Pannonia Bio operates a multi-product biorefinery in Tolna County, Hungary. The plant uses state-of-the-art production processes and is a nursery for the development of new bio-based technologies.
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Macroeconomic impact of Pannonia Bio in Hungary between 2020 and 2024
The ex-ante analysis on the Macroeconomic impact of Pannonia Bio in Hungary between 2020 and 2024, by HÉTFA Research Institute, has been released.
Pannonia Bio update
Pannonia Bio Zrt., Hungary's largest biorefinery, announces that it appointed Pavel Kudriavtcev as its new CEO effective March 2020 and announces the release of a five year economic impact assessment by HETFA Research Institute.
Social and Economic Impact Assessment of Pannonia Bio
Pannonia Bio operates a biorefinery in Dunaföldvár, Tolna County, Hungary. The plant, the largest corn processing facility in Central and Eastern Europe, uses state-of-the-art production processes and is a nursery for development of new bio-based technologies. From its beginnings as a bioethanol producer in 2012, the biorefinery has almost tripled in size and developed into a multi-product facility. Today, nutrition, health, biochemical and fuel bioproducts are manufactured as alternatives to fossil materials. The biorefinery is also the largest ethanol plant in Europe, one of the most efficient biorefineries in the world and has a mission to mitigate climate change. An in-house R&D team of 40 engineers and scientists has enabled diversification into new products and technologies.
Donating WHO-recommended hand and surface disinfectants to hospitals and health-care facilities
Pannonia Bio recently allocated part of its workforce to produce World Health Organisation (WHO) disinfectants.
Pannonia Bio joins forces to ensure vital supply
Pannonia Bio Zrt., along with a number of Hungarian food, agricultural and pharmaceutical companies, joined forces with authorities to ensure continued (domestic and international) supply of vital products for the coming months.
Strengthening Irish and Hungarian interconnections
In the spirit of cultivating close relations between the two countries, Pannonia Bio once again sponsored the annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities engaged by the Irish Hungarian Business Circle (IHBC).
Pannonia Gold awarded VLOG certification
Pannonia Gold protein animal feed has been awarded the highest level of GMO free quality certification in Europe, the “Ohne GenTechnik” seal, from a top German certification body, VLOG. The certification guarantees retail chain buyers that the products they purchase are GMO free.