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ADM Animal Nutrition Opens $35M Plant

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It will serve pet food and animal nutrition customers.

Archer Daniels Midland Co. celebrated the opening of its premix facility in Effingham, IL.

“Today’s pet food and animal nutrition customers have higher standards for quality and process controls than ever before, and our new plant in Effingham has the industry-leading technology needed to meet and exceed their needs,” Chuck Loefer, vice president of ADM Animal Nutrition, said in a press release.

“For our customers, this means faster service, more customization to meet every need, and higher capacity — in short, everything they can and should expect from ADM Animal Nutrition.”

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The Effingham Daily News reports that it’s a $35 million facility. It covers 284,000 square feet.

“ADM Animal Nutrition is investing to become the go-to partner for livestock, aquaculture and companion-animal customers around the globe,” said Samson Li, president of ADM Animal Nutrition.

“From our new premix plants and aquaculture capabilities in Asia, to our addition of pet treat leader Crosswind Industries, to the enhancement and upgrades to our facilities in North America—including our great new plant in Effingham—we are leading the charge and helping our customers succeed in a fast-growing market.”

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