Metabolix, Inc. (MBLX)
Jefferies 2012 Global Industrial and A&D Conference
August 08, 2012 04:00 am ET
Rick Eno - President and CEO, Director
Lucy Watson - Jefferies & Company
Good afternoon. I am Lucy Watson. I work in, Chemicals & Clean Tech Equity Research for Jefferies & Company. My pleasure to introduce, Rick Eno, the CEO of Metabolix.
Thank you very much, Lucy, and it's a pleasure to be here at the Jefferies Global Industrial and Aerospace Conference.
We're a little different than a lot of the other companies you've met over the course of the day. Metabolix is an early-stage technology company, game-changing technology, very well positioned in the fields of renewable chemicals and renewable materials, which I'll take you into today, lots of potential, very evolving dynamic company making great progress. I'd like to provide you with some of those highlights today.
First, I'll point you to our Safe Harbor statement. There'll be numerous comments I may make that could be forward-looking, and please refer to our Form 10-Q and recently Form 10-K as well.
I am now on page three, the Metabolix division. Metabolix is focused on commercializing solutions that are clean, sustainable and that underscore economically viable for the world in plastics, chemicals and energy.
It's an early and one of the leaders of industrial biotechnology that has been recognized for numerous awards over the years. Innovation awards, bioplastic awards, green chemistry awards and most recently recognized by the World Economic Forum in Davos as a Technology Pioneer, very game-changing technology, which I'll now bring you into how we are aiming to commercialize that technology.