Viterra Inc. was a Canadian grain handling business, the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc.

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  • Viterra Inc. was a Canadian grain handling business, the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. Viterra's grain handling and marketing operations were located primarily in two of the world's most fertile regions: Western Canada and South Australia. The company owns and operates grain terminals in Western Canada, along with 95% of the grain handling and storage facilities in South Australia. The company ships grain to markets worldwide. Viterra was also one of the largest agri-product retailers in Canada, with a network of more than 250 retail locations throughout the Prairies. As part of this business, Viterra owns a 34% interest in CFI, a large urea and ammonia plant. The company also operates several value-added processing businesses, including wholly owned subsidiaries like Dakota Growers Pasta Company, 21st Century Grain, making it the largest producer of in North America, the third largest producer of pasta on the continent, the largest malt producer in Australia, a large producer of canola and a leading producer of animal feed in New Zealand. At the time of the Glencore's March 2012 back-to-back purchase-and-agreement of Viterra's assets to Agrium, which paved the way for Glencore's purchase of Viterra, in December 2012, Viterra was generating "$2.4-billion in revenue and $244-million in EBITDA" and operated a "network of 258 agri-products retail locations throughout Western Canada and 17 retail locations in Australia. Retail locations offer fertilizer, crop protection products, seed and equipment to growers. Viterra also has a minority interest in a nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing plant in Medicine Hat, Alberta." (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a Canadian grain handling business, the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. Viterra's grain handling and marketing operations were located primarily in two of the world's most fertile regions: Western Canada and South Australia. The company owns and operates grain terminals in Western Canada, along with 95% of the grain handling and storage facilities in South Australia. The company ships grain to markets worldwide. Viterra was also one of the largest agri-product retailers in Canada, with a network of more than 250 retail locations throughout the Prairies. As part of this business, Viterra owns a 34% interest in CFI, a large urea and ammonia plant. The company also operates several value-added processing businesses, including wholly owned subsidiaries like Dakota Growers Pasta Company, 21st Century Grain, making it the largest producer of in North America, the third largest producer of pasta on the continent, the largest malt producer in Australia, a large producer of canola and a leading producer of animal feed in New Zealand. At the time of the Glencore's March 2012 back-to-back purchase-and-agreement of Viterra's assets to Agrium, which paved the way for Glencore's purchase of Viterra, in December 2012, Viterra was generating "$2.4-billion in revenue and $244-million in EBITDA" and operated a "network of 258 agri-products retail locations throughout Western Canada and 17 retail locations in Australia. Retail locations offer fertilizer, crop protection products, seed and equipment to growers. Viterra also has a minority interest in a nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing plant in Medicine Hat, Alberta." (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global grain handling business, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. Viterra's grain handling and marketing operations were located primarily in two of the world's most fertile regions: Western Canada and South Australia. The company owns and operates grain terminals in Western Canada, along with 95% of the grain handling and storage facilities in South Australia. The company ships grain to markets worldwide. Viterra was also one of the largest agri-product retailers in Canada, with a network of more than 250 retail locations throughout the Prairies. As part of this business, Viterra owns a 34% interest in CFI, a large urea and ammonia plant. The company also operates several value-added processing businesses, including wholly owned subsidiaries like Dakota Growers Pasta Company, 21st Century Grain, making it the largest producer of in North America, the third largest producer of pasta on the continent, the largest malt producer in Australia, a large producer of canola and a leading producer of animal feed in New Zealand. At the time of the Glencore's March 2012 back-to-back purchase-and-agreement of Viterra's assets to Agrium, which paved the way for Glencore's purchase of Viterra, in December 2012, Viterra was generating "$2.4-billion in revenue and $244-million in EBITDA" and operated a "network of 258 agri-products retail locations throughout Western Canada and 17 retail locations in Australia. Retail locations offer fertilizer, crop protection products, seed and equipment to growers. Viterra also has a minority interest in a nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing plant in Medicine Hat, Alberta." (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, with operations in 37 countries. }}</ref> Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. Viterra's grain handling and marketing operations were located primarily in two of the world's most fertile regions: Western Canada and South Australia. The company owns and operates grain terminals in Western Canada, along with 95% of the grain handling and storage facilities in South Australia. The company ships grain to markets worldwide. Viterra was also one of the largest agri-product retailers in Canada, with a network of more than 250 retail locations throughout the Prairies. As part of this business, Viterra owns a 34% interest in CFI, a large urea and ammonia plant. The company also operates several value-added processing businesses, including wholly owned subsidiaries like Dakota Growers Pasta Company, 21st Century Grain, making it the largest producer of in North America, the third largest producer of pasta on the continent, the largest malt producer in Australia, a large producer of canola and a leading producer of animal feed in New Zealand. At the time of the Glencore's March 2012 back-to-back purchase-and-agreement of Viterra's assets to Agrium, which paved the way for Glencore's purchase of Viterra, in December 2012, Viterra was generating "$2.4-billion in revenue and $244-million in EBITDA" and operated a "network of 258 agri-products retail locations throughout Western Canada and 17 retail locations in Australia. Retail locations offer fertilizer, crop protection products, seed and equipment to growers. Viterra also has a minority interest in a nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing plant