Iowa Corn Processors Expands Near Glidden

posted on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 in News

Iowa Corn Processors (ICP), located in west central Iowa near Glidden, is undergoing a major expansion brought on by increased customer demand. Established in 1997, ICP produces corn grits/meal/flour products for the food and beverage industries, as well as co-products for animal feed.

Included in this expansion project are increased storage capacity of
prime goods and co-products, an expansion of the rail spur from one
line to three, a new rail-loading facility, and research and development
for new products. This expansion will allow ICP to double its daily output 
and grow their clientele.

CEO of Iowa Corn Processors, Bob Giguere, cited local facilitation by
the Carroll Area Development

Corporation and Region XII Council of Governments, and broad support from local, regional and   statewide partners as keys to the project moving forward. ICP held a groundbreaking ceremony in July and has a scheduled project completion date of mid-2014.

Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative serves ICP’s electric needs.