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Kraig Biocraft Laboratories plans large scale production in Vietnam

The company’s management just completed a series of successful meetings with government officials in Vietnam designed to outline a collaborative path.

16th January 2017

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Ann Arbor, MI

Protective, Industrial

Following the meeting with provincial leadership, the company’s management toured mulberry production, silkworm rearing, and textile weaving facilities in the province of Quang Nam to better assess the region’s capacity.

“We were very impressed with what we saw in Quang Nam, its people, history, and capacity makes it a great location for our advanced silk production,” said COO Jon Rice.

“We would, again, like to thank the Chairman, Vice Chairman and numerous other leaders of the province for their support and enthusiasm in exploring the opportunity to bring our technology to Quang Nam province,” commented Kim Thompson, the company’s founder and CEO.

Kraig Biocraft Laboratories

Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, a fully reporting biotechnology company, is a leading developer of genetically engineered spider silk based fibre technologies.

The company says its genetic engineering research has succeeded in developing a practical and cost-effective technology for producing recombinant spider silk based fibres on an industrial scale. Kraig Biocraft Laboratories is moving rapidly to commercialise its spider silk technology, which it believes will have a significant impact on the global textiles industry.

At the same time, the company is continuing to work in cooperation with leading laboratories to create new stronger and more flexible spider silk based fibres with potentially broad applications for consumers and industry in the multi-billion dollar marketplace for textiles and performance polymers.

www.kraiglabs.com

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