Reverdia Tops the Bioeconomy Hot 40

Company won ‘Bio-Based Chemical Partnership of the Year’ at the WBM Bio Business Awards

Reverdia has been awarded the #1 spot in this year’s ‘40 Hottest Emerging Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy’. The ranking is an important industry endorsement of innovation and achievement in bio-based chemicals and materials.

This recognition builds upon a successful year for Reverdia. It has launched partnerships with Protea Chemicals, Xinhuarun and Wageningen University. The company won ‘Bio-Based Chemical Partnership of the Year’ at the WBM Bio Business Awards. In addition, Mäder launched a range of innovative paints based on Reverdia’s Biosuccinium®.

“Achieving first place in the ‘Hot 40’ is a phenomenal honour and we would like to thank everyone who helped get us here,” said Marcel Lubben, President of Reverdia. “This prize spotlights Reverdia’s industry leadership in the global bioeconomy. We will continue to enable biomaterials with our Biosuccinium® offering and grow the market together with brand owners and producers”.


About the Hot 40

The ‘40 Hottest Emerging Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy’ is organised annually by the bioeconomy publication Biofuels Digest. Companies are chosen by an invited panel of distinguished international selectors, as well as subscribers of The Digest and via social media votes. Reverdia is also nominated for this year’s ‘50 Hottest Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy’ ranking. Voting continues through 27 January 2017.

About Reverdia

Reverdia enables the bio-based materials of tomorrow with its industry-leading Biosuccinium® offering. It works with brand owners and manufacturers on application co-development for sustainable products. Produced since 2012, Biosuccinium® is sold globally. The Biosuccinium® Technology is also offered under license to value chain partners and co-producers.


Reverdia, press release, 2016-11-04.


Biofuels Digest
Dezhou Xinhuarun Technology Co., Ltd.
Mäder Group
Protea Chemicals
Wageningen University


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