Meet our team during the National IFT Chicago from July 16 to 18, 2016. Erwin Kooij & Robert Wagner will be happy to welcome you to pay a visit at our booth #3610.
Enzybel, Enzymos Asia Pacific & BSC are the reference for natural enzymes solutions.
We have been developing plant derived enzymes for decades and want to provide innovative solutions based on a technological knowledge answering to functional issues.
Our Bromelain, Ficin & Papain are produced for Food & Beverages, Feed & Pet food, Pharma & Technical and Nutraceuticals, with a unique focus: deliver high quality products with full traceability.
Sotecna is an innovative Belgium-based company whose main activity is the production of 100% pure and natural Essential Oils. Sotecna is internationally renowned for the high quality of its products. Its customers are leaders in the Flavor & Fragrance industries.
Since January 2016, Sotecna proudly took over the production and commercialization of snail extract and Enzymatic Products (detergent) from his sister company Enzybel .
In addition to the production site of Lessines fully dedicated to essential oil distillation, Sotecna has a new warehouse where the snail extract, enzymatic products are made. Located in the industrial zoning of Ghislenghien, the plant also handle the storage and the logistics.
Sotecna diversifies its range of products aiming to offer to his customers a pallet of natural ingredients for their applications in fields as varied as flavors, fragrances, cosmetics and nutraceutics.
Feel free to contact us and visit our web page for more information www.biofirst.be/subsidiaries/sotecna/
“As it grows Fethiye Agritech is attracting visitors, including growers, distributors and students, from other regions of Turkey,” says Biobest Antalya’s Çağlar Çiftçi. “Regional fairs provide great opportunities to reach Turkish growers, who welcome such events giving them easy access to current and new products and technologies.”
Biobest Antalya started producing two beneficial insects – Nesidiocoris tenuis and Orius laevigatus – towards the end of 2015 becoming the first commercial mass producer in Turkey. Fethiye Agritech provided an opportunity for visitors to see these two beneficial insects in close up.
“Sweet pepper is still the number one crop for IPM in Turkey,” explains Çağlar. “However, the introduction of locally produced Nesidiocoris is now set to boost adoption of IPM technology in Turkish tomato crops – with over 24,000ha of production. Biobest’s product quality and experienced technical services puts it in a strong position to develop this market.
“Turkey’s main export market for vegetables is currently Russia. The market is looking for alternative export destinations not influenced by political issues. IPM provides a path to reach this goal.
“Biobest sustainable crop protection strategies are set to play a significant role in Turkey’s future export business.”