Meet dispatcher Linda Spain

Linda Spain is a dispatcher/broker for Pacific Ag Logistics, based at the Pacific Ag North Carolina office. She’s been with the company since March 2016. Linda brings more than 25 years of transportation experience to her position, but notes that this was her first foray into agriculture. “I was accustomed to dispatching from fixed dock [...]

By | August 18th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Meet dispatcher Linda Spain

Pacific Ag Welcomes Kerry Calaway

When Pacific Ag bought Calagri in June, it gained more than a harvest company and expanded supply and market reach. With the acquisition came approximately 30 fulltime employees, as well as Calagri co-owner Kerry Calaway. “(Pacific Ag CEO) Bill Levy and I met 18 years ago on a baling project,” Kerry said. “Ever since, we’ve [...]

By | July 13th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Pacific Ag Welcomes Kerry Calaway

Meet Tom and Stephanie Borgen of Pacific Ag’s ND operation

Tom and Stephanie Borgen were in San Antonio for an erosion control conference earlier this spring, and that's where they ran into Pacific Ag's CEO Bill Levy and general manager Eddie Rowe. Tom and Stephanie were already familiar with Pacific Ag, as part of their family business involves selling wheat straw and manufacturing erosion control products. [...]

By | June 10th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Meet Tom and Stephanie Borgen of Pacific Ag’s ND operation

Meet Donice Medina, from Pacific Ag’s Western Kansas Office

Donice Medina is often the first person you’ll see when you step into Pacific Ag’s Western Kansas office, and her friendly, easy, outgoing personality makes this an ideal place for her. She joined the Pacific Ag team in August 2014, and is responsible for payroll processing and accounts payable. Previously, she spent 14 years as [...]

By | May 16th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Meet Donice Medina, from Pacific Ag’s Western Kansas Office

Pacific Ag Focuses on Feed Yards and Dairies with New Hire

Brook Holstein Campbell has been recently hired as the High Plains Sales Manager with her charge to develop new business with feed yards and dairies in the High Plains region. “We’re actively diversifying our sales channel in Oklahoma, southwestern Kansas and the Texas panhandle,” said Harrison Pettit, vice-president of corporate development. “We have a reliable [...]

By | April 21st, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Pacific Ag Focuses on Feed Yards and Dairies with New Hire

Crop Residue to Biochemicals on a Commercial Scale—First of Its Kind Canadian Project Announced

At the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference in February, Comet Biorefining (London, Ontario) announced the location of a new, commercial-scale biomass-derived sugar facility in Sarnia, Ontario. Sustainable Development Technology Canada awarded the company a CDN$10.9 million grant for construction of the plant, a first of its kind. The project is the result of a partnership between [...]

By | March 21st, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Crop Residue to Biochemicals on a Commercial Scale—First of Its Kind Canadian Project Announced

Gabriel Gutierrez: More Than Just A Harvest Supervisor

Pacific Ag works across a large expanse of territory, which makes running simultaneous harvest operations a challenge. The skilled labor team at each location is key to running a multi-state harvest. Gabriel Gutierrez is no exception to the important work that is done by the field teams. Currently, Gabriel serves as a Western Kansas region [...]

By | February 22nd, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Gabriel Gutierrez: More Than Just A Harvest Supervisor

Carrie Koeing: Mom, Friend, and Talented Co-Worker

Sitting at the conference table gazing at the ceiling for her thoughts, Carrie Koeing says there isn’t much people don’t know about her. “I’m an open book,” she adds. For Carrie, being in the spotlight is more of a chore than a highlight. She feels more comfortable working behind the scenes. However, Carrie is still [...]

By | February 8th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Carrie Koeing: Mom, Friend, and Talented Co-Worker