Today’s energy & natural resources companies know that powering our world means thinking beyond industry definitions to push performance boundaries, redefine markets and pursue innovation.
Syngenta is a leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources.
Enogen® corn from Syngenta combined with SMT™ and FST™ technologies from ICM help to provide added value to ethanol production at Minnesota plant.
Louis Dreyfus Company is a leading merchant and processor of agricultural goods, leveraging its global reach and extensive asset network to deliver for its customers around the world.
The Group established its presence in Germany in 2009, when it acquired the biodiesel plant in Wittenberg-Piesteritz, built in 2006.
Louis Dreyfus Company in Claypool, Indiana is the largest fully-integrated soybean processing and biodiesel plant in the United States. The annual capacity for biodiesel production is 88 million gallons.
In all, there are 474 subsidiaries and affiliates in the four corners of the planet, with 72 production units and 35 R & D centers. The entire operation takes place with the dedication of approximately 200 thousand employees around the world.
Honda power equipment reached record sales in 2007 with 6.4 million units. Cumulative production of power products has exceeded 85 million units (as of September 2008).
For more than 140 years, hydropower plants all over the world have been fitted with components from Voith. As a full-line supplier for hydropower plant equipment, Voith is one of the world’s leading manufacturers in this field. This applies to traditional hydropower.
Founded in 1867, Voith today has more than 19,000 employees, sales of €4.2 billion and locations in over 60 countries worldwide.