About ACS

Corporate Information

Company NameAllied Carbon Solutions Co., Ltd.
Address8-3-32 Nishishinjyuku Shinjyuku-ku Tokyo Japan 1600023
Tel03-5937-5736
Fax03-5937-5746
URLhttp://www.allied-c-s.co.jp
Capital253,620,000 JPY
President & CEOYosuke Yamagata
Director (India rep.)Tatsuma Kawakami
Director & CFOKazuhiro Ono
DirectorShinichiro Kato
DirectorObumi Furuya
AuditorNobumitsu Kibe
Legal AdviserURYU & ITOGA
Associated BankMitsui Sumitomo Bank, Nishi Shinjuku Branch
Japan Finance Corporation
Bank of India, Tokyo Branch, Oversees Branch
State Bank of India, Tokyo Branch, Udaipur Branch
Allied Carbon Solutions Pte. Ltd.
Address10 Gopen Street, 25-02 Icon, Singapore 078878
Allied Carbon Solutions USA LLC
Address3 Cox‘s walk North Haven, NY 11963
ACS Alternative Fuels Private Limited
AddressPlot No: G-192-193, Gudli Industrial Area, RIICO, Gudli, Tehsil Mavli, Dist, Udaipur (Rajasthan)
Business Description The manufacturer of Bio Surfactant
R&D and product sales related to cultivation through biotechnology used for horticultural trees and plants
Sales, import / export operations on agricultural products

History of the company

2008Allied Carbon Solutions Co., Ltd was incorporated
2009Allied Carbon Solutions USA LLC was incorporated
2010ACS Alternative Fuels Private Limited was incorporated
2010Made the contract for R&D of Bio Surfactant (Sophorolipids : ACS-Sophor) with AIST(Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan).
2011Started Joint R&D with Indian Pharmaceutical company for manufacturing ACS-Sophor
2012Started the commercial sales of ACS-Sophor to Japanese detergent Market.
2013Made a Contract with Indian pharmaceutical company for manufacturing ACS-Sophor.
2013Started manufacturing ACS-Sophor
2013Completed registration of INCI (Candida Bombicola/Madhuca Longifolia Seed Oil Ferment Extract)
Completed registration of CAS No.
Registry Number : 1573124-58-9
CA Index Name : Glycolipids ,, sophorose-contg ,, Candida bombicola-fermented, from D- glucose and mahua Madhuca longifolia fats and glyceridic oils
2015Completed registration of US EPA(US Environmental Protection Agency) TSCA

What is ACS-Sophor?

Bio Surfactants ACS-Sophor®
(Trademark2013−015146), First Class

Allied Carbon Solutions Co.,Ltd , in collaboration with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), and the University of the Ryukyus have established the technology to mass-produce naturally-derived high-performance surfactants called "biosurfactants" from non-edible biomass.
Production of biosurfactants from non-edible biomass using yeast
Madhuca longifolia
Yeast
Madhuca oil
(High melting point)
Fermentation
processes
Biosurfactant
Utilizing Mahua Oil for Fermantation Carbon Source.

Utilizing Indian Mahua Oil which is non-edible feedstock. Free from the Food Problems. [Patent Pending]

Technical Field
  • Biosurfactants which use Non-Edible biomass (Madhuca oil)
Application number
  • The number of the patent application : 2013-024713
Fermented by Avirulence Strain

ACS-Sophor is 100% Natural Product made by Stamerella (Candida) bombicola. The strain first utilize Mahua Oil , then biosynthesize Sophorolipids. Chemical structure of Sophorolipids is the Ether Linkage of Fatty Acid and Sophorose (Disaccharide of two glucoses by Beta 1・2 bond). One of the most prominent Bio-surfactants in commercial scale manufacturing.

High Surface Tension Activity & Less Foaming

The Critical Micelle Concentration(CMC)of Sophorolipids is 10~40mg/L, and γ-CMC is 30~40mN/m, has very high efficiency as surfactants. This figure is 5 to 20 times better than Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate(SDS), being considered due to its balky structure. However, Sophorolipids generate only less foam, contributing to easy rinsing and lower skin stimulus.

