Saturday, 14 November 2015

Arsenal Star on the Verge of Making £20billion from Mega-Investment


Unlike many footballers who choose to live extravagant lives without considering what the future holds, there is this one who has taken a positive step towards achieving more greatness.

Arsenal midfielder, Mathieu Flamini has partnered with an Economics graduate Pasquale Granata and the duo have set up a company known as GF Biochemicals. The new establishment is concerned with the mass production of Levulinic acid (LA). The foundation for this business was laid eight years ago and it is believed that the French international will get a fortune of as much as £20billion if all goes as planned.

Flamini has spent lots of millions on the project i.e. in the areas of research, infrastructure, trials and human resource management but has kept all these secret before now. It was only in his recent interview that he made this known to the public. He also confirmed the location of the firm to be Caserta, Italy.

“We are pioneers. We are opening a new market and it’s a market potentially worth £20billion,” Flamini toldThe Sun.

“At the start we wanted the name of the company to be Green Futures.

“When I moved to Milan in 2008 I met Pasquale, who became a close friend and we always had in mind to do something together.

“I was always close to nature and concerned about environmental issues, climate change and global warming; he was on the same wavelength. We were looking how we could make a contribution to the problem.

“After a while we found out about Levulinic Acid: it’s a molecule identified by the US Department of Energy as one of the 12 molecules with the potential to replace petrol in all its forms.

“Researchers told us LA is the future and by doing research in that field we could come up with a great discovery and success.”

Flamini's company, GF Biochemicals will be the first in the world to ever indulge in the mass production of Levulinic acid which we have been made to know is friendly to the ecosystem. The acid could be used in plastic, pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics industries etc.

Besides having a plant and laboratory in Caserta, Flamini has an office in Milan and also in Geleen, Holland. He and his associate has created employment in Italy with about 400 workers making a living through them.
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