Corn and Feed Grains
In 1922, Lansing operated as a corn merchandiser solely serving the Upper Midwest. Since then, we’ve expanded to provide many grains, serving customers throughout North America and internationally. Corn is our largest volume commodity with nearly 1 billion bushels handled annually. Lansing’s merchandisers provide grains for feed, food and energy customers alike. Other feed grains are supplied to livestock feeders, processors and exporters throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. Though much has changed as we’ve grown throughout the years, our focus on successful long-term relationships and being your business partner of choice remains constant.
Lansing Trade Group trades many varieties of North American and European wheat. The experience we have in each of these domains allows us to deliver the service our customers need, exactly when they need it.
Lansing trades soybeans, non-GMOs and food-grade soybeans in the United States, Canada and Asia. Extensive market knowledge and freight contacts allow us to be very competitive in our bid structure to our suppliers, which translates to peace of mind for our customers. Our businesses originate from the Americas with destination markets scattered internationally. Our deep knowledge of these markets allows us to find unique opportunities for our customers domestically and abroad.
Let us manage the transportation of your physical commodities from origin to destination. While you focus on successfully running your business, we’ll navigate the complex and interconnected logistics market for you, both in North America and around the globe.
To see how we can leverage our extensive network of logistics relationships for you, get in touch today.
Lansing merchandises commodities in many truck markets across North America. Between drayage on the coasts, Midwest origination markets and transloading facilities in strategic locations, the use of trucks gives us flexibility when merchandising a variety of agricultural commodities.
Lansing has developed solid relationships with all of the Class One railroads, as well as many regional railroad companies. These relationships allow us to be aware of constantly changing freight market conditions. We utilize and trade rail freight, and our extensive knowledge of rail logistics allows us to assist customers to maximize their operational efficiencies.
Lansing's dry bulk freight trading business focuses on vessel needs to facilitate Lansing’s international businesses in merchandising shipments of dry bulk ocean cargo.
Lansing actively participates in the corn, bean, wheat and ethanol markets originating on barges for domestic transport or export.
Lansing is a significant exporter of containerized shipments from North American to Asian destinations as a provider of corn, soybeans, DDGs and other products.