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CGB Announces Partnership with Riverland Ag

Author: Kelly Buchanan/Thursday, February 07, 2013/Categories: CGB News

Consolidated Grain and Barge Co.
7305 Illinois Highway 26
Princeton, IL 61356
Phone 800.669.2437


CONSOLIDATED GRAIN & BARGE CO. ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH RIVERLAND AG

Consolidated Grain and Barge Co. (“CGB”) and Riverland Ag are pleased to announce their joint agreement to purchase and ship grain from Riverland’s Savage, MN location beginning February 1, 2013.

"We are pleased to be partnering with CGB, providing them with an opportunity to access new markets while further enhancing the value of one of Riverland's premier assets," said Craig Reiners, COO of Riverland Ag. Randy Donnell, Riverland, added “CGB and Riverland make a good team that will add new markets to the local agricultural community.”

CGB will have a merchandising office, managed by Brent Woolf, located at the facility and looks forward to making contact with the area farmers and elevators. “This location will allow CGB the ability to expand into a new area for grain origination with a new partner,” said Ryan Emery, Regional Manager for the area.

CGB Enterprises, Inc., headquartered in Mandeville, LA, operates 70 grain facilities across the Midwest. In addition to grain facilities, the company has sizable operations in logistics and transportation, fertilizer, crop insurance, agri-finance, soybean processing, producer risk management, and other related businesses. For more information, please visit us at www.cgb.com.

Riverland Ag is an agricultural grain storage and supply chain management business that has purchased and operates 13 strategically located grain storage facilities. The company is focused on cereal grain storage, customer-specific procurement practices, and “process-ready” cleaning of specialty grains. It offers a comprehensive range of services to its customers to help manage the risks associated with the price, quality and availability of these essential food grains.
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