Agmark Intermodal Systems
A team of diligent individuals who love the agricultural industry and are dedicated to helping those in the industry obtain the highest quality ingredients when and where they need them.
In 1977, co-founder Duncan Hagemeyer began Agmark as a commodities trading firm in the cash market for soybean meal and arranging transportation for the commodities by railroad.
With the deregulation of railroads in the early 1980s, Duncan and his brother Richard Hagemeyer saw an opportunity to diversify the landscape of merchandising and transporting bulk agricultural commodities. With Richard’s background in truck transportation and accounting and Duncan’s commodities trading and rail experience, the Hagemeyer brothers decided to start Agmark Intermodal Systems in 1985. With this company, they could ship bulk agricultural products across country by railroad, transload the railcars to truck, and then deliver the shipment locally. In this way, they could buy, sell, and ship bulk agricultural commodities to high consumption markets that were not well served by the newly allowed rail competition under deregulation.
Today, Agmark Intermodal Systems still offers flexibility, providing more options for ways to transport commodities and more regions to transport ingredients to and from, thus giving customers a wider selection of the commodities they need. Innovation has always been and continues to be a hallmark of Agmark Intermodal Systems, continuing to look for new markets, new products, and better logistical techniques to provide the highest service to its customers.
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