About ADM Australia
Since 1991, ADM Australia has served customers throughout the Pacific Rim, including New Zealand and the South Pacific, with a range of specialty food, feed and industrial ingredients made from corn, soy and wheat. ADM employs 45 people in Australia.
ADM’s grain merchandising business, based in Adelaide, originates Australian wheat, barley, canola, sorghum and pulses, serving both domestic and international customers. The business was formerly part of Alfred C. Toepfer International, a global merchandiser of agricultural commodities and processed products, which ADM acquired in 2014.
ADM can provide export solutions for both bulk and containerized products from all grain exporting ports in Australia. ADM often sources commodities directly from growers located in the main cropping areas of Australia, supported by ADM’s national grain origination network.
For more local information on ADM’s Australian grain merchandising business, go to www.admgrain.com.au.
ADM’s ingredient business has sales offices in Sydney and Brisbane, as well as distribution centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Darwin. We also work with a national logistics company, which enables us to efficiently serve customers throughout the country.
For bakery, beverage, confectionary, dairy and other applications, we offer the following ingredients:
For the animal feed industry, we offer specialty feed ingredients, such as lysine, threonine and soy protein concentrate, which are used primarily in chicken, fish and pig feeds.
For industrial products, we offer a wide variety of solutions, including bio-based Propylene Glycol and Glycerol.
A key part of ADM’s Asia strategy today is our strategic ownership interest in Wilmar International Limited, Asia’s premiere agricultural processing business, which has locations in Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore, and in other parts of the world. Wilmar operates palm plantations; crushing facilities for various types of oilseeds; vegetable oil refineries and packaging facilities; plants that produce oleo chemicals, soy proteins and fertilizers; and multiple wheat and rice milling facilities.