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Givaudan Inaugurates Active Ingredients Production Line

The expanded site in Pomacle, France, represents an investment of 11 million Swiss francs, or $11.3 million.

PARIS — Givaudan keeps developing its active-cosmetics ingredients (ACI) business.

The company said Monday it has inaugurated a new ACI production line in Pomacle, France. Givaudan invested 11 million Swiss francs, or $11.3 million at current exchange, on expanding the fermentation line, marking its largest infrastructure expenditure related to ACI.

“The new production line will support the company in meeting the fast-growing demand of its customers for innovative and sustainably sourced products used in cosmetic application,” the company stated.

Givaudan has been strengthening its ACI muscle through the recent acquisitions of Soliance in June 2014 and Induchem in August.