Pinnacle acquires 3-D Chemicals, 3-D Fertilizer
Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC (“Pinnacle”) has acquired the assets of 3-D Chemicals, LLC, 3-D Chemicals Inc., 3-D Fertilizer, LLC and 3-D Fertilizer Inc. (“3-D”). With headquarters in St. Martinville, La., 3-D was founded in 1976 by David Degeyter. 3-D currently operates two locations in St. Martinville and New Iberia, with associated warehouses, primarily servicing the sugarcane growing area in Louisiana west of the Atchafalaya Basin.
“I am very pleased to announce the addition of 3-D Chemical and Fertilizer to our growing Pinnacle portfolio,” said Kenny Cordell, CEO of Pinnacle. “David Degeyter is a highly--respected veteran in the sugar cane industry. Together with his team of highly--skilled employees, they have built a fine operation and a marquee brand. With the acquisition of 3-D, Pinnacle gains further access into the important and valuable South Louisiana sugarcane market. Together with G&H Seed Company,3-D will operate as a significant member of the Jimmy Sanders team, providing high quality inputs and full--service capabilities to Southern growers.”
“The principles on which I have built not only my business, but also my career, have rested upon integrity and superior customer service,” said David Degeyter. “I am excited to become part of an organization whose principles mirror those of 3-D and its staff. With the experience, network and resources of both Pinnacle and Jimmy Sanders, we intend to substantially enhance our product and service offerings and continue working tirelessly for our valued customers.”
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