AVON, INDIANA, US — Co-Alliance Cooperative, one of the largest agribusiness and energy marketing and supply cooperatives in the Midwest United States, is moving its corporate headquarters to a larger site.
The new headquarters at 770 N. High School Road in Indianapolis, Indiana, US, will better accommodate its growing team and is more centrally located than its current footprint, Co-Alliance said. The new location is 10 miles east of the cooperative's current Avon, Indiana, US, headquarters and directly off Interstate 465. Renovations are being completed, and the move to the new offices is planned for early summer 2022.
“With the tremendous growth of our member-owned cooperative, we have simply outgrown our current facility,” said Kevin Still, president and chief executive officer of Co-Alliance. “The new headquarters will be more centrally located for employees and will allow our team to conduct business more efficiently in a space that better suites our expanding needs. We are excited about a future where we can collaborate more efficiently and better serve our members.”
Co-Alliance’s overall employee numbers grew by one-third in 2021 through a merger with Harvest Land Co-op, creating a cooperative with $1.3 billion in annual sales. According to Sosland Publishing Co.’s 2022 Grain & Milling Annual, Co-Alliance has six grain storage facilities with a total licensed grain storage capacity of 23.7 million bushels.