CEO HENRIK BUSCH-LARSEN TO PRESENT THE VISION BEHIND UNIBIO AT BIO-BASED LIVE
CEO Henrik Busch-Larsen will speak at the upcoming Bio-Based Live to address the world’s growing need for animal protein and explain how turning methane into food rather than fuel can help limit protein scarcity in the future.
UNIBIO APPOINTS KLAUS KJELDAL AS CHIEF PRODUCTION OFFICER
Unibio has appointed Klaus Kjeldal as new Chief Production Officer from 1 February 2017. Klaus Kjeldal’s main responsibilities will lie within commissioning, manufacturing and quality control with respect to the production plants converting methane into protein, and he will report directly to Unibio CEO Henrik Busch-Larsen.
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.
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.
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.