• Condensed by Lynda Kiernan-Stone

Greenfield Acquires Four Agspring Grain Elevators

Greenfield Holdings has some ambitious plans. Based in Louisiana, the company is aiming to develop the foremost integrated grain platform in the U.S., and is pursuing a project to construct and operate the first export grain elevator built in the U.S. Gulf in more than 40 years.

As part of this strategic course, Greenfield has acquired four key assets: elevators located in Lake Providence, Parkdale, Crowville, and Dunn in the states of Louisiana and Arkansas, from subsidiaries of Agspring.

Spearheaded by the Lake Providence, Mississippi River asset located in Louisiana, the acquisition of these assets will allow Greenfield to help U.S. farmers lower their costs by connecting them with international grain buyers, and offering cost-effective logistics chain and the supporting infrastructure needed.

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