Announcement of the new authorised signatories

With immediate effect, the shareholders of the Crespel & Deiters Group joint authorised signatories for Mrs Heike Sander, Head of Marketing & Communications Crespel & Deiters Group, Mr Steffen von Glahn, Head of Supply Chain Crespel & Deiters Group and Mr Fayeq Ghadban, Head of Site Ibbenbüren.


Trends 2021: Rethinking the feed industry

An emotional year has passed. During the corona pandemic, consumer and political demands on farmers and the feed industry have intensified. Higher standards of sustainability, product and delivery safety are now non-negotiable. Here, Heike Sander offers an insight into the trends and developments that she believes will shape 2021.


We are taking part #socialdistancing

Social distancing is important for the time being. Our three hares are keeping the distance, too. With a temporarily modified campaign logo, we are sending a clear signal of solidarity in the fight against the spread of the corona virus.


Production is in full swing

We process 920 t mainly german wheat per day to wheat starches and wheat proteins. In these days our production is in full swing! Our 380 employees of the Crespel & Deiters Group give their very best to maintain production through a variety of measures.


Dealing with the corona pandemic within the Crespel & Deiters Group

As the corona virus continues to spread worldwide, we would like to provide an update on the current situation and how to deal with the corona pandemic within the Crespel & Deiters Group. The health of our employees has top priority. Our employees are already regularly trained in hygiene guidelines and in the use of personal protection and hygiene measures. The training content is adapted to the respective recommendations of the Federal Ministry of Health and the Robert Koch Institute.


Regional starch products: Your first choice when it comes to improving environmental compatibility

At the latest since “Fridays for Future”, the flood of plastic packaging, resource consumption or global warming have been buzzwords labelling the impact of our modern lifestyle on the world. The starch industry offers some solutions to the pressing questions of our time. In January 2020, at a press conference held during the International Green Week in Berlin, Dr Peter Haarbeck, Managing Director of the German Grain, Mill and Starch Industry Association, VGMS e.V. and Gustav Deiters, spokesman for the VGMS executive committee and managing director of Crespel & Deiters GmbH & Co. KG, drew attention to the key significance of regional starch raw materials for trend-setting solutions.

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