Germany may still hold potential for Cargill

July 1, 2013 |

In Germany, Cargill has asserted that Germany continues to be an attractive business location, with biodiesel regarded as a long-term activity in the country despite the currently tough biofuel market. “If there are possibilities in Germany acquisitions cannot be ruled out if the suitable opportunity arises,” said Cargill’s German head Ludger te Laak. “However this does not mean that we have concrete projects.” Cargill closed a 120,000 tonne biodiesel plant in Wittenberge in November of 2012.More on the story.

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