Trade Andersons

Anderson, Inc. is an American agribusiness established in 1947, which started the Anderson Truck Station (ATT) in the 1940s for the grain industry, based in Maumee, Ohio. At various stages, the company provided marketing, production and distribution of products and services to the agribusiness community, which were organized into multiple business groups: grains, ethanol, phytonutrients, retail, grass, specialty and railway. The grain arm continues to provide grain storage and management facilities, crop insurance, commodity risk management and grain delivery services through rail business, with a particular focus on the Eastern Corn Belt in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska and Illinois, through grain plants located in those states. had revenues of $4,576,331,000 for the fiscal year 2011 ended December 31, 2011.On August 19, 2003, Andersens announced to re-enter for 2002 and the first quarter of 2003, after they charged the profits amounted under a St-5s Grain Marketing Agreement did not follow a new accounting ad. Overall, the company's income remained unchanged. On November 18, 2005, Anderson restated cash flow for the nine-month period ended September 30, 2005, due to an error in the preparation procedure.