From D.C. to Amsterdam

By admin | Apr 5, 2018 | Comments Off on From D.C. to Amsterdam

March saw us traveling down to Washington, D.C., for the 2018 ABLC conference before we flew to the Netherlands for the World Bio Markets conference, to network and promote Maine’s assets to global leaders in the biobased industry. We showed products made in Maine, shared success stories from Maine companies, and generated dozens and dozens of…

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Hitting the Road to Promote Maine’s Assets

By admin | Feb 27, 2018 | Comments Off on Hitting the Road to Promote Maine’s Assets

Over the next month, we’re hitting the road for the start of our 2018 effort to market Maine’s assets to the global biobased industry at conferences in the U.S. and abroad. If you’re a Biobased Maine member and you haven’t already given us your promotional materials to bring to these conferences, please contact us. We can…

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Maine Coasters and Bio-Boards Launches

By admin | Feb 20, 2018 | Comments Off on Maine Coasters and Bio-Boards Launches

A new Maine company is leveraging the state’s powerful growth in craft beer to launch an innovative concept for the forest products industry. Founded by Falmouth native Kai Smith, Maine Coasters & Bio-Boards is developing beverage coasters made from Maine softwood pulp as well as leftover or “spent” grain from local breweries. The company was recently awarded…

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Call for New Biobased Maine Members

By admin | Jan 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

Say yes to investment and jobs for Maine! Biobased Maine is pleased to announce a call for new members in 2018. When you become a member of Biobased Maine, your membership opens new channels for your business development efforts, and helps you promote and network your business—as well as expand R&D opportunities for advanced biobased products…

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Pulp and Paper’s Innovative Future

By admin | Jan 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

As one of the rare mainstream industries that relies on a biobased, renewable, and fossil-free raw material, pulp and paper is poised to dominate. That’s the outlook from Bernard de Galembert, Bioeconomy and Innovation Director at the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI), writing in Bio-Based World News. “It is oftentimes overlooked that the pulp and paper…

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