ChainCraft is a company focused on sustainable chemistry within the chemical and material industries. The company's main service is the production of bio-based chemicals from food waste, which are created through a non-GMO fermentation process. These chemicals are primarily supplied to the agri-food and chemical & material industries. It was founded in 2010 and is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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Latest ChainCraft News
Oct 13, 2022
ChainCraft secures $11M funding round for commercial-scale plant In the Netherlands, ChainCraft, a Dutch scale-up active in circular chemical production is proud to announce it closed a EUR11 million funding round and secured the upcoming equity funding for its full scale flagship plant . ChainCraft produces circular chemicals from food waste through innovative fermentation technology, replacing fossil and palm oil based chemicals. For this round lead investor Convent Capital teamed up with existing investors SHIFT Invest, Horizon 3 and PDENH. ChainCraft will use the proceeds of this round to lay the groundwork for an industrial scale plant and to accelerate its growth plans in its existing Amsterdam demo plant.
ChainCraft Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was ChainCraft founded?
ChainCraft was founded in 2010.
Where is ChainCraft's headquarters?
ChainCraft's headquarters is located at Basisweg 68, Amsterdam.
What is ChainCraft's latest funding round?
ChainCraft's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did ChainCraft raise?
ChainCraft raised a total of $11.05M.
Who are the investors of ChainCraft?
Investors of ChainCraft include horizon3, SHIFT Invest, Participatiefonds Duurzame Economie Noord-Holland, Covent Capital Partners and Dutch Greentech Fund.
Who are ChainCraft's competitors?
Competitors of ChainCraft include TripleW and 4 more.
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