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Business Segments III. Quarter
Revenues
(in millions $)
(Sep 28 2019)
%
(of total Revenues)
III. Quarter
Income
(in millions $)
(Sep 28 2019)
%
(Profit Margin)
Total
1,663.00 100 % -7.00 -

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Growth rates by Segment III. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
%
(Sep 28 2019)
Q/Q Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Y/Y Income
%
(Sep 28 2019)
Q/Q Income
%
Total
-1.66 % -8.73 % - -

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  Seaboard's

Business Segments Description



Pork Division – Seaboard, through its subsidiary Seaboard Foods LLC, engages in the business of hog production and pork processing in the U.S. Through these operations, Seaboard produces and sells fresh and frozen pork products to further processors, foodservice operators, grocery stores, distributors and retail outlets throughout the U.S. Internationally, Seaboard sells to these same types of customers in Japan, Mexico and numerous other foreign markets. Other further processing companies also purchase Seaboard’s fresh and frozen pork products in bulk and produce products, such as lunchmeat, ham, bacon, and sausage. Fresh pork, such as loins, tenderloins and ribs are sold to distributors and grocery stores. Seaboard sells some of its fresh products under the brand name Prairie Fresh®. Seaboard’s hog processing plant is located in Guymon, Oklahoma and generally operates at capacity. Seaboard also has a ham-boning and processing plant in Mexico. Seaboard earns fees, based primarily on the number of head processed, to market substantially all of the products produced by Triumph Foods, LLC (“Triumph”) at its pork processing plant located in St. Joseph, Missouri.

Seaboard’s hog production operations consist of the breeding and raising of over four million hogs annually primarily at facilities owned by Seaboard or at facilities owned and operated by third parties with whom Seaboard has grower contracts. The hog production operations are located in the Central U.S. As a part of the hog production operations, Seaboard produces specially formulated feed for the hogs at five owned feed mills. The remaining hogs processed are purchased from third-party hog producers, primarily pursuant to purchase contracts.

Commodity Trading and Milling Division – Seaboard’s Commodity Trading and Milling Division is an integrated agricultural commodity trading, processing and logistics company. This division markets wheat, corn, soybean meal and other commodities in bulk to third parties and affiliated companies. This division is principally managed under the name of Seaboard Overseas and Trading Group and conducts business primarily through its subsidiaries, Seaboard Overseas Limited with offices in Colombia, Ecuador, Isle of Man, Kenya, Singapore and South Africa, Seaboard Overseas Trading and Shipping (PTY) Ltd. located in South Africa, PS International, LLC located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and its non-consolidated affiliates, ContiLatin del Peru S.A. located in Lima, Peru, Interra International, LLC located in Atlanta, Georgia, Cereoil Uruguay S.A. located in Montevideo, Uruguay, and Plum Grove Pty Ltd located in Fremantle, Australia. This division also operates a grain and specialty crop storage and throughput facility through Fill-More Seeds, Inc. located in Fillmore, Canada, and an ocean transportation brokerage operation through Seaboard Bulk Services, Ltd. located in Athens, Greece. All of the commodities marketed by this division are purchased from growing regions worldwide, with primary destinations being Africa, South America and the Caribbean. This division sources, transports and markets approximately nine million tons of agricultural commodities on an annual basis. Seaboard integrates the service of delivering commodities to its customers through the use of short-term chartered bulk vessels and its three owned bulk carriers.

Marine Division – Seaboard, through its subsidiary, Seaboard Marine Ltd., and various foreign affiliated companies and third party agents, provides cargo shipping services to 26 countries between the U.S., the Caribbean Basin, and Central and South America. Seaboard uses a network of offices and agents throughout the U.S., Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean Basin to book cargo to and from the U.S. and between the countries it serves. Through agreements with a network of connecting carriers, Seaboard can transport cargo to and from numerous U.S. locations by either truck or rail to and from one of its U.S. port locations, where it is staged for export via vessel or received as import cargo from abroad.

Sugar Division – Seaboard, through its subsidiaries, Ingenio y Refineria San Martin del Tabacal S.R.L. and Alconoa S.R.L., as well as other Argentine non-consolidated affiliates, grows sugarcane, which it uses to produce refined sugar and alcohol in Argentina. This division also purchases sugar in bulk from third parties mostly within Argentina for subsequent resale. The sugar products are mostly sold in Argentina, primarily to retailers, soft drink manufacturers, and food manufacturers, with some exports to the U.S. and other South American countries. Seaboard grows a large portion of the sugarcane on the nearly 70,000 acres of land it owns in northern Argentina. The cane is processed at an owned mill, one of the largest in Argentina, with a current processing capacity of approximately 250,000 metric tons of sugar and approximately 15 million gallons of alcohol per year. Also, this division owns a 51 megawatt cogeneration power plant that is fueled by using sugarcane by-products, natural gas and other biomass when available.

Power Division – Seaboard, through its subsidiary, Transcontinental Capital Corp. (Bermuda) Ltd., is an independent power producer generating electricity for the local power grid in the Dominican Republic. Seaboard operates one owned floating power generating facility with capacity to generate approximately 108 megawatts of electricity. The facility is secured on the Ozama River in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. This operation is exempt from U.S. regulations under the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1938, as amended. Seaboard is not directly involved in the transmission or distribution of electricity. Seaboard primarily sells on the spot market accessed primarily by wholly government-owned distribution companies or partially government-owned generation companies. This division also has a 29.9% noncontrolling interest in a 300 megawatt electricity generating facility in the Dominican Republic.

Turkey Segment – Seaboard has a 50% noncontrolling voting interest in Butterball, LLC (“Butterball”). Butterball is a vertically integrated producer, processor and marketer of branded and non-branded turkey and other products. Butterball has four processing plants, three further processing plants and numerous live production and feed milling operations located in North Carolina, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois and Kansas. Butterball produces over one billion pounds of turkey each year. Butterball is a national supplier to retail and foodservice outlets, and also exports products to Mexico and numerous other foreign markets.

Other Businesses – Seaboard processes jalapeño peppers at its plant in Honduras, which are primarily shipped to and sold in the U.S.

   

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