1818: Founded in Amsterdam by Johann Peter Bunge 1884 : Bunge y Born established in Argentina by grandson, Ernest Bunge 1905 : Bunge y Born expanded into Brazil 1923 : Bunge North American Grain Corporation founded in New York City to trade raw agricultural commodities
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1884: Bunge y Born established in Argentina by grandson, Ernest Bunge
1905: Bunge y Born expanded into Brazil
1923: Bunge North American Grain Corporation founded in New York City to trade raw agricultural commodities
2001: Changed our name to Bunge North America prior to the initial public offering of our parent company, Bunge Limited
2002: Bunge Limited acquired Cereol, which included Central Soya in the United States and CanAmera Foods in CanadaA Brief History
Bunge North America, Inc., is the North American operating arm of Bunge Limited (NYSE: BG),with facilities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
the Mississippi River and its tributaries!
Shipping by barge remains the lowest cost and most overall efficient method of transporting agricultural commodities to export!
500 acres of corn planted = avg trendline yield of 150 bushels/acre
150 bushels/acre = 75,000 bushels of corn
Loss of barge transportation = $7,500 to $18,750 lost revenue