Since 1977, POS Bio-Sciences has worked closely alongside entrepreneurs, multinational corporations, and governments to develop innovative processes and technologies recognizable in hundreds of market-leading products around the world.
Take, for example, canola oil — a product POS helped develop in collaboration with the Government of Canada, which has transformed the western Canadian economy, the lives of farmers, and agricultural communities around the world.
1973: POS Bio-Sciences is incorporated as POS Pilot Plant Corporation.
1977: Begins operation as a publicly supported research facility to study grain and oilseed processing and ingredient development.
2012: POS restructures and fully privatizes as a lean-minded R&D, custom processing, and analytical services provider.
2013: Introduces new investment mechanisms, transferring partial ownership of POS directly to its dedicated employees.
2014: Acquires the 12,000-square-foot Innovation Place Bio-Processing Centre, expanding POS’s capability to offer commercial-scale custom processing solutions for biological materials.
2015: Surpasses 5,400 client projects in more than 50 countries worldwide.