A Brief History
MW Beer & Co. Ltd founder, Mike Beer, after a successful career trading oils and fats in The City, started his fledgling business in a small office in Billericay High Street in 1981 with a staff of two including his wife, now the present owner of MW Beer & Co. Ltd., Mrs Lynn Beer.
Business progress saw MW Beer & Co. Ltd move to larger premises in Wickford, Essex in 1987. During this period, Mike bought two coastal ships for movements between Hull and the European continent carrying vegetable oils and fats for the UK animal feed industry. The vessels were later decommissioned having fulfilled their roles.
In 2010, MW Beer & Co. Ltd. moved to larger new office premises in Ingatestone, Essex expanding in line with business growth and opportunities in the sustainable feedstocks for the worldwide biofuel energy sectors.
With the sad passing of our beloved Chairman Mike Beer in 2020, his eldest son. Martin Beer has taken on leadership of MW Beer & Co. Ltd. for the next phase of development opportunities and expansion into sustainable raw materials on the global platforms available to MW Beer & Co. Ltd.
MW Beer have now transitioned to be a larger domestic and global player within the vegetable oils and fats market, shipping regular tonnage from various territories around the world. Using our experiences within the sector our aim is to help create networks to catalyse this growing market in a sustainable way.
We have jointly pioneered global responsibility with our trading partners through trading sustainable products over the past two decades to the Biofuels sector and to the animal feed sector for over 40 years.
We promote awareness of climate change, affecting us and future generations by maintaining our vision of clean fuels and supplying quality animal feed fats.
MW Beer Sponsors
MW Beer & Co Ltd are committed to helping develop the human capital of the future. Through our partnership with The Tallow Chandlers and SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) at the University of London, we enable students to gain the knowledge and skills they need to improve social outcomes in developing countries around the world.