Suedzucker AG (SZUG)

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Suedzucker AG Company Profile

Food & Tobacco
Equity Type
Südzucker AG produces and sells sugar products in Germany, rest of the European Union, the United Kingdom, the United States, and internationally. It operates through five segments: Sugar, Special Products, CropEnergies, Starch, and Fruit. The Sugar segment produces and sells sugar, sugar specialty products, glucose syrup, and animal feed to food industry, retailers, and agriculture markets, as well as offers by-products of sugar. The Special Products segment produces functional ingredients, including dietary fibers, sugar substitutes, sugar, rice starches, barley/rice flours, texturized wheat protein, and vegetable texturates for food, animal feed, non-food, and pharmaceutical industries. This segment also offers frozen and chilled pizzas, frozen pasta, snacks, dressings, sauces, baguettes, breadsnacks, portion packed articles, and non-food products to hotels, caterers, food retailers, and restaurants. The CropEnergies segment produces fuel-grade ethanol, neutral alcohol, protein-based food and animal feed, and liquid CO2 to oil companies and traders, food and animal feed producers, beverage, cosmetics, industrial and pharmaceutical companies. The Starch segment offers starches, saccharification products, ethanol, and byproducts, which includes animal feed and fertilizers to food, paper, textiles, industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, petroleum, and animal feed industries. The Fruit segment produces fruit preparations for the dairy, ice cream, baked goods, and food service industries; and fruit juice concentrates, not-from- concentrate juices, fruit wines, natural aromas, and beverage bases for beverage industry. The company was founded in 1837 and is headquartered in Mannheim, Germany. Südzucker AG operates as a subsidiary of Süddeutsche Zuckerrübenverwertungs-Genossenschaft eG.
Contact Information
Mannheim,68165 Germany
49 621 421 0
49 621 421 449
Top Executives
Erwin Hameseder 65 2003 Second Deputy Chairman of Supervisory Board
Clemens Schaaf 0 2022 Member of Supervisory Board
Joachim Rukwied 62 2007 Member of Supervisory Board
Georg Koch 60 2009 Member of Supervisory Board
Rolf Wiederhold 54 2013 Employee Representative Member of Supervisory Board
Julia Merkel 58 2017 Member of Supervisory Board
Helmut Friedl 58 2015 Member of Supervisory Board
Angela Nguyen 54 2017 Employee Representative Member of Supervisory Board
Sabine Moller 59 2018 Employee Representative Member of Supervisory Board
Wolfgang Vogl 61 2011 Employee Representative Member of Supervisory Board
Walter Manz 59 2019 Member of Supervisory Board
Mustafa Oz 51 2022 Member of the Supervisory Board
Fred Adjan 0 2020 Member of Supervisory Board
Stefan Streng 56 2017 Chairman of Supervisory Board
Susanne Kunschert 53 2014 Member of Supervisory Board
Bernd Frank Sachse 58 2019 Employee Representative Member of Supervisory Board
Ulrike Maiweg 53 2017 Employee Representative Member of Supervisory Board
Ulrich Gruber 51 2018 Employee Representative Member of Supervisory Board
Nadine Seidemann 41 2013 Employee Representative Member of Supervisory Board
Veronika Haslinger 51 2014 Member of Supervisory Board
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