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Cargill Uses Digital Tech to Remain a Key Player

How the company stays competitive in today's evolving world

File Photo: Cargill facility
File Photo: Cargill facility

According to the Star Tribune, Cargill Inc. started out as a grain trading company by building thousands of elevators in rural areas that farmers could reach in a day by horse and wagon. Today, being close to farmers isn’t as important as it once was.

“Making money through grain sales isn’t over, but it’s changed,” said Roger Watchorn, president of Cargill’s North America agriculture supply chain. “Cargill is reinventing itself to provide our farmers with new services to continue to add value in an age when information on commodities is readily available and many farmers have their own storage.”

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