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Company Overview of Grainpro, Inc.

Company Overview

Grainpro, Inc. manufactures and markets post harvest storage units for food grains and other dry food commodities. Its products include GrainPro Cocoons that are used to store bagged commodities, such as grains, seeds and pulses, cacao and coffee beans, and other dry agricultural products; GrainPro GrainSafes that stores various dry agricultural commodities; GrainPro Collapsible Dryer Cases that are used for sun drying of various agricultural commodities; GrainPro TranSafeliner for prevention of condenasation, moisture ingress, and control of infestation without toxic fumigation in transit; and GrainPro Hermetic Bunkers. The company provides pesticide-free integrated transportation and stora...

200 Baker Avenue

Suite 309

Concord, MA 01742

United States

Founded in 1992





Key Executives for Grainpro, Inc.

President and Director
Age: 77
Chief Executive Officer of Philipines and President of Philipines
Vice President of Sales & Marketing and Business Development-Philipines
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Grainpro, Inc. Key Developments

GrainPro Inc. Appoints Arlene Mitchell and Linda Habgood to the Board of Directors

GrainPro Inc. announced the appointment of Arlene Mitchell and Linda Habgood to the Board of Directors. Mitchell, a former Deputy Director at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, has also served in leadership roles at the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture during her distinguished career. Ms. Mitchell is currently the Executive Director of the Global Child Nutrition Foundation, which works to ensure that children around the world have nutritious, locally-sourced meals at school. GrainPro also announced the appointment of Linda Habgood, a Director at Delphos International in Washington, D.C., to its Board of Directors. Delphos International assists companies in achieving their emerging market strategies by utilizing the financial resources of the U.S. government, foreign governments and multilateral organizations.

GrainPro Launches Production Of The "SGB Forte": Cost-Effective SuperGrainbag For Specialty Coffee Beans

Grainpro, Inc. announced the production of a new hermetic bag for the safe storage and transport of high-value, specialty coffee beans. The new 69 kg capacity SuperGrainbag "Forte" (SGB Forte(TM)) is an advanced solution that is sealed in two seconds by heat welding and no longer requires an outer bag to protect it. In addition to keeping aflatoxin levels low, GrainPro's on-farm and village-level hermetic storage units and solar dryers prevent loss of germination capacity in stored seeds. These also significantly reduce post-harvest losses of food supply among both small and large farmers.

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