Symrise, Gee Lawson Extends Esculin Joint Venture Aggrement

Symrise, Gee Lawson extend esculin JV

10:53 AM, 16th August 2013
Symrise Contract Expansion

HOLZMINDEN, GERMANY/LONDON, UK: Symrise BioActives and Gee Lawson are extending a cooperation, which began in 2011. Symrise BioActives manufactures highly purified esculin, which Gee Lawson supplies to the diagnostics industry. Esculin is used in microbiology culture media to reliably identify contamination from species such as streptococci and listeria, and so can be used to monitor food and water as well as the clinical testing of patients.

“With Gee Lawson as our partner, we can reach all of the major diagnostics customers. Their market expertise and contact with culture media manufacturers perfectly complement Symrise BioActives’ experience in producing highly enriched plant extracts,” said Stephan Hillers, Managing Director, Symrise BioActives GmbH Hamburg.

 

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