in Medicine Hat, Alberta." (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. Viterra's grain handling and marketing operations were located primarily in two of the world's most fertile regions: Western Canada and South Australia. The company owns and operates grain terminals in Western Canada, along with 95% of the grain handling and storage facilities in South Australia. The company ships grain to markets worldwide. Viterra was also one of the largest agri-product retailers in Canada, with a network of more than 250 retail locations throughout the Prairies. As part of this business, Viterra owns a 34% interest in CFI, a large urea and ammonia plant. The company also operates several value-added processing businesses, including wholly owned subsidiaries like Dakota Growers Pasta Company, 21st Century Grain, making it the largest producer of in North America, the third largest producer of pasta on the continent, the largest malt producer in Australia, a large producer of canola and a leading producer of animal feed in New Zealand. At the time of the Glencore's March 2012 back-to-back purchase-and-agreement of Viterra's assets to Agrium, which paved the way for Glencore's purchase of Viterra, in December 2012, Viterra was generating "$2.4-billion in revenue and $244-million in EBITDA" and operated a "network of 258 agri-products retail locations throughout Western Canada and 17 retail locations in Australia. Retail locations offer fertilizer, crop protection products, seed and equipment to growers. Viterra also has a minority interest in a nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing plant in Medicine Hat, Alberta." (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers.Logistics: The company's logistics network allows it to oversee the movement of commodities from producer to consumer.Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 100 facilities in 14 countries.Processing and Refining: The company owns over 30 processing and refining facilities in 12 countries, producing crude oil, refined oil, biodiesel, glycerine, refined sugar and feed meals.Port Terminals: Viterra operates 25 port terminals in nine major exporting countries, supplying bulk shipments to destination markets all over the world. Viterra's shareholders are Glencore, CPP Investments, and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation. the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. Viterra's grain handling and marketing operations were located primarily in two of the world's most fertile regions: Western Canada and South Australia. The company owns and operates grain terminals in Western Canada, along with 95% of the grain handling and storage facilities in South Australia. The company ships grain to markets worldwide. Viterra was also one of the largest agri-product retailers in Canada, with a network of more than 250 retail locations throughout the Prairies. As part of this business, Viterra owns a 34% interest in CFI, a large urea and ammonia plant. The company also operates several value-added processing businesses, including wholly owned subsidiaries like Dakota Growers Pasta Company, 21st Century Grain, making it the largest producer of in North America, the third largest producer of pasta on the continent, the largest malt producer in Australia, a large producer of canola and a leading producer of animal feed in New Zealand. At the time of the Glencore's March 2012 back-to-back purchase-and-agreement of Viterra's assets to Agrium, which paved the way for Glencore's purchase of Viterra, in December 2012, Viterra was generating "$2.4-billion in revenue and $244-million in EBITDA" and operated a "network of 258 agri-products retail locations throughout Western Canada and 17 retail locations in Australia. Retail locations offer fertilizer, crop protection products, seed and equipment to growers. Viterra also has a minority interest in a nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing plant in Medicine Hat, Alberta." (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Logistics: The company's logistics network allows it to oversee the movement of commodities from producer to consumer. Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 100 facilities in 14 countries. Processing and Refining: The company owns over 30 processing and refining facilities in 12 countries, producing crude oil, refined oil, biodiesel, glycerine, refined sugar and feed meals. Port Terminals: Viterra operates 25 port terminals in nine major exporting countries, supplying bulk shipments to destination markets all over the world. Viterra's shareholders are Glencore, CPP Investments, and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation. the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. Viterra's grain handling and marketing operations were located primarily in two of the world's most fertile regions: Western Canada and South Australia. The company owns and operates grain terminals in Western Canada, along with 95% of the grain handling and storage facilities in South Australia. The company ships grain to markets worldwide. Viterra was also one of the largest agri-product retailers in Canada, with a network of more than 250 retail locations throughout the Prairies. As part of this business, Viterra owns a 34% interest in CFI, a large urea and ammonia plant. The company also operates several value-added processing businesses, including wholly owned subsidiaries like Dakota Growers Pasta Company, 21st Century Grain, making it the largest producer of in North America, the third largest producer of pasta on the continent, the largest malt producer in Australia, a large producer of canola and a leading producer of animal feed in New Zealand. At the time of the Glencore's March 2012 back-to-back purchase-and-agreement of Viterra's assets to Agrium, which paved the way for Glencore's purchase of Viterra, in December 2012, Viterra was generating "$2.4-billion in revenue and $244-million in EBITDA" and operated a "network of 258 agri-products retail locations throughout Western Canada and 17 retail locations in Australia. Retail locations offer fertilizer, crop protection products, seed and equipment to growers. Viterra also has a minority interest in a nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing plant in Medicine Hat, Alberta." (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Logistics: The company's logistics network allows it to oversee the movement of commodities from producer to consumer. Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 100 facilities in 14 countries. Processing and Refining: The company owns over 30 processing and refining facilities in 12 countries, producing crude oil, refined oil, biodiesel, glycerine, refined sugar and feed meals. Port Terminals: Viterra operates 25 port terminals in nine major exporting countries, supplying bulk shipments to destination markets all over the world. Viterra's shareholders are Glencore, CPP Investments, and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation. "Agrium to Acquire Viterra's Agri-Products Business from Glencore". Calgary, Alberta: Agrium . 