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Agilyx

Agilyx, founded in 2004, is a leader in chemical plastics recycling solutions, positioned to solve and mitigate the global challenge of plastic waste. The company has developed a patented, flexible, commercially validated and scalable solution to convert waste plastic into recycled materials and products in a massive yet untapped market. With Cyclyx, a JV with ExxonMobil, Agilyx possesses the industry know-how of feedstock supply and management. Being a technology enabler that deploys an asset light model, Agilyx can scale many projects simultaneously and rapidly. ExxonMobil, Virgin, Mitsubishi Chemical and Technip Energies are several selected key partners of the company.

OTCQX: AGXXF
OSE: AGLX

IR Website: agilyx.com/investors
Headquarters: Portsmouth, New Hampshire

 

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Agilyx At A Glance

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Agilyx Value Proposition

Solving the Global Plastic Waste Environmental Challenges

Chemical Recycling Makes Plastic a Circular Resource

A Sizable Addressable Market

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An End-to-End Solution w/ Feedstock management as an Advantage

Technology is Patented, Proven and Commercially Validated

A Robust Member, Partner & Investor Base - a Future Growth Anchor

Deploying An Asset Light Model that is Ready To Scale

Rapid Growth to 2030

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