Company Overview of Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation
Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation processes and distributes meat products. The company offers fresh beef, pork, and turkey, as well as cooked and marinated meats. It sells its products through retail and foodservice channels. The company was formerly known as Excel Corporation and changed its name to Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation in August 2004. Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation was founded in 1936 and is headquartered in Wichita, Kansas. Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Cargill, Incorporated.
151 North Main
PO Box 2519
Wichita, KS 67202-1410
Founded in 1936
Key Executives for Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation
President and Vice President of Plant Operations of Global Food & Engineering - Minnesota
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Administration and Controller
President of Cargill Beef
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation Key Developments
Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation Announces New Executive Appointment
Feb 11 15
Ruth Kimmelshue, president of both Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation and the company's turkey and cooked meats business, has been appointed to a corporate position, joining an executive team responsible for overseeing Cargill's international animal protein and salt operations, effective March 1, 2015. Additionally, Kimmelshue has been named to the Cargill Corporate Center executive team, which provides global leadership, counseling and guidance in support of the company's long-term strategic business and societal objectives. She will be based in Wichita and will continue leading the Cargill Turkey & Cooked Meats business and serving as president of Cargill Meat Solutions.
Cargill to Cut 300 Jobs in Dodge City
May 16 14
Cargill Meat Solutions plans to reduce the work force at its Dodge City plant by about 300 workers. The plant would be left with about 2,350 to 2,450 workers when the process is finished.
Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation Settles Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs Allegations for Three Company Meat Processing Plants
Jan 22 14
Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation announced it has settled hiring discrimination allegations made by the Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) involving three of the company's U.S. meat processing plants. The company believes it did not discriminate against any applicant and views the agency's allegations as being unfounded and without merit. After carefully weighing all options, Cargill chose to avoid the cost, business interruptions and uncertainty created by lengthy litigation, and will pay $2.2 million into a settlement fund.
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