20 March 2013. Archived from the original on 10 April 2013. Retrieved 30 March 2013. </ref> (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Logistics: The company's logistics network allows it to oversee the movement of commodities from producer to consumer. Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 100 facilities in 14 countries. Processing and Refining: The company owns over 30 processing and refining facilities in 12 countries, producing crude oil, refined oil, biodiesel, glycerine, refined sugar and feed meals. Port Terminals: Viterra operates 25 port terminals in nine major exporting countries, supplying bulk shipments to destination markets all over the world. Viterra's shareholders are Glencore, CPP Investments, and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Logistics: The company's logistics network allows it to oversee the movement of commodities from producer to consumer. Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 180 facilities in 14 countries. Processing and Refining: The company owns over 30 processing and refining facilities in 12 countries, producing crude oil, refined oil, biodiesel, glycerine, refined sugar and feed meals. Port Terminals: Viterra operates 25 port terminals in nine major exporting countries, supplying bulk shipments to destination markets all over the world. Viterra's shareholders are Glencore, CPP Investments, and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, with over 17,500 employees operating in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Logistics: The company's logistics network allows it to oversee the movement of commodities from producer to consumer, with a global shipping fleet of over 190 ocean going vessels. Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 180 facilities in 14 countries. Processing and Refining: The company owns over 30 processing and refining facilities in 12 countries, producing crude oil, refined oil, biodiesel, glycerine, refined sugar and feed meals. Port Terminals: Viterra operates 25 port terminals in nine major exporting countries, supplying bulk shipments to destination markets all over the world. Viterra's shareholders are Glencore, CPP Investments, and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCI). (en)
  • Viterra Limited is a global agricultural business, with over 17,500 employees operating in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Logistics: The company's logistics network allows it to oversee the movement of commodities from producer to consumer, with a global shipping fleet of over 190 ocean going vessels. Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 180 facilities in 14 countries. Processing and Refining: The company owns over 30 processing and refining facilities in 12 countries, producing crude oil, refined oil, biodiesel, glycerine, refined sugar and feed meals. Port Terminals: Viterra operates 25 port terminals in nine major exporting countries, supplying bulk shipments to destination markets all over the world. Viterra's shareholders are Glencore, CPP Investments, and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCI). (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a Canadian grain handling business, the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. Viterra was one of the largest agri-product retailers in Canada, with a network of more than 250 retail locations throughout the Prairies. As part of this business, Viterra owns a 34% interest in CFI, a large urea and ammonia plant. The company operates several value-added processing businesses, including wholly owned subsidiaries like Dakota Growers Pasta Company, 21st Century Grain, making it the largest producer of in North America, the third largest producer of pasta on the continent, the largest malt producer in Australia, a large producer of canola and a leading producer of animal feed in New Zealand. At the time of the Glencore's March 2012 back-to-back purchase-and-agreement of Viterra's assets to Agrium, which paved the way for Glencore's purchase of Viterra, in December 2012, Viterra was generating "$2.4-billion in revenue and $244-million in EBITDA" and operated a "network of 258 agri-products retail locations throughout Western Canada and 17 retail locations in Australia. Retail locations offer fertilizer, crop protection products, seed and equipment to growers. Viterra also has a minority interest in a nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing plant in Medicine Hat, Alberta." (en)
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  • Viterra Inc. was a Canadian grain handling business, the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a Canadian grain handling business, the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global grain handling business, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, with operations in 37 countries. }}</ref> Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. the nation's largest grain handler, with its historic formative roots in prairie grain-handling cooperatives, among them the iconic Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Viterra Inc grew into a global agri-business with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and China. Viterra operated three distinct, inter-related businesses: Grain Handling & Marketing, Agri-Products and Processing, enabling it to generate earnings at various points on the food production chain from field to the table. Following its $6.1-billion acquisition by Glencore International, on 1 January 2013 Viterra Inc was merged with Glencore purchaser, 8115222 Canada Inc. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Viterra's shareholders are Glencore, CPP Investments, and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, which operates in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Logistics: The company's logistics network allows it to oversee the movement of commodities from producer to consumer. (en)
  • Viterra Inc. is a global agricultural business, with over 17,500 employees operating in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 180 facilities in 14 countries. (en)
  • Viterra Limited is a global agricultural business, with over 17,500 employees operating in 37 countries around the world. The company's relationships with producers and consumers allow it to source sustainable and traceable commodities and deliver them worldwide. It is involved in the following business activities: Marketing: Viterra sources grains, oilseeds, pulses, sugar and cotton from major growing regions and delivers them to end use customers. Storage and Handling: Viterra maintains storage and handling facilities in main growing regions. It has over 180 facilities in 14 countries. (en)
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