Affiliates

  • ac grain

    AC Grain

    AC Grain is a joint venture between Agrex and Cargill, which started in November, 2011, with the main facility is located in Dana, Indiana. Construction was recently completed for the Harvest 2013 to add a flat storage building with additional storage capacity of 9.4 M bushels with total storage capacity of 10.2 M bushels They are handling corn, soybean and wheat which are delivered to domestic markets as well as export markets.

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  • Dakota Plains Ag Center is a joint venture between Agrex and Cargill, which started in July, 2013, with the main facility located 6 miles south of Tripp, South Dakota. Dakota Plains is a customer-focused business that strives to be a comprehensive service provider for today's ever-changing farming community. Their vision is to create solutions for customer success and provide sound grain business solutions to producers through a variety of channels.

    See more at: http://www.dakotaplainsag.com

  • tronson grain

    Tronson Grain LLC

    Tronson Grain LLC is a joint venture between Agrex and Tronson Grain Company, which started in August, 2013. A expansion was completed for the harvest of 2013 with approximately 1 .5 M bushels of additional storage capacity with the ability to load 110 car shuttle trains. The original Tronson facility of 800,000 bushel facility is located in Doyon, ND and also has a 600,000 bushel facility in Tolna, ND. Tronson Grain LLC handles a variety of grain products from Corn, soybeans, and wheat. Shipments of its products will be shipped to local markets as well as export markets by shuttle trains. We added a new bin 425 bushels which was just completed last month.

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  • pacificor

    Pacificor LLC

    Pacificor LLC is a joint venture export marketing company formed by Gavilon, Archer Daniels Midland, & Agrex Inc. with two terminals located in Kalama, WA and Portland, OR. Utilizing the combined strengths of its parent companies Pacificor excels in local sourcing and in international marketing offering customers a full range of commodities including soybeans, corn, sorghum, durum, barley, hard red winter wheat, dark northern spring wheat, and soft white wheat.

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  • Since 1978, Sesaco Corporation has been working to help coordinate the development of the sesame industry. They believe that sesame adds value to a farmer's rotation, helping to extend the use of vital resources, particularly water. With approximately 50% oil, 25% protein, and several forms of antioxidants, sesame contributes positively to human health & nutrition when consumed as an ingredient.

    See more at: http://www.sesaco.com/

  • Agrex is a wholly owned US subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas) which is 100% owned by Mitsubishi Corporation (MC). MC is Japan's largest general trading company (sogo shosha) with over 200 bases of operations in approximately 90 countries worldwide. Together with its over 600 group companies, MC employs a multinational workforce of approximately 65,000 people. MC has long been engaged in business with customers around the world in virtually every industry, including energy, metals, machinery, chemicals, food and general merchandise.

    See more at: http://www.mitsubishicorp.com/jp/en/index.html

    Mitsubishi International Corporation

    Mitsubishi International Corporation (MIC) is a wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas). MIC offers high-value-added services in a broad range of business fields. MIC's primary businesses are related to global trading that links merchandise and industrial products to consumers, complex project management, and strategic finance and investment. Other important functions of MIC include marketing, distribution, materials procurement, technology transfer, product sourcing, and supply chain management.
    See more at: http://www.mitsubishicorp.com/us/en/

  • agrex do brasil

    Agrex Do Brazil

    Ceagro, one of the largest agribusiness companies in Brazil will now be called Agrex do Brasil. The company focuses on system solutions for grain producers. The new design of the company will optimize its operations and it allows the company to reach the global market of agricultural products more effectively. The rapid growth of Ceagro in recent years drew the attention of MC, a global conglomerate that develops and runs businesses in several areas. including the food and agriculture sectors The company operates in seven Brazilian states – Goiás, Maranhão, Piauí, Tocantins, Mato Grosso, Bahia and Minas Gerais – it handles approximately 1 million tons of grain commodities per year. The company provides products and services to more than 1.300 small and medium farmers. The company has plantations in over 70.000 ha of land. As a consolidated subsidiary of MC, Agrex do Brasil expects to become an important global grain trader. then the company will accelerate its investment program in the coming years aiming to achieve greater efficiency and also improve Its operational and financial performance.

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  • California Oils Corporation is the major processor and supplier of edible oils on the West Coast of the United States. They store, refine and ship domestically and internationally as a reliable source for high quality vegetable oils. Their customer/client list includes many of the worlds largest food and processing companies.
    See more at: http://www.caloils.com

  • TH Foods , Inc. is an leading manufacturer in the snack food industry, offering a wide array of sesame, corn, and rice snack products and are known worldwide for their innovative snack products.
    See more at: http://www.thfoods.com

  • A fully integrated pork company, centralized in one Midwest location to provide the freshest, premium-quality products to the food industry. Indiana Kitchen is the brand name for Indiana Packers Corporations. The corporation has created a unique partnership, consisting of the hog producer and feed manufacturer. The results have been leaner, healthier, and more flavorful bacon and pork products to the consumer.
    See more at: http://www.inpac.com