minister of Agriculture, Nicolai Federov, her Russian counterpart, and Patrik Wohlhauser, member of the Executive Board of Evonik Industries AG. The objective is to establish a facility for the production of Biolys in Volgodonsk through the joint venture OOO DonBioTech. The operative partners of the joint venture are Evonik Industries AG as a minority shareholder and the Russian Varshavsky Group. The joint venture will use Evonik fermentation technology in the new Biolys plant to produce L-lysine. Biolys is considered a highly effective source of lysine in animal feed for swine and poultry. The new facility is to become operational in 2014 and will have an annual capacity of approx. 100,000 metric tons of Biolys. The raw material to be processed by the joint venture will consist of wheat grown in the Rostov Region. Governor Golubev has contractually guaranteed his full support for the joint venture.…
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