Archer Daniels Midland (ADM)

ADM is a subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), the world leader in BioEnergy with a premier position in the agricultural processing value chain. ADM is one of the world largest processors of soybeans, corn, wheat and cocoa and it is a leading manufacturer of biodiesel, ethanol, soybean oil and meal, corn sweeteners, flour and other value-added food and feed ingredients. ADM is also a leading manufacturer of palm oil. Palm oil is an important feed stock for ADM worldwide processing chain.

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Membership number
2-0060-07-000-00
Region
N/A
Member since
08/03/2007
2015
Supply Chain Certification
Approval Date Certification Expiry Date Certified Unit/Facility Location Supply Chain Model Certificates
04/07/2013 03/07/2018 ADM Czernin S.A., Gorki 14, 82-400 Sztum Poland SG, MB View
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16/04/2013 15/01/2018 ADM Cocoa UK Ltd, Estuary Banks, Speke, Liverpool L24 8RB United Kingdom SG, MB View
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18/02/2013 17/02/2018 8 facilities: ADM International Sarl, Switzerland; ADM Hamburg Aktiengesellschaft, Hamburg; Olenex C.V. Neherlands; ADM Trading UK Ltd, Erith; Pura Foods Ltd, Purfleet, Olenex Trading (UK) Ltd, Erith; ADM Czernin S.A., Sztum Poland SG MB View
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18/02/2013 17/02/2018 ADM International SARL, A One Business Center, Z.A. Vers la Pièce Route de l\'Etraz CH ADM Hamburg Aktiengesellschaft, Olenex C.V Germany MB, SG View
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12/12/2012 11/12/2017 5 facilities: ADM Co. 4666 Faries Parkway, Decatur, Il 62526, USA; ADM ARTCO (Warehouse), 4528 S. Broadway, St Louis, MO 63111, USA; ADM, 2701 Refinery Road, Quincy, IL 62305 USA; ADM, 7800 Thayer, Lincoln NE 68529, USA; ADM, 1841 Clay Road, Valdosta GA 31601 USA SG,MB View
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27/10/2012 26/10/2017 SIO/ADM , 62223 Saint-Laurent Blangy France SG,MB View
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