Berlin, Germany (26 November 2020)—INAM, the Innovation Network for Advanced Materials, is pleased to welcome ChemCode as the newest startup member to their network.
INAM is a global network of companies and research institutes in the field of Advanced Materials. Their mission is to support innovative ideas, products and processes in the field of Advanced Materials with the aim to accelerate the global market entry of technology innovations by providing access to infrastructure and collaboration between corporates, startups and research institutions.
“We are so glad to welcome a material startup like ChemCode into our network,” said Managing Director of INAM, Antonia Caraveteanu. “As INAM grows, more startups join us in advancing the world of materials and we’re glad to see new ideas and technologies come from all over the world.”
ChemCode is an early-stage European startup based in Latvia. Led by Founder Erick Pastor, their goal is to ensure the authenticity of goods, trace the origin of production and mark raw materials and products without restrictions of size, quantity or location.
ChemCode’s proprietary identification additive technology has the capability to generate a unique internal signature and virtually indestructible fingerprint. This ensures that the world's high-value materials and products are authentic.
Currently, ChemCode is open and looking for pilot projects. For the first round of projects, they are looking blasting agents or extruded polymer applications. Their next round of pilots begins in 2021 and will focus on additive manufacturing, surface coating or ink applications.
If you would like to learn more about ChemCode and their pilot projects, visit their website https://www.chemcode.eu/