WELCOME TO GRAINPRO
Small enough to care and large enough to matter, Grainpro is one of the few independent grain marketing businesses left in the “Trade”.
Grainpro provides flexibility and creativity in grain marketing, with dedicated staff specialising in niche and commodity grains. At Grainpro, the staff are highly skilled and trained. They are loyal, committed and of the ‘can-do’ mentality.
Grainpro prides itself on business ethics based on old world values of integrity and honestly. This openness and has allowed for supplier and buyer trust.
In addition, Grainpro also has a large storage facility with a capacity of 50 000MT, which is largely used for cotton-seed storage.
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I have traded with Angela Greenhalgh for over a decade and I have always been impressed with her professional approach and ability to find grain in all market conditions. Under her leadership Grainpro has gone from a niche player to an accepted and respected counterparty in the grain trade and I can recommend Grainpro to buyers and sellers of grain alike. Another plus point is the friendly and professional staff supporting Angela and making Grainpro a joy to trade with.
Grainpro are a very professional outfit who pride themselves on reliability. I find the information I am provided with is very reliable. The execution of contracts is most professional and reliable, and all the accounts and administrative end of their business is second to none. I would recommend Grainpro to anyone needing a solid company to transact grain or any commodity with.Jack Vivers, Ceres Agricultural Company
We have sold grain through Grainpro since 2010, over this time we have got to know Angie, Alex and now Ann-Maree, in the office, very well, we have found them very pleasant and easy to deal with and payment is always on time. Without any hesitation we recommend Grainpro highly.Peter, Rae, Tim & Grant Quade, Quade Family Trust
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