World Grain - June 2018 - 11
Savage Companies merging with
Bartlett milling, grain businesses
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, U.S. -
Savage Companies and Bartlett and
Company have announced an agreement under which Bartlett Grain Co. and
Bartlett Milling Co. will merge with Salt
Lake City-based Savage.
A specialist in supply chain services,
Savage has more than 4,000 employees in
250 operation locations across the United
States, Canada, Mexico and Saudi Arabia.
The company focuses on rail, truck and
marine transportation, logistics, materials handling and other industrial and
environmental services. Savage works
generation, rail, food and agriculture, oil
and gas, chemical and petrochemical, and
In food and agriculture, Savage's customers include leading fertilizer producers as well as companies moving foodgrade products to warehouses and distribution centers across the United States.
Savage operates more than 40 transload
terminals in North America, where food
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and corn sweeteners are transferred between different modes of transportation.
Established in 1946, Savage Companies
is privately owned by members of the
The merged business will be renamed
Savage Enterprises, with the grain and
milling businesses continuing to operate
under the Bartlett name.
"We're excited to combine these two
great, family-owned, North American
companies and to join forces with such an
exceptional company," said Kirk Aubry,
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companies combined have more than 180
years of experience. We look forward to
the tremendous synergies and opportunities for growth and success this partnership makes possible."
When the merger is completed, Aubry
will serve as president and CEO of
Savage Enterprises. James B. Hebenstreit,
chairman of Bartlett. will join the Savage
board of directors and will become vicechairman. The Hebenstreit family will
be shareholders of Savage Enterprises.
William J. Fellows, president and CEO
of Bartlett, will continue to lead Bartlett
as president and CEO, reporting to Aubry.
Fellows, too, will join the Savage board.
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