ADM opens sweetener product transfer terminal in Chattanooga region
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Archer Daniels Midland Company announced Friday it has consolidated the operations of its Clevleand terminal,  Jersey Pike and River Bend terminals in Chattanooga into the new Chattanooga facility at Enterprise South in Chattanooga.
Archer Daniels Midland Company announced Friday it has consolidated the operations of its Clevleand terminal, Jersey Pike and River Bend terminals in Chattanooga into the new Chattanooga facility at Enterprise South in Chattanooga.
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CHATTANOOGA — Archer Daniels Midland Company consolidated the operations of its Clevleand terminal, Jersey Pike and River Bend terminals in Chattanooga into the new Chattanooga facility at Enterprise South in Chattanooga. Including truck drivers, more than 25 ADM employees are based at the new facility.

According to a company statement released Friday, the new terminal will transfer liquid and dry bulk sweetener products from railcars to trucks for customer delivery.

“The Chattanooga facility will enable ADM to efficiently ship high-quality sweeteners to customers in several Southeastern states,” said Chris Cuddy, vice president and general manager, ADM Sweeteners and Starches. “Made from safely grown and produced ingredients, these sweeteners are used in many foods and beverages consumers enjoy.”

The terminal, which will handle corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, dry dextrose, dry starch, and dry and liquid sugar, includes a 50,000 square-foot warehouse and comprises 17 acres in Chattanooga’s Enterprise South Industrial Park.

“We are pleased that ADM has chosen to continue its investment in the Hamilton County Region. ADM has a long standing history in this region and we know this new facility at Enterprise South will continue our partnership for many years to come. We are delighted ADM will still employ local workers providing good family wage jobs,” said Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger.