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Louis Dreyfus Company


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Louis Dreyfus Company

Founded in 1851 Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) is a global merchant and processor of agricultural goods, with a diversified portfolio covering the entire value chain, from origination to distribution.  With activities at the heart of agricultural and food production, and guided by our strong values, rich heritage, and clear vision, we are committed to working towards a safe and sustainable future.

Our Cotton Platform is a large-scale originator and handler of Australian cotton and cottonseed.  After acquiring Dunavant’s Australian cotton business in 2010, LDC scaled up its position in the domestic cotton marked from our office in Brisbane, where our cotton team manages the originations of raw cotton and cottonseed from farmers, many of whom have long-standing ties with LDC.

We also offer risk management and financing solutions to key grower groups, aiming to add value to local farmers, as we build our relationship with them as a preferred business partner.

Cotton is processed at growers’ preferred ginning site amount LDC’s three processing plants at Emerald, Dalby and Moree.

The company has a large-scale network of warehouses and see storage sites, both inland and at port locations, enabling the efficient movement of products from gin to port to destination.




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