News

  • 12
    Dec

    UNIBIO´S ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUARTERS MOVED INTO THE WEST WING OF THE ODENSE WHITE HOUSE

    We are happy to announce that our administrative team has moved to a new location in Odense.

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  • 28
    Nov

    PRESS RELEASE: UNIBIO SUCCESSFULLY OPENS FIRST PRODUCTION FACILITY AND ENTERS COMMERCIAL PHASE

    (Copenhagen, Denmark, 28 November 2016): Unibio (“Unibio” or “the Group”), a biotech company with the most advanced technology producing single cell protein from natural gas, is pleased to announce the successful opening of its first production facility based in the municipality of Kalundborg in Denmark, marking a significant milestone in the company’s development.  

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  • 31
    Oct

    PRESS RELEASE: UNIBIO COMPLETES COMMERCIAL PLANT IN DENMARK AND ENTERS COMMERCIAL PHASE

    HRH Prince Joachim of Denmark to preside over the official grand opening of plant
    (Copenhagen, Denmark, 31 October 2016): Unibio (“Unibio” or “the Group”), a biotech company with the most advanced technology producing single cell protein from natural gas, is pleased to announce the opening of the world’s first commercial U-Loop fermentation production facility with a capacity to produce up to 80 tonnes of UniProtein®, its proprietary single cell protein, per year. The Company is also honoured that, His Royal Highness Prince Joachim of Denmark, will be officially opening its plant in Kalundborg, Denmark on the 21st November 2016.

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  • 10
    Oct

    PRESS RELEASE: UNIBIO COMPLETES FINAL UPGRADES TO ITS MARKET-LEADING TECHNOLOGY AND PROCESS AHEAD OF COMMENCEMENT OF LARGE SCALE COMMERCIAL PHASE

    Improvements in efficiency makes it cost–effective to produce UniProtein® on a large-scale enabling Unibio to satisfy increasing demand for healthy sustainable animal feed

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  • 2
    Aug

    LATEST INTERVIEW WITH UNIBIO´S CEO ON STOCK TUBE

    Unibio to seek pre-IPO funding with new plant in Denmark. Chief executive Henrik Busch-Larsen gave Proactive Investors the lowdown on Unibio’s growth strategy and he highlights that capturing just 1% of the animal feed protein production market could deliver hundreds of millions of dollars in revenues.

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  • 3
    Jun

    CEO INTERVIEWED BY PROACTIVE INVESTORS

    Unibio on course for very quick progress, says CEO.
    Henrik Busch-Larsen, chief executive at Unibio, believes the company is in a great position as it looks to the future and is excited by the opportunities to develop in the animal feed market.

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  • 18
    May

    PRESS RELEASE

    Unibio signs its first commercial licence agreement.
    After years of development of the U-Loop technology, Unibio is ready to take a giant step forward. Unibio has signed its first licence agreement with a commercial client. A full-size commercial plant having multiple U-Loop fermentors is planned for construction and commissioning in 2017. The aim of the agreement is to expand this capacity in the following years.

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  • 14
    Apr

    GROUND-BREAKING CEREMONY TURNING THE FIRST SOD

    On Tuesday 12 April Mayor of Kalundborg Martin Damm and Unibio CEO Henrik Busch-Larsen turned the first sod for new production facilities in Kalundborg. The facilities are to produce sustainable protein for animal feed and will be built in connection with Kalundborg’s former water purifying plant.

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  • 12
    Apr

    INVITATION GROUND-BREAKING CEREMONY 12 APRIL

    We are proud to announce that we are building a U-Loop fermentation plant in Kalundborg, and industrially produced proteins will be part of the many fermented products produced in this part of Denmark.

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  • 5
    Apr

    PRESS RELEASE

    Great ambitions behind new local biotech production-
    The biotech company Unibio, which won the Danish Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year competition in 2015, will construct new production facilities in Kalundborg. The facilities which are to produce sustainable protein for animal feed will be built in connection with Kalundborg’s former water purifying plant. The mayor of Kalundborg, Martin Damm (V), will participate in the ground-breaking ceremony on 12 April.

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