EnzymCo to start production runs at its new factory in Madurai

EnzymCo proteases made in India
EnzymCo to start production runs at its new factory in Madurai
The production of papain enzyme is the key activity at EnzymCo, but besides papain, the company also offers other plant-derived and animal-derived enzymes. Photo - S Hermann and F Richter from Pixabay

From May 2021, EnzymCo has announced the start of its first production runs at its brand-new factory in Madurai, Tamil Nadu – India. Tamil Nadu-based EnzymCo, as a distinguished manufacturer, has a big concentration on the Asian market to cater enzyme-based solutions to a variety of industries like food & beverages, feed & petfood, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics & technical, nutraceuticals, including many others.

The production of papain enzyme is the key activity at EnzymCo, but besides papain, the company also offers other plant-derived and animal-derived enzymes. The local management and investors share the same passion for enzymes and have a rich history of producing enzymes and finding innovative applications for customers. According to the company, the expertise of EnzymCo will bring added value to processors out of different market segments.

EnzymCo firmly believes that it can offer users of enzymes the high quality, innovative products and services they have come to expect. With this, the company aims to cater to the local Indian market and some surrounding countries.

The locally collected latex and the refining process at the state-of-the-art facility from EnzymCo guarantee just in time deliveries of a very performant protease that is GMO-free, out-of-nature plant-derived, not toxic, and 100% biodegradable. As enzyme experts in protein, bakery, meat processing, beer brewing, and dairy, EnzymCo claims to offer a diversified portfolio of proteases.

EnzymCo has been developing products from plant-derived enzymes for decades. The company is continually expanding its knowledge in this, and uses its expertise to improve the products as solutions for various industrial applications.

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