Company Overview of Chromatin, Inc.
Chromatin, Inc. develops and sells hybrid sorghum seeds. The company offers sweet sorghum, a source of sugar for conversion into chemicals, materials, or fuels; grain sorghum for animal feed, processing as advanced biofuels, or use in gluten-free foods; and forage sorghum for lignocelluloses. Its products enable farmers to produce crops optimized for traditional agriculture or bio-industrial processes. The company provides its products to growers, producers, and industrial processors, as well as food and beverage industries. It serves customers through a network of distributors, dealers, and agents worldwide. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. It has a...
10 South LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60603
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Chromatin, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Associate Director of Investor & Corporate Relations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Chromatin, Inc. Key Developments
Chromatin, Inc. Appoints Charles Miller as Vice President of Business Development and International Sales
Feb 26 15
Chromatin, Inc. announced that it has appointed Charles Miller as Vice President of Business Development and International Sales. Charles brings over 19 years experience in leadership roles in the sorghum industry. Before joining Chromatin, he was a principal in the sorghum company MMR Genetics/Richardson Seeds, and after its acquisition by NuFarm, became the Global Development Manager for NuFarm’s sorghum business. In addition to his role with Chromatin, Miller is also serving in the American Seed Trade Association as Chairman of the Corn and Sorghum Division.
Chromatin, Inc. Appoints Troy Randolph as Chief Financial Officer
Nov 13 14
Chromatin, Inc. announced that Troy Randolph has joined the company as its Chief Financial Officer. Troy has over 15 years of financial leadership experience in a variety of industrial business models ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small standalone businesses. As Chromatin's Chief Financial Officer, he will provide the leadership needed to establish an operating and financial infrastructure that can support the company's aggressive growth goals. After serving as an Officer in the U.S. Army, Troy began a corporate career at General Electric where he spent 10 years in roles of growing responsibility, starting with GE's Appliance division and subsequently becoming a member of the GE Corporate Audit Staff, after which he joined the finance team at GE Healthcare.
Chromatin, Inc. Secures $12.5 Million Credit Facility with The PrivateBank
Jul 9 14
Chromatin, Inc. announced it has closed a three-year, $12.5 million credit facility with The PrivateBank. The credit facility represents Chromatin's first financing with a commercial lender and provides capital to support the company's rapidly expanding sorghum seed business.
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