Limburg-based LIOF, the regional development company for the Dutch province of Limburg, announced that it has invested in Healix, a clean tech scale-up that recycles discarded rope and nets from agriculture and fisheries into high-quality, circular polymers.
LIOF supports start-ups, scale-ups, small businesses, and foreign companies looking to establish a presence in Limburg through advising, networking, and financing.
“We’re excited to join forces with LIOF,” said Marcel Alberts, CEO and founder of Healix. “Besides being an investor from our home province, they share our social and sustainable values and enable us to continue our mission.”
Aim of the investment
The investment aligns with LIOF’s goal to finance frontrunners in the circular economy. It will enable Healix to scale up, innovate, and optimise its operations in Maastricht, helping the company make a positive impact on the plastics industry.