GrainCorp Limited


GrainCorp Limited (ASX:GNC) is an Australia-based company. The principal activities of the Company include receival, handling and storage of grain and other bulk commodities for users and growers; and as an agent for marketing organizations; handling of export grains and other bulk commodities through GrainCorp ports; marketing of grain, meals and other bulk commodities and the operation of grain pools; road and rail transport services for bulk commodities; provision of farm input product, and flour milling and mixing services. The Company operates in four business segments: storage and logistics, trading, ports, and other. 

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  • Consumers 
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  • Foods