MINNEAPOLIS, MN, June 24, 2019 /CNW/ - Ceres Global Ag Corp. (TSX: CRP) ("Ceres" or the "Company") announced today it has promoted Sarah Blomquist to Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Administration effective immediately.
"In her new role Sarah will continue to manage all HR functions for Ceres, while also providing strategic oversight and management of critical Company processes including business planning process and internal communications," said Robert Day, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ceres. "Sarah brings significant sector experience and has played an essential role with Ceres as we expand our operations. We look forward to her continued leadership as we focus on the successful execution of our growth strategy."
Sarah spent 19 years with Cargill in a variety of HR specialist, generalist, and management roles across many of the company's functions and businesses, including IT, Legal, poultry products, and energy trading. Following that she founded her own independent HR consulting and coaching firm after which she was appointed HR Director for the Minnesota Vikings. She joined Ceres Global Ag Corp. as Human Resources Director in August 2018.
About Ceres Global Ag Corp. (ceresglobalagcorp.com)
Through its network of commodity logistics centers and team of industry experts, Ceres procures and supplies North American agricultural commodities and value-added products, industrial products, fertilizer, energy products and reliable supply chain logistics services to customers worldwide.
Ceres operates five locations, Duluth, MN; Minneapolis, MN; Shakopee, MN; Northgate, Saskatchewan; and Port Colborne, Ontario, and is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN. Its facilities throughout North America have an aggregate grain and oilseed storage capacity of approximately 29.7 million bushels.
Ceres also has a 50% interest in Savage Riverport, LLC, a joint venture with Consolidated Grain and Barge Co., a 25% interest in Stewart Southern Railway Inc., a short-line railway located in southeast Saskatchewan with a range of 130 kilometers, and a 17% interest in Canterra Seed Holdings Ltd, a Canadian-based seed development company.
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SOURCE Ceres Global Ag Corp.
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