- It is regarded as one of the world’s chief makers and suppliers of Sclareol, which is obtained from Clary Sage plants
- Sclareol is considered a vital component utilized by the fragrance industry to produce a sustainable alternative for a waxy substance secreted by ambergris
The North Carolina-based Elo Life Systems Inc. has reportedly declared that it has formed a partnership with Avoca LLC to focus on enhancing the manufacturing of Clary Sage plants and an associated compound called Sclareol.
For the record, Avoca LLC is a subsidiary of the specialty chemicals firm Ashland. The company is also regarded as one of the world’s chief makers and suppliers of Sclareol, which is obtained from Clary Sage plants.
President of Avoca LLC, David Peele, PhD, reportedly commented that the company is delighted to use Elo Life System’s technology to enhance the manufacturing of Sclareol in Clary Sage plants. The latest collaboration strengthens Ashland’s portfolio of sustainability solutions. The future of the industry depends on the effective utilization of new technologies to improve operating efficiencies and increase yields, Peele further added.
According to a press release by Elo Life Systems, Sclareol is a vital component utilized by the fragrance industry to produce a sustainable alternative for a wax-like substance secreted by a tiny percentage of sperm whales known as ambergris.
The Chief Executive Officer of Elo Life Systems, Fayaz Khazi, PhD, was reportedly quoted saying that the company’s business model has been designed in a way which enables easy integration of innovative agricultural technologies made by Elo Life Systems with that of Avoca’s capability to transform them into a product. With the help of such collaborative approaches, the company’s technologies are well-positioned to deliver sustainable and improved products to customers through various partners, Khazi further added.