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About us

About us

Viterra is a leading processor and marketer of grains, oilseeds, sugar, cotton and pulses. With offices in 37 countries and a workforce of more than 17,200 people, Viterra offers innovative solutions and opportunities to create value for our customers through our global networks. Through our network of storage facilities, processing facilities, port terminals, ocean-going vessels and trains, as well as our state of the art equipment and strong relationships with producers, we offer high-quality agricultural commodities and products to our customers. Viterra's global headquarters are located on the Blaak in central Rotterdam.

Viterra Botlek B.V. is part of the global Viterra network.

Viterra Botlek is one of the larger biodiesel producers in Europe, producing biodiesel from rapeseed of European origin. Our quality far exceeds the market standard for biodiesel (EN-14214), making it perfectly suitable for both road transport and shipping. Biodiesel can also be used as a fuel in various energy systems.

We refine glycerine (a by-product of biodiesel production) to a purity of at least 99.5%. Our products are used for more than 1200 different applications within the food, feed, cosmetics and technical industries.

Our refined glycerine for food and feed applications is certified, including Kosher and Halal certificates.

Our excellent location in the heart of Rotterdam port,  with generous storage capacities and convenient transport connections, make Viterra Botlek B.V. a flexible and reliable supplier.

Our team of professional colleagues are closely involved in what is happening across all areas of the organisation. We prioritise health and safety and product quality in everything we do. We nurture an informal and friendly atmosphere, with an open door policy to encourage communication and interaction between colleagues at all levels.

Our products

Biodiesel

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Refined glycerine

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