GreenField is the leading specialty alcohols producer in Canada, with a focus on corn-based bulk industrial alcohol, packaged alcohol and fuel ethanol, as well as associated agricultural co-products. The Company has a leading market share of industrial alcohol and is also the largest ethanol producer in Canada, with an export business in grain neutral spirits. The Company also manufactures and sells co-products of the alcohol production process, including Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles (DDGS), Wet Distillers Grains (WDG), corn oil, and carbon dioxide (CO2). The Company has a diversified product offering, generating 45% of its gross profit from bulk industrial alcohol, 35% from fuel ethanol, and 20% from packaged industrial alcohol.
Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, the Company owns and operates four state of the art manufacturing plants in Canada - all strategically located close to both corn supply and end-user markets. As well, the Company owns and operates three alcohol packaging plants, one in Canada and two in the US. The Company has a focused strategy to successfully and profitably operate its production facilities. In doing so, GreenField focuses on managing commodity risks and strives to maintain an environment of continuous operational improvements to increase efficiency and effectiveness as a low-cost producer.
The Company’s production facilities produce a combined 650 mlpy, of which 125 mlpy is industrial and beverage grade alcohol and the balance is fuel grade ethanol. Further, GreenField’s plants are designed and constructed with significant redundancy and our quality assurance programs are designed to meet or exceed our customers' stringent quality requirements.
Under the names of Commercial Alcohols and Pharmco-AAPER, GreenField produces and distributes industrial and beverage alcohol to 6,000 customers in North America.
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