P&H acquires 10 Louis Dreyfus Company locations

Deal significantly expands P&H’s grain and crop input footprint across Western Canada

Parrish & Heimbecker, Limited

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Parrish & Heimbecker, Limited (P&H), announced recently the strategic acquisition of 10 Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) locations to significantly expand P&H’s grain and crop input offerings across new geographies as the company strengthens its leadership position in the grain supply and crop input markets.

P&H will acquire 10 LDC locations across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, providing farmer customers with increased access to more competitive offerings in grain trading, handling and merchandising, as well as full-range crop input products backed by leading agronomic solutions. The company continues its capital investment in growing a more competitive grain supply chain across Canada, including expanding grain terminals, flour milling facilities, feed mills and elevators.

“This is an incredibly exciting day as P&H continues its investment in assets and terminals to provide farmers with local, best-in-class products and support, backed by a growing national grain asset network,” says John Heimbecker, Chief Executive Officer, P&H. “This is a win-win for farmers seeking a more competitive grain and crop inputs offering as well as for the stakeholders within P&H and LDC who work to support them.”

P&H has invested heavily in assets and terminals to create a National Grain Asset Network, including new grain elevator construction and export terminal expansions and upgrades. With 40 locations coast to coast, P&H facilities are strategically located to match producer grain with the needs of both domestic and export end users in terms of quantity, quality, and logistical requirements. With over 1,500 employees and with customers in 15 countries, P&H continues its evolution as a diversified and vertically integrated agribusiness.