Pendleton Grain Growers Sells Assets to United Grain Corp.

June 16, 2016 04:58 PM
 
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Pendleton Grain Growers has agreed to sell its assets to United Grain Corporation.

The East Oregonian reports that officials announced Tuesday that United Grain Corporation, of Vancouver, Washington, has agreed to buy all of Pendleton Grain's assets including facilities, contracts and inventory.

Pendleton Grain announced it would try to sell its grain division in October 2015. The co-op was fully dissolved on May 2 of this year.

According to a release, United Grain is in the process of opening Pendleton offices and has retained a majority of Pendleton Grain's employees.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Homer
Atlanta, WA
6/18/2016 07:40 PM
 

  The management consultants that PGG hired did this to them. Those same consultants were costing more each week than the PPG employees. The consultants NEVER wanted to hire a proper GM.

 
 

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