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36 THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE MAY 26.2014 JOC TOP 100 EXPORTERS IN 2013 U.S. FOREIGN TRADE VIA OCEAN CONTAINER TRANSPORT HEADQUARTERS WEBSITE RANK JOC TOP 100 EXPORTERS TEUS IN 2013 SECTOR NOTES HEADQUARTERS RANK JOC TOP 100 EXPORTERS TEUS IN 2013 SECTOR NOTES 1 AMERICA CHUNG NAM 374,200 City of Industry, Calif. Paper & Plastics/Recyclables; Animal Feed/Grains 2 KOCH INDUSTRIES 213,600 Wichita, Kan. Conglomerate 3 INTERNATIONAL PAPER 172,600 Memphis Paper/Packaging 4 DENISON INTERNATIONAL 112,700 Diamond Bar, Calif. N/A Paper/Recyclables 5 DUPONT 105,100 Wilmington, Del. Diversified 6 POTENTIAL INDUSTRIES 103,200 Wilmington, Calif. www.potential Paper Recyclables 7 WEYERHAEUSER 98,400 Federal Way, Wash. Forest/Wood Products 8 tie DELONG 93,400 Clinton, Wis. Animal Feed/Grain NEWPORT CH INTL. 93,400 Orange, Calif.; Paper/Metals /Plastics Recyclables 10 DOW CHEMICAL 88,100 Midland, Mich. Diversified 11 CARGILL 81,200 Wayzata, Minn. Conglomerate 12 SIMS METAL MANAGEMENT 80,700 New York Metals & Electronics/Recyclables 13 SHINTECH 78,400 Houston Chemicals 14 BASF NORTH AMERICA 75,400 Florham Park, N.J. Chemicals-Diversified 15 JC HORIZON 75,200 Arcadia, Calif. Paper/Metals/Plastics Recyclables 16 MEADWESTVACO 66,100 Richmond, Va. Diversified 17 LOUIS DREYFUS COMMODITIES; 65,700 Cordova, Tenn. ALLENBERG COTTON Cotton 18 ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND 64,300 Decatur, Ill. Agriculture 19 TRANS COASTAL SUPPLY 61,400 Decatur, Ill. Animal Feed/Grain 20 INTERNATIONAL FOREST 60,300 Foxboro, Mass. PRODUCTS Paper/Recyclables Recovered paper exporter is the primary supplier and sister company to Nine Dragons Paper Industries, China's largest containerboard manufacturer. Also exports plastic recyclables, animal feed/grain and, most recently, U.S. wine to China. Private U.S. company. Major units include Georgia-Pacific, GP Harmon Recycling and Invista. Acquired Buckeye Technologies in 2013. Global paper and packaging company with operations in North America, Europe, Latin America, Russia, Asia and North Africa. 2012 net sales of $28 billion. The merger to combine IP's xpedx business- to-business distribution business with Unisource is scheduled to close in the third quarter. Exports paper for recycling mainly to mainland China via California ports and the Port of New York- New Jersey. Operates in more than 90 countries. Acquired food ingredients company Danisco in 2011 and remaining 28 percent of soy-based ingredients company Solae from Bunge in 2012. Sold Performance Coatings unit to Carlyle Group in February 2013. Exports paper for recycling, primarily from California and New York-New Jersey to mainland China. Has rail access at recycling facility. Timberlands and wood products company converted to a real estate investment trust in 2010. Owns 6 million acres of timberlands in the U.S. The hardwood operations and Westwood Shipping Lines were sold in the third quarter of 2011. Family owned company with 15 locations in Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio. Has grain, fertilizer, agrichemicals, seed, feed and pet food operations. New 8.8-acre grain export facility at Logistics Park Kansas City. Transportation unit is DeLco Transport International. A partnership with Canusa Hershman Recycling exports wastepaper, steel scrap and plastics to Asia, mostly to China. 75 percent of its annual volume is exported. Diversified portfolio of specialty chemical, advanced materials, agrosciences and plastics businesses. Owns Rohm & Haas. Received $2.16 billion from K-Dow arbitration. New Texas propylene plant to start up in 2015 and Texas ethylene plant to start up in 2017. Private U.S. company. Divested stake in global phosphate, potash and nitrogen specialist Mosaic in May 2011. Scheduled to open a new $100 million cocoa processing plant in Indonesia this year. Owns zero-calorie sweetener Truvia. Divested Colorado, Arizona and Nashville operations in 2012. Invested in mixed metal recycler Chiho-Tiande Group in mainland China. Acquired U.S. Gulf shredder and feeder yards. Rhode Island greenfield facility completed in September 2013. Largest U.S. producer of polyvinyl chloride. Parent is Shin-Etsu Chemical of Japan. North American affiliate of BASF SE, based in Ludwigshafen, Germany. Serves the Asia-Pacific recycled paper, metal and plastics markets, primarily China, where it has several offices. MWV operates in 30 countries and serves customers in more than 100 countries through a network of 125 facilities in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Spun off the consumer and office products business in a merger with ACCO Brands in May 2012. Cotton merchandising division of Paris-based Louis Dreyfus Group acquired the global cotton operation of Memphis-based Dunavant Enterprises in 2010. This agricultural processor of food ingredients, animal nutrition, biofuel and industrial products has 270 processing plants and 470 crop procurement facilities. Owns or leases 2,500 barges, 27,400 railcars, 600 trucks, 1,300 trailers and 52 ships. Established in 2007. Markets grains and feed ingredients, primarily to Asia. Provides transloading. Part of the privately owned and family operated Kraft Group, which also includes the Rand-Whitney paper and packaging business, Gillette Stadium, the New England Patriots and the New England Revolution soccer team.

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