MBP Solutions is Proud Sponsor of the 13th ICIS World Oleochemical Conference
23 - 24 June | Online
MBP is excited to attend and sponsor the 13th ICIS World Oleochemicals Conference, 23 – 24 June 2021, which will take place for the first time online.
ICIS is the world’s largest oleochemical market information provider, with divisions spanning energy and fertilizers. The event will bring together the most relevant discussion points in Asia, Europe and Americas, from feedstock dynamics, updates on derivatives market and regional market perspectives to technological innovation.
On Friday 24 June, we will be delighted to give a 10 minutes presentation on how to manage waste and residues in the optimal way, presentation titled Creating Value from Waste and By-products in a Sustainable and Flexible Way. If you would like to join the online conference, the organizers were kind to offer a 20% discount code on the registration fee to our network. You can register by following this link and using the code WOC21MBP20.
You can also get in touch via LinkedIn with our Chief Sales Officer and Partner Jens Søgaard Jacobsen, Vice President Business Development Davide Vallero, Senior Business Development Manager Rob van Drooge and Marketing Manager Georgia Ionascu, as they will all be attending the ICIS conference.
MBP Solutions has developed the outsourcing concept for oleochemical by-products, OMBP, that allows you to partner up with MBP Solutions as a focused competent partner that will deliver results on a win-win basis. If you would like to learn more about our OMBP concept, please follow this link.
MBP Solutions was founded in 1999 and specializes in adding value to biological by-products through unique know-how regarding product applications, sustainability, sales and marketing, legal compliance and supply chain management.
With a focus on the utilisation of the resources in biological by-products, MBP Solutions has developed a unique service called OMBP (Outsourced Management of By-Products) – where by-products and wastes from different factories in Europe, North America and Asia, from industries such as fish and vegetable oil refining, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and oleochemicals, are managed in a sustainable way.
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