Paoli Farmers Cooperative and The Scoular Company jointly announce that the two companies have formed an agreement to partner on grain marketing and handling activities at the cooperative’s facility in Paoli, Colorado.
“We’ve always been committed to serving area producers and staying current to meet their needs, from updating our facility to offering new marketing programs and lots of things in between,” says Steve Bahnsen, manager of the Paoli Coop. “Our agreement with Scoular is just another step to further our commitment to provide a sustainable competitive market for our patrons’ wheat and corn production.”
Bahnsen says Scoular’s strong presence in Nebraska and Colorado interfaces nicely with Paoli Coop’s grain operation, citing in particular Scoular’s shuttle train facility in Venango, Nebraska, and the company’s rail-to-truck transload operation in Sterling, Colorado. He further notes that Scoular brings a vast amount of market knowledge and transportation / logistics expertise that will benefit the independent cooperative’s local operation.
“We’ve worked with the Paoli Cooperative for many years, and we’re pleased to partner with them in such a way that allows both of us to grow our separate businesses,” says Mark Mossman, who oversees Scoular’s Nebraska and eastern Colorado grain elevator operations. “Our job is to connect locally produced grain to the best market, whether that’s down the road, across the country, or around the world. We’ll be working with Paoli Cooperative to do just that, leveraging the knowledge that we glean from our extensive grain marketing network.”
About Paoli Farmers Cooperative
Paoli Coop has been in existence since 1919 to serve area producers from seed cleaning to grain handling to grain marketing. We are in constant renovation with upgrades to continue with the fast pace and changes in the Ag world. Our goal is to be the best Ag and community partner in the area.
About The Scoular Company
A 122-year-old company with more than $6 billion in sales, The Scoular Company operates 90 independent business units that provide diverse supply chain solutions for end-users and suppliers of grain, feed ingredients, and food ingredients around the globe. From nearly 90 offices and facilities in North and South America, our 750+ employees are engaged in the business of buying, selling, storing, and handling grain and ingredients as well as managing transportation and logistics worldwide.