|Calaway Cascade Ag Trading is our affiliate for non-forage agricultural commodities and animal feed products.
Calaway Trading acquired Cascade Ag Trading in 2011 and merged their product offerings and business with the existing hay and straw export services. Mel Fiskum continues to manage the trades and customer relationships on behalf of Calaway Trading.
With over 30 years of experience exporting to South Pacific regions and Asia, we now have the capability to source cotton seed, corn, soybeans, DDGS, grain sorghum, and soybean meal.
Contact their Sales Team today to place an order.
|Pacific Ag is successful because of the genuine relationships we cultivate—and those relationships come from people working with other people, not companies merely “doing business” with one another. For us, business is a little more personal. It’s about trust. When we work together, we’re going to listen to you, develop plans together, and do what we say we’re going to do. For us, there’s just no other way.
Our management team represents more than 75 years of combined experience in the agriculture industry, and is constantly bringing market data and technological innovation to our efforts so we can become even better partners. In addition, we employ hundreds of people across the country. Most of them grew up in agriculture, and all of them understand the way we work.
|Since 1992, Tacoma Transload has provided transloading services for over 30 agricultural commodities. Their convenient location to Seattle and Tacoma ports, as well as direct switching to both Burlington Northern and United Pacific reduces offloading time and costs.
In 1994, they expanded to offer container drayage services. With a fleet of over 15 trucks and container yards in St. Helens, OR; Ellensburg, WA; and Tacoma, WA, they are uniquely positioned to provide loading and hauling solutions.
Calaway Trading's affiliation with Tacoma Transload ensures we have logistics available to transport from our three processing facilities to PNW ports to meet vessel sailing cut-offs.
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