Maintaining Natural Composition Ratio

ACS remains same natural composition ratio of its Acid and Lactone Form since we think this is the best ratio designed by nature.

High Degradability

Sophorolipids has high degradability as same as Lauric Acid Sodium Salt, far better Eco-Friendliness comparing to existing synthetic surfactants.


Materials for Application

News

Press Release

August 29, 2013:The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
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August 30, 2013:Nikkei Bio tech, The Chemical Daily, etc.
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September 2, 2013:Nikkei Newspaper
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September 2, 2013:Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun
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Research Papers and Materials

1986:The Journal of Toxicological Sciences
Author:Yuzo Ikeda, Takeshi Sunakawa, Shuichi Tsuchiya, Mituso Kondo and Kikuhiko Okamoto
Monograph: Toxicological studies on sophorlipid derivatives
2007:Yakugaku Zasshi 128
Author:北本 大 (Dai Kitamoto)
Monograph: Naturally Engineered Glycolipid Biosurfactants Leading to Distinctive Self assembling Properties
2007:Appl Microbiol Biotechnol (2007) 76:23-34
Author:Van Bogaert ,Karen Saerens ,Cassandra De Muynck , Dirk Develter , Wim Soetaert ,Erick J. Vandamme
Monograph: Microbial production and application of sophorolipids
2007:Antimicrobial agents and Chemotherapy
Author:Vishal Shah, Daniel Badia, Peter Ratsep
Monograph: Sophorolipids Having Enhanved Antibacterial Activity
2009:Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering
Author:Yoshihiko Hirata, Mizuyuki Ryu, Yuka Oda, Keisuke Igarashi, Asami Nagatsuka, Taro Furuta, and Msaki Sugita
Monograph: Novel characteristics of sophorolipids, yeast glycolipid biosurfactants, as biodegradable low-foaming surfactants
2010:MPOB Information series
Author:Norashikin Ahmad, Zafarizal Aldrin A Hassan
Monograph: Sophorlipid as an anti bacterial agent in liquid deodorants
2011:International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Author:Thu T. Nguyen and David A. Sabatini
Monograph: Characterization and Emulsification Properties of Rhamnolipid and Sophorolipid Biosurfactants and Their Applications
2011:Langmuir
Author:Minglei Chen, Chuchuan Dong, Jeff Penfold, Robert K. Thomas, Thomas J. P. Smyth, Amedea Perfumo, Roger Marchant, Ibrahim M. Banat, Paul Stevenson, Alyn Parry, Ian Tucker, and Richard A. Campbell
Monograph: Adsorption of Sophorolipid Biosurfactants on Their Own and Mixed with Sodium Dodecyl Benzene Sulfonate, at the Air/Water Interface
2011:International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Author:Magdalena Pacwa-Plociniczak , Grazyna A. Plaza , Zofia Piotrowska-Seget and Swaranjit Singh Cameotra
Monograph: Environmental Applications of Biosufactants : Recent Advances
2011:Journal of Environmental Management
Author:M.A. Hashim, Soumyadeep Mukhopadhyay, Jaya Narayan, Sahu, Bhaskar Sengupta
Monograph: Remediation technologies for heavy metal contaminated groundwater
2012:Biotechnology Letters
Author:Roger Marchant, Ibrahim M. Banat
Monograph: Biosurfactants: a sustainable replacement for chemical surfactants?
2013:Synthezyme
Author: Synthezyme LLC
Monograph: Synthezyme’s fungicides and antimicrobials
2013:Synthezyme
Author: Synthezyme LLC
Monograph: Crude oil dispersions Bio cleaner for oil spill cleanup
2013:Journal of Oleo Science
Author:Tomohiro Imura, Daisuke Kawamura, Tomotake Morita, Shun Sato, Tokuma Fukuoka, Yosuke Yamagata, Makoto Takahashi, Koji Wada and Dai Kitamoto
Monograph: Production of Sophorolipids from Non-edible oil by Stamerella bombicola NBRC 10243 and Evaluation of their interfacial Properties

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