Richardson

Richardson International (web site) is a large family-owned agricultural business that has operated in western Canada for more than 150 years. It is a subsidiary of James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. which was established in 1857.

Richardson made a bid for UGG during the mergers at the beginning of the 20th century. In 2013, Richardson acquired 19 grain elevators from Viterra when Glencore purchased Viterra, along with the Can-Oat Milling business and one port terminal in Thunder Bay. Elevators acquired included:

  • Dawson Creek, BC
  • Fort St. John, BC
  • Lacombe, AB
  • High Level, AB
  • Vulcan, AB
  • Provost, AB
  • Assiniboia, SK
  • Carrot River, SK
  • Davidson, SK
  • Kindersley, SK
  • Alameda, SK
  • Melville, SK
  • Langenburg, SK
  • Maple Creek, SK
  • White City, SK
  • Unity, SK
  • Letellier, MB
  • Arborg, MB

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