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April 27, 2015 4:08 AM ET

Food Products

Company Overview of Ag Processing Inc.

Company Overview

Ag Processing Inc., a farmer owned agribusiness, engages in procuring, processing, marketing, and transporting oilseeds, grains, and related products in the United States and internationally. It offers soybean meal, which is used as animal feed; and crude soybean oil, which is further processed and utilized in the food sector and industrial uses, including biodiesel. The company also provides refined vegetable oils to food service, food manufacturing, packaged products, consumer retail, and industrial customers sectors; biodiesel; animal nutrition products; poultry and animal feed products; and corn, milo, soybeans, wheat, and processed grains. In addition, it exports high and low protein so...

12700 West Dodge Road

Omaha, NE 68154

United States

Founded in 1983

Phone:

402-496-7809

Fax:

402-498-2215

Key Executives for Ag Processing Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and General Manager
Senior Vice President of Operations
Senior Vice President of Corporate & Member Relations
Senior Vice President of Transportation
Senior Vice President of Information Systems
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Ag Processing Inc. Key Developments

Processing Inc. Receives $24.61 Million Federal Contract

Processing Inc. won a $24,606,040 federal contract from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency, Kansas City, Mo., for bulk agricultural commodities to be used in U.S. international food aid programs.

Ag Processing Wins Federal Contract for Bulk Agricultural Commodities for Use in U.S. International Food Aid Programs

Farm Service Agency (Department of Agriculture), Kansas City Commodity Office, has awarded a $24,606,040.00 federal contract to AG Processing Inc. on February 12 for 'Bulk Agricultural Commodities for use in U.S. International Food Aid Programs'.

Ag Processing Inc. Plans to Spend $100 Million to Expand its Soybean Processing Plant in Hastings

Ag Processing Inc. planed to spend roughly $100 million to expand its soybean processing plant in Hastings. The company expects the expansion to be done by the fall of 2016. The Hastings plant expansion would help AGP meet export demand from Asian markets.

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