Abengoa Bioenergy Trading U.S., LLC was formed to manage the critical functions of grain procurement, ethanol and DGGS co-product marketing, and hedging and risk management for all commodities, including energy needs. The concentration of these functions into one specialized entity for all U.S. operations is critical to achieve the company’s goals of consistency, efficiency, and identification of one common brand throughout U.S. Abengoa Bioenergy operations. Currently, Abengoa Trading markets co-products for the six Abengoa owned U.S. ethanol plants. Abengoa's plants are located strategically in the western cattle feeding markets and along the Mississippi River system.
Abengoa Bioenergy Trading U.S. will market approximately 500,000 short tons of DDGS through the center gulf in 2010. Abengoa's unique ability to put this much volume into the market place from identical production facilities leads to the consistency that has been missing from the marketplace in the past. Abengoa also has the ability to pelletize our product without sacrificing the specifications, this leads to increased efficiencies in freight and handling costs for our customers that can benefit from full vessel shipments of DDGS from NOLA.
ACE Ethanol - Stanley is registered with MOA China
Ace Ethanol, LLC was the first large scale plant to produce ethanol in the state of Wisconsin. Production started the last week of June 2002. They operate virtually 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Ace Ethanol produces approximately 46 million gallons of ethanol per year and 360 tons of DDGS per day.
Our production facilities include a 32 million gallons per year plant in Huron, S.D., and two sister production facilities with a combined production capacity of 53 million gallons per year in Aberdeen, S.D. At full capacity, our plants produce approximately 225,000 tons of DDGS per year.
Historically, AGP has been a wet distiller's grains marketer, but is now marketing DDGS from two ethanol plants in Iowa and Nebraska. Their export capabilities include barge, rail car and container shipments. AGP owns an export facility located in the Port of Grays Harbor in the state of Washington.
AgMotion, Inc. is a principal trading and exporting company that specializes in DDGS among other major U.S. commodities. The company also operates as US Commodities. Please see their website and contact them directly for more information.
AGNIEL COMMODITIES LLC is a full service international brokerage providing sourcing and sales expertise in grains, oilseeds, cereal feed ingredients and marine proteins / oils worldwide.
Agribase International, Inc. is a U.S. feed ingredients exporting company based in Schaumburg, IL. Their core business deals in DDGS, soybeans, whey powder and other ingredients. Terry English, formerly the USGC delegate for the Illinois Department of Agriculture, has been named the delegate to the Council on behalf of Agribase.
Agridient (100 percent Nidera Group Company) specialized in the export of containerized commodities such as Distiller Grains, Corn, Sorghum, Barley, Wheat, Corn Gluten meal/feed, soybean meal, and soybeans. The company is headquartered in the Netherlands and has sales offices acorss the world (Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, China, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Mexico, United States, and South Africa) supporting their customers and further development markets.
ADM - Cedar Rapids is registered with MOA China
ADM - Columbus is registered with MOA China
Every day, the 29,000 people of Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) work to connect the harvest to the home, turning crops into renewable products that serve the vital needs of a growing world. We trade, transport, store and process corn, oilseeds, wheat and cocoa into products for food, animal feed, chemical and energy uses. We are committed to the responsible, sustainable development of agriculture throughout the world. ADM is a producer and exporter of DDGS with production facilities in North Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska and Illinois. ADM has four gulf export elevators as well as two floating rigs to load DDGS or combination commodity vessels. ADM has three exclusive container loading facilities and also utilizes two additional public container loading facilities. Export capabilities include vessel, barge, rail car and container shipments.