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Founded in Mannheim in 2006, CropEnergies is one of the leading European manufacturers of sustainably produced bioethanol for the fuel sector today. In our modern production facilities in Germany, Belgium, the UK and France, we manufacture approximately 1.2 million cubic meters of bioethanol per year from cereals and sugar beet. Besides we process the raw materials into more than 800,000 tonnes of high-quality protein food and animal feed products per year. The highly efficient production facilities reduce CO2 emissions by up to 70% across the whole value-added chain compared to fossil fuel. With the production sites, the unique logistics network in Europe as well as trading offices in the USA and Brazil, CropEnergies is one of the leading companies in a major emerging market. Through advanced technology and innovation we contribute to ensure a sustainable mobility from renewable resources, today and in the future: mobility - sustainable. renewable.

Current Press Releases

CropEnergies reaches targets for financial year 2013/14
Challenging market conditions impair forecast for 2014/15

With a growth in revenues of 13 percent to EUR 781 (previous year: 689) million, CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, has reached its targets for growth in the financial year 2013/14 (1 March 2013 - 28 February 2014). The decrease of the operating profit to EUR 34.5 (previous year: 87.0) million also corresponds to the forecast which had been adapted in December 2013.
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CropEnergies with revenue growth and lower operating profit
Bioethanol production increased by 5 percent

In the first three quarters of the financial year 2013/14 (1 March 2013 - 30 November 2013) CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, increased group revenues by 12 percent to EUR 572.8 (previous year: 509.7) million. Higher sales volumes of bioethanol as well as food and animal feed products significantly accounted for the growth. These were based on increased production volumes especially due to the start of production at Ensus in the 3rd quarter. A further growth in revenues resulted from higher trading volumes as well as better revenues for food and animal feed products.
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