Delivering high quality with respect for nature
DSM-Amulix is a joint venture between Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, and Amulix, a developer of starch-based solutions for agricultural and industrial applications and daughter company of Dynaplak.
By leveraging the science-based competences and global scale of DSM, and Amulix’s capacity for ground-breaking innovation, we aim to drive the conversion from fossil- to bio-based seed coatings, and tackle the issue of microplastic pollution in the agricultural market.
We are based in Zwolle, the Netherlands, but through DSM we have a global distribution network.
Our team is made up of only high-quality professionals; our reputation – and that of our customers – depends on it. Throughout the team, we have a wide range of skillsets and expertise areas, from business development and logistical know-how to R&D expertise, regulatory affairs, and project management. Across our different roles, we are united by a single aim: enabling the production of sustainable agricultural starter material that contributes to creating brighter lives for all.
As members of the joint venture between DSM and Amulix, our team can draw on a wide range of experiences across material science and innovation, from both start-ups and global corporates. Curious to know more?
Amulix®. Delivering high quality with respect for nature
An agricultural industry that has replaced fossil-based seed coatings with bio-based seed coating solutions by 2030.
We will lead the market in high quality bio-based coating solutions for agricultural starter material, to produce sufficient and healthy food and feed and increase the benefit for all stakeholders in the value chain
DSM – Amulix
Zwolle 8022 AW
Frequently asked questions
A: The biodegradable, starch-based Amulix coatings not only have a lower carbon footprint than polymer-based synthetic coatings, but they also offer a viable solution to the issue of microplastic pollution.
A: Amulix will be offered in field crops (grains, cereals, grasses, etc.) and vegetable seed.