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VIEW FROM THE TOP: Tom Knutzen, CEO, Jungbunzlauer

February 2017
--- Jungbunzlauer is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2017 [founded in 1867] and 50th anniversary of being under the ownership of the Kahane family [1967]. Today, Jungbunzlauer has revenues of €700 million, with 1,050 employees. Company revenue exists of two-third commodities and one-third specialties [which includes xanthan gum]. CAGR growth since 2008 has been 6%, which more or less correlates to annual volume growth.
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