Andaltec researchers participate in a meeting in Germany to analyze the progress of the LIFE COMP0LIVE project

Technology development ·

Andaltec researchers Francisco Javier Navas, Manuela Cano and Juan Pablo Ferrer, have succeeded in a meeting with the rest of the partners of the European Life Comp0live project that has been held at the Ford factory in Cologne (Germany).


During the meeting, the progress of this initiative, coordinated by Andaltec, which aims to demonstrate at an industrial level the use of olive pruning waste as a reinforcement in biocomposites with applications in the automotive sector, among others, was analyzed. The project consortium is also made up of the University of Jaén, Citoliva, the Olive and Oil Technology Center and Peña Tooling (Spain), Caliplast (France), Plasturgia (France) and Ford-Werke GmbH (Germany).


The researchers have made significant progress in the development of the material and are currently working on scaling up manufacturing, in which they have good prospects for success.


Source: Andaltec