THE LANSING GROUP
COST PER BUSHEL:
Macon worked with Lansing’s project manager while he was at Gavilon, and when he took a new job with Lansing, he called on Macon to provide pricing on a hoop structure at the Grayridge, Mo facility. Lansing already had a big temp pile, and did not want the risk associated with putting in another one, but also did not have the budget for steel or concrete bins. A hoop building was the sweet spot that worked for everyone: merchandising, operations, and the board. A win/win/win solution that proved to be a big success!