C&D (USA) Inc.

Contact: 
Thomas Tan
Phone: 
630-928-1180
Fax: 
630-928-1190
1100 Jorie Blvd.
Suite 173
Oak Brook, IL 60523

C&D (USA) Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Xiamen C&D Inc., a top 100 ranking, public company in China. Xiamen C&D is one of the biggest importers of grain, oilseeds and feed stuffs in China. After C&D USA opened in Chicago, Ill. in 2008, it quickly set up a suppliers’ and logistics network of agricultural commodities in the United States and became one of the largest exporters of U.S. DDGS to China. C&D USA is currently working to develop its buyers’ network in Southeast Asia.

Carbon Green BioEnergy, LLC

Contact: 
Please contact: CHS, Inc.
Phone: 
800-769-1066

We are a producer of dried distillers grain with solubles (DDGS), distillers corn oil and ethanol. 

List of commodities:

  • DDGS
  • Ethanol
  • Distillers Corn Oil

 

Cardinal Ethanol, LLC

Contact: 
Casey Bruns
Phone: 
765-964-3137
Fax: 
765-964-3349
1554 N 600 E
Union City, IN 47390

Cardinal Ethanol is registered with MOA China

List of commodities:

  • Ethanol and co-products 

Chief Ethanol Fuels, Inc.

Contact: 
Duane Kristensen
Phone: 
402-460-3261
4225 E South St
Hastings, NE 68901

Chief Ethanol Fuels, located in Hastings Neb., was Nebraska's first dry-mill ethanol plant. Beginning production in 1985, Chief Ethanol Fuels, Inc has been a pioneer in the ethanol industry and remains committed to producing renewable fuel and consistently high quality feed. Chief Ethanol Fuels, Inc currently produces 62 million gallons of ethanol and more than 500,000 tons of feed per year.

CHS Inc.

Contact: 
Sean Broderick
Phone: 
651-355-6271
Fax: 
651-486-3998
5500 Cenex Drive
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077

List of commodities:

  • Corn
  • Sorghum
  • Feed Barley
  • Waxy Corn
  • Red Sorghum
  • Malting Barley

Commonwealth Agri-Energy

Contact: 
Mick Henderson
Phone: 
270-475-4415
Fax: 
270-475-4416
P.O. Box 766
4895 Pembroke Rd.
Hopkinsville, KY 42241-0766

Founded in 2003, Commonwealth Agri-Energy is a farmer-owned ethanol plant in Hopkinsville, Ken. The plant produces 33 million gallons of ethanol from about 12 million bushels of corn. The facility also collects about 110 thousand pounds of CO2 produced from the fermentation process and utilizes it for dry ice production. Any leftover grain solids from the distilling process are sold as a high-protein livestock feed. They operate as a subsidiary of Hopkinsville Elevator Co., Inc. and Kentucky Corn Growers Association.

Consolidated Grain and Barge Co.

Contact: 
Brooks Burmaster
Phone: 
800-897-3098
Contact: 
Michael Hinton
Phone: 
800-897-3098
Contact: 
Pat Ries
Phone: 
800-897-3098
Container / Feed Ingredients Sales and Marketing Manager
7305 Illinois Hwy 26
Princeton, IL 61356

List of commodities:

  • Corn
  • Sorghum
  • White Corn
  • Waxy Corn
  • High Oil Corn
  • Nutritionally Dense Corn
  • Hard Endosperm Corn
  • Corn Gluten Meal
  • DDGS

DeLong Company, Inc.

Contact: 
Brian Arnold
Phone: 
608-676-3039
Fax: 
608-676-4176
P.O. Box 552
214 Allen St.
Clinton, WI 53525

As one of the Midwest's largest suppliers of food grade corn and soybeans, the DeLong Co. has more than a quarter-century of experience supplying food grade white and yellow corn to domestic and international markets, including Europe, Asia, Mexico and Canada. With annual sales exceeding $800 million, the company is active in grain, fertilizer and ag chemicals, seed, feed and pet foods, and transportation. The company also operates 45 trans-loading facilities in the Midwest, where products from farmer producers and elevators in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio are trans-loaded into containers for shipment.

List of commodities:

  • Corn
  • Soybeans
  • Soybean Meal

 

 

 

Denco II, LLC

Contact: 
Carson Berger
Phone: 
701-870-0850
227 South County Road 22
Morris, MN 56267

DENCO II is a corn to ethanol production facility located in West Central Minnesota. In 2015, DENCO II processed just under 8 million bushels of corn procured from more than 250 farms producing approximately 22.5 million gallons of fuel grade ethanol. DENCO II also produced more than 52,000 tons of distiller’s dried grains with solubles, more than 25,000 tons of wet distiller’s grain and more than360,000 gallons of corn oil that year. All of which are an extremely important feed sources for beef and dairy cattle, swine and poultry producers. The organization also provided more than 1.6 million gallons of E85 directly to 45 stations within 75 miles of the plant. It is the company’s mission to fuel the United States with clean green U.S. ethanol. 

List of commodities:

  • DDGS
  • Ethanol

Didion, Inc

Contact: 
John Didion
Phone: 
920-348-6888
Fax: 
920-699-3628
P.O. Box 400
Johnson Creek, WI 53038

Didion Milling is a family-owned business. We pride ourselves on our personalized customer service, our quality products and our ability to meet the needs of our customers worldwide. The Didion name represents nearly 40 years in virtually all aspects of the grain business, giving us the experience and the expertise that has helped us become a trusted leader in our industry today.

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