Flinthills Trading Company
Huyett’s annual report and profile show some important company facts, and her annual revenue is between $10 million and $50 million, though I can’t see exact revenue data yet. With 100 to 500 employees, it should have generated annual revenues in the region of $1 to $2 million per year over the past three years.
We strive to create value for our customers and society by operating our facilities and the products we manufacture. Due to the limited information available to us on the balance sheet, we cannot estimate the Company’s financial strength or credit risk.
Based in Wichita, Canton St. Gallen, the Company is expanding its activities in the USA, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the United Kingdom.
The Company operates refineries in Alaska, Texas, and Minnesota, has a refinery terminal in Anchorage, and manages a pipeline system for crude oil, natural gas, and petroleum products. Flint Hills Resources, Fairbank, LLC owns the 115 million gallons per year facility commissioned in June 2014 at Flint River Farm in Fairbanks, Minnesota. The plant produces 980 tons of DDGS per day and consumes about 41 million bushels of maize annually. It has an annual production capacity of 1.5 million gallons of oil and 2.2 million barrels of gas.
Georgia Pacific is a pulp and paper company that manufactures a wide range of household products in the United States, from paper towels to quilts and other household items.
Guardian Industries is a consumer goods company headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, located at the University of Michigan – Flint Hills School of Business and Michigan State University College of Engineering. Flint Hill sells products globally, including a wide range of household products such as paper towels, quilts, and other household items, as well as products for the automotive and aerospace industries. It markets its products in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, Canada, and Australia. The Company’s product range ranges from glass, glass, and glassware to glass fibers, plastics, and paper.
Georgia Pacific, known initially as Georgia Hardwood Lumber Co., is a pulp and paper producer in the United States originally from Georgia, Georgia. The list of products also includes well-known brands such as paper towels, blankets, and other household items.
Invista is a polymer fiber company that manufactures Stainmaster carpet products and was acquired by DuPont. Koch Fertilizer was created in 1988 when Koch acquired an ammonia terminal connected to a pipeline. The following year, Koch Nitrogen was founded to market ammonia.
Koch Fertilizers, Invista, Koch Nitrogen, and Koch Chemicals, Inc. will trade on the NYSE and NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “Koch” for the next few years.
In mid-March 2006, Koch Fertilizers, Invista, and Koch Chemicals, Inc. (“Koch”) attended a meeting of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C. They agreed to acquire JAG, a broker for such products. The dispute stemmed from a dispute between Koch and a supplier of natural gas condensate that was delivered to South Texas.
Flint Hills Resources will operate PetroLogistics’ propylene plant in Houston as part of its chemical business and its propylene plants in South Texas.
PetroLogistics started operations in 2010 and has signed a long-term contract with Flint Hills Resources to produce propylene. Propylene is one of the basic building blocks of petrochemistry. It is used in a wide range of end-users, including gasoline, diesel, oil, and natural gas, and other industrial and industrial applications.
Flint Hills Resources, through its subsidiaries, is a leading refinery, chemical, and biofuel company in the United States and a member of the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IAEA). Flint Hills Resources is Flint Hill Resources Inc. (NYSE: FLH), a leading U.S. refinery, chemical, and biofuel Company, and its subsidiary Flint Hill Resources Corp., which has interests in several leading refining, biofuel, and chemical companies.
Flint Hills Resources, Inc. (NYSE: FLH), a member of the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IAEA).
Flint Hills Resources, Inc., a member of the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IAEA), develops and operates a refining business with a combined processing capacity of crude oil over 1 million barrels per day (BPD). In 1927, Flint Hills and its parent company in Flint, Michigan, developed a refinery capable of converting crude oil into gasoline and gasoline into diesel.
After Winkler and Koch temporarily drove the Company out of the United States, they turned to other markets, including the Soviet Union, where they built 15 crack units between 1929 and 1932. In 1933 Koch joined forces with new partners to form the Wood River Oil Refining Company.
In 1946, they bought Rock Island Oil, and the Refinery Co. acquired a crude oil pipeline in Oklahoma as part of the transaction. In 1946, the Company acquired the Wood River Oil Refinery Company, the largest oil refinery in the United States.