Alban Muller invests €2 million in plant extract zeodration technology

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Specialised in naturals, the services company has been the partner of beauty and health industries since 1978 and has in an effort to become more sustainable, invested 2 million euros in a new drying facility for plant extracts by zeodration.

According to Alban Muller, despite being equipped with zeodration since 2002, this technology presents several advantages such as a low temperature drying process that preserves the activity of the molecules extracted while consuming little energy resulting in a better carbon footprint.

"This completely computerized tool will also enable a perfect monitoring of the drying parameters and of their record by batch (state, pressures, temperatures…) and thus, of the product quality and reproducibility​."

The company that provides ingredient R&D, formulation R&D, manufacturing, marketing and logistic services says the new investment which is set to be up and running by July, will also allow the group to triple its manufacturing capacity and thus improve its delivery times and to better answer its customers needs.

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