Your local GrainCorp merchants are a key part of a global network spanning four continents. GrainCorp supplies customers in over 30 countries – they will connect your grain to a growing global demand.
In 2016, GrainCorp celebrated 100 years of growth. Having formed in Australia in 1916, GrainCorp has grown into a leading international agribusiness and agrifoods processor, connecting customers all around the globe.
Licensed and bonded with the Canadian Grain Commission, GrainCorp’s local knowledge and global insights will help to deliver competitive pricing to Western Canadian growers.
GrainCorp Marketing’s existing Canadian office will support GrainsConnect Canada by managing the origination process with Canadian grain and oilseed growers.
GrainCorp has formed a strategic joint venture with major Japanese agricultural cooperative, Zen-Noh Grain Corporation, to create GrainsConnect Canada – a highly-efficient supply chain that will connect your grain to the world.
Zen-Noh Group is a federation of agricultural cooperatives in Japan. Since its establishment in 1972 it has grown into one of the largest cooperatives in the world, valued at over 115 billion yen and supplying products and services to its 1,032-member cooperative unions in Japan and internationally.
The Zen-Noh Group is responsible for supplying food products to consumers across Japan, Asia and other regions. The Group accounts for a major share of food production and supply in Japan. Its operations also include fertilizer, agrichemicals, energy, and a wide variety of other products and services.
Zen-Noh’s goal is for all member cooperative unions to work together to increase their production efficiency and approve their economic position.