Richardson International is Canada’s largest agribusiness and is a global leader in agriculture and food processing. Based in Winnipeg, the company exports to 60 countries with annual turnover in the range of $9-10 billion and 3,200 employees across Canada, the U.S. and the UK.
Founded as a grain and seed supplier by James Richardson in 1857 in Kingston, Ontario, the company has since expanded to hold several diverse subsidiaries and remains a privately-owned by the fifth generation of successors.
Curt Vossen, President and CEO of Richardson International, recently joined OG100 members for a candid dialogue, sharing his experience in supply chain risk-management, running a global family-owned business, and how he sees the energy transition unfolding in the agriculture industry.
On January 31st, OG100 welcomed Curt to speak to members about successful next generation development, supply chain management and risk related to geopolitics and sustainability in agriculture.
For a complete summary of this event, please contact a member of the OG100 team.