Pannonia Bio operates a €250 million multi-product biorefinery in Tolna County, Hungary. The plant uses state-of-the-art production processes and is a nursery for development of new bio-based technologies.
Perspective is everything We look at crops differently
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 Bio reaches out in Dunaföldvár
Pannonia Bio donated 3 000 000 HUF towards community initiatives in Dunaföldvár during December this year – The Future of Our Children ("Gyermekeink Jövőjéért") foundation in Kossuth Lajos street received 1 500 000 HUF whilst the remainder was given to Dunaföldvár’s local government, Red Cross and Child Welfare and Basic Services to distribute food to those in need between 24 December 2018 to 2 January 2019.
Pannonia Bio Name Change
We changed our name to Pannonia Bio Zrt. By rebranding ourselves and becoming a truly bio-based technology company with nutritional, agricultural and bioethanol product lines, we believe we will be providing our customers with the most innovative technological services available to the market today.
Pannonia Bio is the leading renewable ethanol producer in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
The company offers stable, long-term employment opportunities, attractive compensation packages and outstanding working conditions in a dynamic business environment.
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.
Pannonia bio supports v4+4 crop-based biofuel advocacy
Pannonia Bio is an active participant in a group of 31 biofuel producers from the Visegrad 4 countries, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic, together with Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania and Romania that advocates for the interests of crop-based biofuel producers and agriculture in Europe.