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36 THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE U.S. FOREIGN TRADE VIA OCEAN CONTAINER TRANSPORT JUNE 1.2015 JOC TOP 100 EXPORTERS IN 2014 EXPORTERS HEADQUARTERS WEBSITE RANK JOC TOP 100 EXPORTERS TEUS IN 2014 SECTOR NOTES 1 AMERICA CHUNG NAM 335,400 City of Industry, Calif. Paper & Plastics Recyclables; Animal Feed/Grains 2 KOCH INDUSTRIES 239,800 Wichita, Kan. Conglomerate 3 INTERNATIONAL PAPER 157,300 Memphis Paper/Packaging 4 DELONG 111,900 Clinton, Wis. Animal Feed/Grain 5 DENISON INTERNATIONAL 104,400 Diamond Bar, Calif. N/A Paper/Recyclables 6 DUPONT 102,500 Wilmington, Del. Diversified 7 MEADWESTVACO/ROCKTENN 93,800 Richmond, Va.; Norcross, Ga.; Paper/Packaging 8 SIMS METAL MANAGEMENT 84,400 New York Metals & Electronics/Recyclables 9 NEWPORT CH INTL. 80,500 Orange, Calif.; Paper/Metals /Plastics Recyclables 10 POTENTIAL INDUSTRIES 78,200 Wilmington, Calif. Paper/Recyclables 11 WEYERHAEUSER 72,400 Federal Way, Wash. Forest/Wood Products 12 JC HORIZON 70,900 Ontario, Calif. Paper/Metals/Plastics Recyclables 12 (tie) SHINTECH 70,900 Houston Chemicals 14 LANSING TRADE GROUP 65,400 Overland Park, Kansas Chemicals 15 INTERNATIONAL FOREST PRODUCTS 63,700 Foxboro, Mass. Paper/Recyclables 16 CARGILL 63,500 Wayzata, Minn. Conglomerate 17 BASF NORTH AMERICA 63,200 Florham Park, N.J. Chemicals-Diversified 18 CYCLE LINK 62,900 Diamond Bar, Calif. Recyclables 19 JBS-SWIFT USA 61,900 Greeley, Colo.; Refrigerated Meats/Poultry 20 ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND 59,100 Chicago, Ill. Agriculture Recovered wastepaper exporter, the primary supplier to Nine Dragons Paper Industries, which is China's largest containerboard manufacturer. Also exports plastic scrap, animal feeds/grains and wines to China and other Asian countries. 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. 2014 net sales of $24 billion. Owns Temple-Inland. Its xpedx BtoB distribution business merged with Unisource in 2014 forming Veritiv. Family owned trading company in agronomy, grain and seed business. An 8.8-acre grain export facility at the Logistics Park in Kansas City. Transport unit is DeLco Transport International. Exports paper for recycling mainly to mainland China via California ports and the Port of New York and New Jersey. DuPont is separating its chemicals business into a new company, Chemours, effective July 1, 2015. MWV and RockTenn will combine as WestRock, WRK on NYSE. Holding U.S. antitrust approval, deal will likely close in June. WestRock will operate more than 300 facilities in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Metals and electronics recycler withmore than 250 facilities worldwide. Approximately 60 percent of its global revenue is from North America operations. A partnership with Canusa Hershman Recycling. Trades, brokers and markets recyclable paper, plastics and metals to Asia, mostly to China. Exports paper for recycling, primarily from California and New York-New Jersey to mainland China. Rail access at recycling facility. Moving HQ to Seattle in 2016. Timberlands, wood and cellulose fiber products company had $7.4 billion in 2014 sales. The REIT owns 7 million acres of timberlands primarily in the U.S. Serves the Asia-Pacific recycled paper, metal and plastics markets, primarily China, where it has several offices. Largest U.S. producer of polyvinyl chloride, synthetic resin. Parent is Shin-Etsu Chemical of Japan. Trades whole grains and oil seeds, feed ingredients, and energy products. In 2014 completed its high-speed shuttle train facility on the Union Pacific Railroad near Grayridge, Missiouri, capable of loading 110-car shuttle trains. Titan-Lansing Transloading handles frac sand and crude oil in the Texas Permian Basin. 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. Private U.S. company. New $100 million cocoa processing plant in Gresik, Indonesia, began operations in December 2014. Owns zero‚Äźcalorie sweetener Truvia, a Stevia leaf extract. North American affiliate of BASF SE, headquartered in Ludwigshafen, Germany, with global sales of $20.6 billion in 2014. Major facilities in the U.S. are in Geismar, Louisiana, and Freeport, Texas. Primarily handles recovered paper since 2007. Sourcing services for recovered fibers, plastics and metals. Offices in Japan, U.K, the Netherlands, mainland China and Australia. Brazil's JBS Group, an animal protein processing company for food, leather, pet products and biodiesel products operates more than 100 plants worldwide, including the U.S., Australia, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico among others. Owns and controls 75 percent of Pilgrim's Pride, which bought Tyson Foods' Brazilian and Mexican poultry business. Agricultural processor for food ingredients has 300 ingredient manufacturing facilities and 460 crop procurement facilities. To sell its global cocoa business to Olam and its chocolate business to Cargill. Owns or leases 2,600 barges, 28,100 railcars, 600 trucks, 1,300 trailers and 41 ships.

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