At Arbiom, we are driven by innovation, inspired by science, and passionate about contributing to a more sustainable and healthy food system.

Our core team of engineers, scientists, researchers and key advisors has been critical to our success. Arbiom’s team brings a range of expertise, including animal nutrition, bioprocessing technology, engineering, fermentation and molecular biology.

Arbiom has operated our pilot plant in Norton, Virginia (US) since 2013. Arbiom’s pilot plant has allowed us to test, optimize and validate our pre-treatment and enzymatic hydrolysis process technology and produce various end products, specifically hydrolysate streams. In 2018, Arbiom expanded our R&D Center with the completion of our fermentation facility where we are producing and optimizing the sustainable protein product.

Management Team

Marc Chevrel

CEO & Vice Chairman of the Board

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Alex Berlin, PhD

Chief Technology Officer

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Anthony Scime

Senior VP of Business Development

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Henry Majdeski

Senior VP of Engineering

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Sophie Maneval

Corporate Secretary

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Team

Michael Bedrosian

Process Implementation Director

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Charles-Henri Nicolas, PhD

Demonstration Program Director

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Ricardo Ekmay, PhD

Animal Nutrition Director

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Emily Glenn

Business Development Director

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Amélie Drouault

Partnerships Manager

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Vrushank Patel

Process Engineer

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Lisette Tenlep, PhD

Senior Research Director

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Clint Ivey

Supply Chain Manager

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Lisa Hong

Controller

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Florian Tournier

Operations Manager

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Board of Directors

Robert Léon

Chairman

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Emmanuel André
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David Chouraqui
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Gilles Amsallem, PhD
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Marc Chevrel
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Strategic Advisory Board

Olivier Appert

Chairman

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Uwe Franke, PhD
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Ian Dobson, PhD
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Mission

Arbiom is committed to meeting the sharp increase in global protein requirements with technology that transforms the most sustainable and readily available carbon source in the world – wood – into a natural, economical, traceable, and sustainable protein with enhanced amino acid content for animal feed.

Company History

2013 Pilot plant operational
2015 Innovation 2020 Award winner
2016 €10.9M Grant from EU BBI-JU awarded
2016 €4M grant from ADEME awarded
2017 SYLFEED Project launched
2017 SYLCHEM Project launched
2018 SylPro samples available