About Steve Hartig, Vice President of Technology Development
Steve Hartig is the Vice President of Technology Development at ICM, Inc. In his role, he leads ICM’s activities in developing new technologies and related business opportunities, based both on internal development and by collaborating and building relationships with strategic partners.
Steve has over 35 years of business leadership experience across bioenergy, specialty chemicals and specialty materials in a variety of industries, including energy, automotive, electronics, telecommunications, biomedical and coatings. Prior to joining ICM, Steve worked for DSM and DuPont, where held roles in general management, manufacturing, and sales and marketing.
A graduate of the University of Michigan, Steve holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. He has lived in both the U.S. and Europe and conducted business globally with companies in China, Japan and Brazil.
ICM Company Profile
ICM, Inc. is a global leader in the biofuels industry with roots in the farming community. Since 1995, ICM has focused on innovating and developing new technologies to support the production of renewable fuels and sustaining agriculture. More than 100 biorefineries worldwide utilize ICM’s proprietary systems, which are among the most advanced in the biofuels industry and collectively produce 8.8 billion gallons of ethanol and 25 million tons of distillers grains annually. A full-service provider, ICM’s offerings include design, engineering, manufacturing, implementation, and plant support, all of which are tailored to yield higher profits and better operational efficiencies for biorefineries. Its state-of-the-art research facility accommodates development and testing of cutting-edge technologies, creating process and feed technology solutions to consistently drive the industry forward. ICM is based in Colwich, Kansas with a regional office in Brazil. For more information, visit icminc.com.
Steve Hartig, VP of Technology Development
Past Awardees of the Bioeconomy Leadership Award
2018 – 40th Symposium – Poet
2017 – 39th Symposium – DSM
2016 – 38th Symposium – LanzaTech
2015 – 37th Symposium – Novozymes
2014 – 36th Symposium – Genomatica
2013 – 35th Symposium – DuPont Industrial Biosciences