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Agrimarketing : Career Supplement USA
Our people drive our business. They are our most valuable asset. Their efforts build the foundation for a successful future. A World of Growth, A World of Opportunity Headquartered in San Francisco, Wilbur-Ellis Company is a leading international marketer and distributor of agricultural products and specialty chemicals and ingredients. For nearly 90 years, the company's industry leadership has been built on one thing: the strength of our people. Wilbur-Ellis is a company you can be proud of. Privately 1921, we now employ 3,000 people throughout North Our employees are leaders and team players, they thrive on being entrepreneurial and they are dedicated to quality work, their customers and each other. We invest in our workforce by offering: Skill development and training FAST F AC T S Founded: 1921 Employees: 3,0 0 0 Headquarters: 345 California St., 27th Floor, San Francisco, CA, 94104 Website: www.wilburellis.com Phone: 415-772- 4000 We want you! For more information on Wilbur-Ellis and our employment opportunities, please visit: www.wilburellis.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Our three divisions are diverse, but they share a common goal: helping customers and suppliers develop timely and innovative solutions to the challenges they face. Agribusiness Division provides advanced crop protection technology and is a major marketer and distributor of top-quality agricultural products in the U.S. Connell Brothers is among the most respected international marketers and distributors of specialty chemicals and Feed Division offers an array of high-quality feed ingredients, and assists its partners in locating markets for their by-products, turning disposal challenges into new revenue opportunities.