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Wholesale Grain list allows marketers to target establishments engaged in the wholesale distribution, marketing, and buying of farm crops ranging from soybean to corn. These professionals rely on resource materials like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of topics including wholesale business development, warehouse management, and commodities market. Along with offline and online publications, these wholesale professionals purchase products and services including grain trucks and office supplies for successful operation.
Reach executives, distributors, vendors, suppliers, brokers and others allied to the field who manage the wholesale merchandising and shipment of non-durable farm goods needing replenishment on a continuous basis. Along with wholesale distribution centers, this list includes country grain elevators and terminal elevator facilities that buy and receive grain from farmers. Flour mills, grain mills and other processing plants depend on wholesalers to supply the grain and bean products to manufacture bread, cereal, chips and more. Acting as the middle man between grower and manufacturer, wholesale distributors seek solutions in silo storage, farm to market logistics, product warehousing, import/export strategies and industry intelligence. To be proficient in their jobs, these professionals purchase resources from vendor partners that help streamline processes, promote continuing education and improve business development.
Wholesale Grain and Bean Products: Barley, bulk beans, corn, grain, oats, rice, soybeans, wheat
Products and Services Purchased for Successful Wholesale Operation: trade journals, business attire, automation systems, POS systems, forklifts, storage racks, shelving, dollies, material handling supplies, hand and power tools, packaging, burlap bags, computers, software, mobile devices, office furnishings and office supplies.
Ideal list users include: Industry publications, business apparel providers, IT providers, warehouse facilities, logistics companies, facilities maintenance, training and certification providers, event coordinators, software and computer providers, technology providers, insurance providers, recruiters, financial institutions, legal advisors, and credit card issuers.