Braskem Labs Challenge announces startups selected for the next phase of the program

Braskem Labs Challenge, a program that seeks proposals to solve Braskem's internal challenges, is reaching in its next phase with the choice of 24 startups, of a total of 130 subscriptions. After a careful analysis by the company's teams and the Braskem Labs Challenge team, 13 companies were selected for logistics challenges, and 11 for the challenges of administrative solutions. Now, the startups classified will have the chance to present their proposals on a Pitch Day, at Braskem's headquarters in São Paulo, in January 2018. Following it, the best ones will participate in an immersion with the respective areas and will design a pilot project, which can be implemented in Braskem's operations. Held with the support of Innoscience, the program is part of the Braskem Labs platform ( ).

Check out the list of selected startups:

Area/Challenge Startup
Logistics Alientronics
Administrative Solutions Allexo Tecnologia
Logistics Brutus Sustainable Transport
Administrative Solutions CONFIRM8
Administrative Solutions CUBi Energia
Logistics FIT - Fine Instrument Technology
Administrative Solutions GreenAnt
Logistics Hub Express
Logistics iDeal
Logistics JettaCargo
Administrative Solutions Jump Park
Administrative Solutions Moov Intel
Administrative Solutions Movidesk
Logistics Oltrack
Logistics Órbita Engenharia
Administrative Solutions Parkingaki
Administrative Solutions
Logistics Rede Frete Fácil
Logistics Oltrack
Logistics Órbita Engenharia
Logistics SafeTruck
Administrative Solutions SimpliRoute
Logistics Tau Flow
Logistics Techis Intelligent Solutions
Administrative Solutions TI.MOB
Logistics Toth Tecnologia


About Braskem
With a global, human-oriented vision of the future, Braskem's 8,000 members strive to improve people's lives by creating sustainable solutions in chemistry and plastics. It is the largest resin producer in the Americas, with an annual output of 20 million metric tons, including basic chemicals and petrochemicals, and R$55 billion in revenue in 2016. It exports to Customers in approximately 100 countries and operates 41 industrial units, located in Brazil, the United States, Germany, and Mexico - the latter in partnership with Mexico-based company Idesa.

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