Ardent Mills to operate Cargill grain elevator

08 May 20182 min reading
Ardent Mills, a flour and grain milling company deeply rooted in throughout North America, has finalized an agreement with Cargill to take over operations of a grain elevator at the Port of Albany. Ardent_MillsArdent Mills, the premier flour-milling and ingredient company, shared that it has finalized an agreement to operate the Cargill, Incorporated grain elevator located at the Port of Albany, adjacent to Ardent Mills' Albany, New York, community mill. The approximately 11-million bushel elevator historically has been used to store wheat and other grains. The details of the transaction were not disclosed. According to Ardent Mills Albany Plant Manager Sean Gager, the Albany elevator and associated equipment will add to its capabilities to serve bakeries, food manufacturers, foodservice and retailers across the region, and will support Ardent Mills' vision of being the trusted partner in nurturing its customers, consumers and communities through innovative and nutritious grain-based solutions. Six existing team members will join Ardent Mills team. "Obtaining the rights to operate this grain facility is consistent with our strategies for growth and our desire to help our customers win," said Gager. "There is a strong team in place at the elevator, and we are pleased to have them join Ardent Mills. We expect a very smooth transition as we serve our East Coast regional customers and ultimately consumers with safe, nutritious grain-based products. We are excited about the future for our community mill in combination with this new elevator. We're confident we can leverage these assets going forward to support innovation and supply chain efficiencies."
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