MOXY OID has developed a disruptive building material that the world desperately needs - CERLOS. CERLOS is an eco-friendly, sustainable, high-performance building material that is fire, mold, rot and insect resistant. CERLOS was born from our desire to solve four global issues: (1) agricultural/forestry waste, (2) energy shortfall, (3) hazardous building materials, and (4) environmentally unsustainable materials. As a result, it will improve the quality of life physically, financially and environmentally. Not only do we repurpose agricultural or forestry waste to make CERLOS, but its manufacturing and application is environmentally friendly. CERLOS will be available at a price point that is equal to or less than its competitive products, and is bound to fundamentally change the trillion-dollar building materials' industry. CERLOS is holding a fundraiser via IEO, so we can build a manufacturing facility for commercial production of CERLOS products. We welcome investment opportunities, strategic partnerships and certified representatives to join us.
Alan Heywood (President & CTO) purchased a patent and formed C-Max Technologies International Inc.
Lab research and testing. The IP is developed. $12 million spent on R&D.
C-Max Technologies is dissolved. Alan develops the technology as a sole proprietor.
Alan continues to research, focusing on sources of ingredients and process equipment. Engagement with Corvallis Tool Company of Oregan to design and manufacture a preliminary design. Further $1 Million is spent on R&D.
MOXY OID is established to aid the management and commercialization of the technology. Cost: $2 Million.
Pilot Plant process facility is built in Holland by VDL Enabling Technologies group. High-volume production validated. $7 Million spent.
Preparation and development of websites and documents for funding of high-volume manufacturing facility and legal requirements. Cost is $500k.
Begin High-Capacity design/build of manufacturing line
Canada/US Site Selection
First Employment of High-Capacity of 450 million ft2 per year in North America