CropEnergies pause production at UK ethanol plant

CropEnergies to pause production at UK ethanol plant

7:54 AM, 29th October 2018
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MANNHEIM, GERMANY: CropEnergies AG said that will pause bioethanol production at its Wilton plant, UK, from the end of November 2018 on, due to low prices.

The company adjusts its outlook for the current financial year 2018/19 due to ethanol prices – both spot and forward prices – which have significantly fallen in the last few days contrary to all expectations.

Headquartered in Mannheim, Germany, CropEnergies, a member of the Sudzucker Group is the leading European manufacturer of sustainably produced ethanol.

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