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AB Enzymes’ Story

 

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2015-16
2nd Capacity expansion at manufacturing site in Finland

2015
AB Enzymes 4th member of the European enzyme  trade association AMFEP with big member status

2010
Extension of all major product ranges: VERON®, ECOSTONE®, ECOPULP®, BIOTOUCH, ROHAPECT® ROHALASE®

2009
1st Capacity expansion at manufacturing site in Finland

2007
Global distribution arrangement for feed with ABF sister company, AB Vista

1999 / 2001
ABF buys Röhm Enzyme.

Name changed to AB Enzymes.

1997
Röhm buys the Altia (former Alko) enzyme business (ECONASE® )

1991
Joint venture with Roal Oy, Rajamäki Finland

1991
Roal Oy was established as a joint venture by former Finnish Alko Ltd and German Röhm GmbH

1958
First enzyme for the milling and baking industry launched: VERON®

1954
Alko ( now Altia )starts producing microbial enzymes for captive use in grain processing.

1934
Invention of the first enzyme for the food industry: PECTINOL® now ROHAPECT®

1932
The Finnish Prohibition Act is abolished. Alcohol beverage production in Rajamäki, starts. Alko is founded as the national alcoholic beverage retailing monopoly

1907
Röhm and Haas founded.
Invention of first industrial enzyme for the leather industry – OROPON.

1888
Doctor W. Juslin establishes Rajamäki yeast plant in Finland