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Nourishing Ideas Nourishing People. Cargill at a Glance. Cargill Founded 1865 Grain warehouse in Iowa. Core Capabilities Developed Risk Mgmt Supply Chain Mgmt Global Mgmt Core Value Established Trustworthy Creative Enterprising. TODAY $59 Billion+ in Gross Sales

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Nourishing Ideas

Nourishing People

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Cargill at a Glance

  • Cargill Founded
  • 1865
  • Grain warehouse in Iowa
  • Core Capabilities Developed
  • Risk Mgmt
  • Supply Chain Mgmt
  • Global Mgmt
  • Core Value Established
  • Trustworthy
  • Creative
  • Enterprising
  • TODAY
  • $59 Billion+ in Gross Sales
  • Over $1 Billion in Net Earnings
  • Net Worth >$9 Billion
  • 97,000 Employees in 1000 Locations
  • Core Behaviors
  • Customer Focused
  • Innovative
  • High Performing

Integrated Food Products and Food Service Company

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Geographic Presence

North America

37% of net worth

50,889 employees

Europe/Africa

36% of net worth

15,763 employees

Asia/Pacific

11% of net worth

15,186 employees

Latin America

16% of net worth

15,123 employees

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Strengths of Cargill’s Businesses

  • Reputation for integrity
  • Financial soundness
  • Knowledge of the food system
  • Building for long-term success
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Culture & Behaviors

  • Ethics/Guiding Principles
  • Total Quality
  • Food Safety
  • Customer Oriented
  • High Performance
  • Innovation
  • Engaged and empowered work force
  • Customer/Consumer Insight
  • Community Involvement
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Changing Market Environment

  • Agri-food Industry faced with significant changes and challenges
    • Increasingly complex business environment; faster pace of change
    • Customers/competitors consolidating
    • Greater reliance on outsourcing/more sophisticated suppliers
    • Pressure to deliver top line growth through new product intros vs. product extensions
    • Shifting power to consumers (health, wellness, taste, convenience)
    • Margin pressures; over capacity
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Corporate Strategy Guidelines

  • Private ownership
  • Focus on agriculture and food
  • A+ credit rating
  • Operating managers
  • Grow our competencies
  • Maintain basic beliefs
year four of a 10 year plan
Year Four of a 10-Year Plan

Strategic Action

“By 2010, Cargill will be the recognized global leader in providing our agricultural and food customers with solutions that enable them to succeed in their businesses.”

-Warren Staley memo, February, 1999

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Our Plan – Strategic Action

  • 10 year journey, long-term perspective, but short-term urgency
  • Internal education: explore, discover, create, deliver
  • Cross-organization collaboration and transparency
  • Restructuring and aggressive cost management
  • Re-focus our portfolio on Ag/Food (exit Rubber, buy Agribrands, form Food System Design)
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Corporate

Business Unit Focus

Employee Focus

Collective

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Nutrition

&

Health

Food

Applications

Existing Cargill Food Chains

Supply Chain

Management

Three Areas of Strategic Activity

Cargill will provide Food Chain Customer Solutions in the following areas:

Customer

Solutions

Basic Nutrition

Building Blocks

These new areas of activity would need to be incorporated into Cargill’s existing businesses.

Source: Cargill Strategic Intent Presentation, June 2000

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Energize Sport Drink with Trehalose

Performance Breakfast

Soy Signature Bar

NUT-NOTSTM

Innovative Solutions

Women’s and Men’s Bread with AdvantaSoyTM

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The world\'s first man-made fiber from 100% annually renewable resources.

A fiber that not only touches your skin but also touches your soul.

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General Mills

Focus on Our Strategic Accounts

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Success Story - Safety

Cargill reached a safety milestone

Cargill’s safety index measures the frequency and severity of work-related injuries based on the number of hours worked. It decreased to a record 1.7 in fiscal 2003.

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Supply Chain Management

The Customer Satisfaction/ Efficiency Paradox

March 2, 2004

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Grain Distribution Example

New Product development

Supply Chain Optimization

Product Assurance

End User/

Consumer

Raw Material Logistics/

Storage

Raw Material Input

Raw Material Production

Customer

Manufacturing

Processing

Distribution

Processes/Organization Technology Materials/Cash Information Risk Management

  • Grain originated from country
  • Transported through elevator system
  • Exported and distributed to the customer
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Grain Processing Example

New Product development

Supply Chain Optimization

Product Assurance

End User/

Consumer

Raw Material Logistics/

Storage

Raw Material Input

Raw Material Production

Customer

Manufacturing

Processing

Distribution

Processes/Organization Technology Materials/Cash Information Risk Management

  • Grain contract grown and originated from country
  • Transported through elevator system
  • Processed into food ingredient
  • Distributed to food manufacturer
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Fully Integrated Meat Example

New Product development

Supply Chain Optimization

Product Assurance

End User/

Consumer

Raw Material Logistics/

Storage

Raw Material Input

Raw Material Production

Customer

Manufacturing

Processing

Distribution

Processes/Organization Technology Materials/Cash Information Risk Management

  • Specialty formulation fed to animals in feedlot
  • Animals tracked through feedlot to slaughter plant
  • Processed to product specific specifications
  • Distributed to further processing facility
  • Distributed to grocery or food service channel
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Grain Distribution Discussion

New Product development

Supply Chain Optimization

Product Assurance

End User/

Consumer

Raw Material Logistics/

Storage

Raw Material Input

Raw Material Production

Customer

Manufacturing

Processing

Distribution

Processes/Organization Technology Materials/Cash Information Risk Management

  • Grain originated from country
  • Transported through elevator system
  • Exported and distributed to the customer

Satisfy customer’s expectation of ‘guaranteed free of’ at low cost

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Grain Processing Discussion

New Product development

Supply Chain Optimization

Product Assurance

End User/

Consumer

Raw Material Logistics/

Storage

Raw Material Input

Raw Material Production

Customer

Manufacturing

Processing

Distribution

Processes/Organization Technology Materials/Cash Information Risk Management

  • Grain contract grown and originated from country
  • Transported through elevator system
  • Processed into food ingredient
  • Distributed to food manufacturer

How to respond to customer dissatisfaction as a result of new technology implementation?

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Fully Integrated Meat Example

New Product development

Supply Chain Optimization

Product Assurance

End User/

Consumer

Raw Material Logistics/

Storage

Raw Material Input

Raw Material Production

Customer

Manufacturing

Processing

Distribution

Processes/Organization Technology Materials/Cash Information Risk Management

  • Specialty formulation fed to animals in feedlot
  • Animals tracked through feedlot to slaughter plant
  • Processed to product specific specifications
  • Distributed to further processing facility
  • Distributed to grocery or food service channel

Satisfy consumer’s demand for safe, low cost meat

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Thank you!

Jenny L. Verner

Vice President Supply Chain Management

Cargill

[email protected]

952/742-5034

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