ADM Milling completes expansion in Indiana
July 9, 2014
by World Grain Staff
BEECH GROVE, INDIANA, U.S. — ADM Milling, a wholly owned subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland Company on July 9 celebrated the completion of a substantial expansion at its wheat processing plant in Beech Grove, Indiana, U.S., a suburb of Indianapolis.
“Our customers continue to grow, and it is our job to support them in that growth,” said Mark Kolkhorst, president of ADM Milling. “This new capacity will allow us to expand without sacrificing the service and quality that our customers throughout the region have come to expect.”
With the expansion, the Beech Grove wheat milling facility is now the third largest in the nation. Equipped with the latest modern technology, the mill now has a production capacity of 28,000 hundredweights (cwts) per day, a 45% increase. With eight new fast load-out bins, total flour load-out capacity has been increased by nearly 100%. The addition also includes more than 31,000 cwt of new flour storage.
Products at Beech Grove include spring, winter and hard soft wheat flour blends, providing a range of options for customers. The facility serves customers primarily in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.
ADM Milling is one of the world’s largest flour millers, with multiple wheat flour mills in the United States as well in Canada, the Caribbean, Central America and the United Kingdom.