Novozymes: Bioenergy was probably the most exposed

Although the result booked for Novozymes' Bioenergy division in Q1 2021 was impacted by Covid-19 in the US, it was boosted from elsewhere, says company CFO, cementing growth expectations for the coming months.

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Most of the past year has been marked by the pandemic, and although this is 2021 the Covid crisis is still a reality amid expectations that vaccines and lifted restrictions might provide a return to our daily lives.

And the wait is also putting pressure on Novozymes' sales of enzymes for bioethanol production in its Bioenergy division. But there is improvement ahead, says Chief Financial Officer Lars Green.

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