We are all excited about the year to come. You will note that the transformation has begun with Central MN Renewables completing the acquisition of Central MN Ethanol Coop assets on December 23, 2014. Over the coming weeks and months the website will be undergoing changes to educate visitors on the exciting future of the renewables chemical industry and the role of Central MN Renewables. Most importantly for our corn suppliers you will see no changes in 2015 as we continue to buy corn from you our loyal suppliers. To learn more about the transformation over the coming months and years visit our site often and review the useful links provided. Feel free to call us anytime at (320) 632-1614 or (800) 711-2676. Several educational links have been included as we undergo construction of our new look. Specifically please take a look at: Who is CMR? Dana Persson, General Manager & Joel Stone, President Central MN Renewables LLC
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