As we celebrate Global Safety Week, ADM is pleased to recognize the outstanding safety performance of our team at the ADM Salt Lake City sweetener distribution facility.
The team recently reached a milestone of three years without a workrelated safety incident and has gone almost eight years without a lost workday. In addition, two of the facility’s 13 employees have nearly 30 years of injury-free employment. “We’re a close-knit group and we all look out for each other,” says Jerry Garduno, plant manager.
“We’re very proud of our safety record and will continue making it a priority to keep each other safe in the workplace.”
Congratulations to the Salt Lake City team for proving zero is possible.
ADM Salt Lake City team: Joel Bonola, Rick Bourne, Bryan Brady, Gilbert Fonseca, Jerry Garduno, Sharon Hammons, Chris Harrison, Christopher Hastings, Travis Peterson, Gary Sorenson, Fernando Ramirez, Jesus Ramirez, and Ramon Ramirez.
This Salt Lake City sweetener
distribution terminal has been in operation since 1979, coming under the management of ADM in 2002. This facility stores, blends and ships nearly 180 million pounds of high-quality sweetener each year to customers in Utah, Montana and Idaho. Sweeteners and sweetener blends are delivered in sizes ranging from 60-pound pails to 50,000-pound tanker-truck loads, and are used by companies that produce soda, candy, bread, cookies and ice cream.
Every day, the 28,000 people of Archer Daniels Midland Company transform crops into renewable products that meet the demands of a growing world. At more than 230 processing plants, we convert corn, oilseeds, wheat and cocoa into products for food, animal feed, chemical and energy uses. We operate the world’s premier crop origination and transportation network, connecting the harvest to the home in more than 60 countries.