Our Customers Say:

“For 10 years, we have enjoyed MBP’s well-working, tailor-made by-product solutions for feed applications.”

Joaquín Gajardo, General Manager, Triogroup, Chile

“In 2014 we have received prompt and competent help with legal compliance issues and sales solutions for our rising Omega-3 by-product volumes. We look forward to continue our cooperation in 2015.”

Daniele Polettini, Supply Chain Director, KD Pharma, Germany



About MBP


The MBP Vision describes what we want to achieve:

”We want to be the best in innovative management of biological by-products”


The MBP Mission describes how we want to achieve our vision:

”We want to be the company of choice for the industries having or wanting biological by-products, by delivering customised offerings through the excellence and competance of our people and practice”

We will achieve this by:

Working and co-operating with our various business partners

Colleagues – Suppliers – Customers

  • Learning – to improve in all we do (iteration & synergies)
  • Being open and honest in all our dealings
  • Taking responsibility – for decisions and for making things happen

The By-product Concept

MBP provides services of by-product collection to a number of industries. The by-products are mainly in the fats and oil category, but solids and powders are also handled as long as the supplier industry is handling biological rawmaterial. MBP provides focus and expertise and functions as a supply chain for industries that prefer to focus on their core products. You can explore MBP’s services of by-product collection.

MBP specialises in finding optimal markets for by-products. Through extensive product knowledge as well as know-how about the technical requirements for rawmaterial in various sectors and applications, MBP is able to provide our customers with environmentally sustainable as well as cost efficient products and raw material substitutes. MBP markets products in the areas of: biofuel, technical oils, animal feed, fertiliser and anaerobic digestion substrates.


All this summs up to what we like to refer to as a ’Win – Win – Win situation’. A Win for the manufacturer, who gets a better total price for his by-product. A Win for the customer, who gets an alternative raw material at a lower price. And a Win for the environment when a by-product is recycled and put to optimal use. This is the formula which has made MBP a success.



  • The MBP Group is owned 100% by employees in the company, a fact that makes MBP a stable partner for customers and suppliers, as competencies are retained in the company and more employees feel MBP to be their company. It is MBP policy that key employees should be offered shares in the company.


  • Founder, Partner, CEO and Business Developer: David Magnussen, M.Sc, born 1965. Danish citizen living in Switzerland. David founded the company in 1999 after 7 years in the industry manufacturing animal feed from by-products. It is David’s passion to make the company grow by continously aiming at generating more value for the suppliers and customers who make use of MBP’s services. As a business developer David is spending his time with suppliers world wide in order to understand their business and add value to their by-product streams.
  • COO, Sales Director and Partner: Jens Søgaard Jacobsen, M.Sc and MBA, born 1965. Danish citizen living in Switzerland. Jens joined MBP in 2002 and has since worked in most areas in the company before ending up in his current position where he orchestrates sales in key markets. Jens has experience from agriculture, automotive, IT and management consulting industries and uses his insight from these industries to understand the needs of MBP’s customers in different industries and to generate winning value propositions for customers as well as suppliers.

The Board of Directors

The Executive Group Board of 4, Helen Sainsbury, Rolf Lanne, Jens Jacobsen and David Magnussen convene each quarter to discuss and decide on strategic, business and long term investments issues

The Story of MBP

  • MBP was founded in 1999 in Denmark by David Magnussen and Fayrefield Foodtech Scandinavia A/S, a subsidiary of the UK dairy marketing company Fayrefield Foods. The initial focus was to provide solutions of changing dairy by-products into animal feed and other applications for non-human consumption. The first clients included big multinationals like Nestle and Arla Foods.
  • A turning point came in 2002 when MBP opened a sister company in the Netherlands focusing mainly on oils and fats for biofuel and technical applications. Already the first year, a new tank terminal for consolidation and cleaning of oils and fats was build in the Dutch harbour of Flushing. The demand for liquid biofuel was high, and relations to customers in Scandinavia, Great Britain as well as in Belgium and the Netherlands were developed. The high demand lead to the company pioneering the sourcing of palm oil from Asia for biofuel. MBP sold the Dutch company off in a management buy-out in 2004 in order to refocus on the original business concept of handling by-products, but this time with more emphasis on liquid oils and fats..
  • In the period 2004-2006, MBP expanded geographically in Europe, setting up head quarters in Switzerland, buying the Swedish UCO collector Sveprol AB in Norrköping, buying the closed down Arizona Chemical plant in Greaaker, Norway, as well as setting up a trading office in Great Britain. The international coverage enabled MBP to develop a good understanding of local conditions as well as good relations with suppliers and customers.
  • In 2008 MBP was reorganised as Erlend Waade joined David Magnussen and Jens Søgaard Jacobsen in the management and ownership of the company. A new strategy was made identifying key sectors and business concept, a strategy which is still active and reflected in the current website.
  • In 2008-2011 MBP has expanded further geographically by setting up new offices in Lithuania, Argentina, Italy, Canada, Indonesia and the Netherlands. This has enabled MBP to service strategic partners on the supply side for their local factories as well as to create direct contact to new suppliers and customers. Scandinavian storage capacity for liquid oils in tanks grew to more than 20.000 m³. In the same period MBP has used resources to reorganise and professionalize internal processes and systems.
  • MBP’s business concept and unique services are the key to our past and present success. A two figure growth over many years has allowed MBP to reach a yearly volume of more than 100.000 tons and a 75 MEUR turnover in 2011 with 55 employees. The past, the experience and the expertice of MBP build a strong platform for continued good service for new and old suppliers and customers alike.


Membership of Associations:

Through our membership of the following professional or industrial associations, MBP supports know-how and education within the field of our various activities:


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