Parrish & Heimbecker
|Headquarters||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada|
Number of employees
|1,500 (June 2010)|
Parrish & Heimbecker Limited is a Canadian grain company with about 1500 employees across Canada and the northern United States. The company has several divisions including flour milling, feed milling, grain marketing, transportation and logistics.
Parrish & Heimbecker Limited is a private, family-owned business founded in 1909. This Canadian-owned, vertically integrated business is one of the largest full-service grain-handling and crop-input supply companies in Canada. It is also the largest Canadian-owned milling company in Canada, with animal nutrition, poultry farming and food-processing divisions in Western and Eastern Canada.
The company is an agent and accredited exporter for the Canadian Wheat Board.
In 1918, P&H bought 10 elevators from Louis Strong and Frederick Dowler, who were Calgary grain brokers. After buying more elevators, by 1920, P&H had 20 elevators.
Network of Canadian Grain Elevators and Terminals
In 2011, P&H have approximately 32 grain elevators in Canada including 12 grain elevators in Ontario that handle a variety of Canadian agricultural products such as wheat, corn, barley, soybeans, oats, Distillers grain, IP soybeans, Navy beans etc.
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