Grain/Food Products

MAC buys and exports corn, sorghum, soybeans, rice, beef, pork, coffee beans, confectionery, snacks and other foodstuffs from the American Continent for the Chinese, Japanese, Asian and other world markets. We engage in commodities trading through the Inter Continental Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade to assist Marubeni Corporation in conducting commodity trading with suppliers in North and South America.

We have also worked to expand our business, especially in corn and soybeans, by securing our supply base. We have a strategic alliance with major grain suppliers, Andre Maggi Group (AMAGGI), and Molino Canuelas.

Similarly, we have helped to ensure a safe and stable supply system for meat, rice, coffee beans and protein powder by reinforcing strong links with U.S. and Central and South American suppliers and keen to increase business volume such as Organic and Non-GMO ingredients to the Asian marketplace in order to correspond health & wellness consumers trend.

In the meanwhile we are also looking for the investment opportunity of food sector in the North, Central and South America area.

MAC's affiliate, Columbia Grain, Inc. (CGI), has 49.7 million bushels of storage capacity and exports nearly 190 million bushels of wheat, barley, corn, soybeans and pulses through two state-of-the-art grain elevators at Terminal 5 in Portland, Oregon and Kalama Export Terminal in Kalama, Washington, which are owned by MAC's another affiliate Pacificor. We ship almost 40% of grain exported from the United States Pacific North West ports. In anticipation of irregular market conditions across the globe, we are looking to new areas for supplies of grain, including South America.

Similarly, North Pacific Seafoods ,Inc(NPSI) and Eastern Fish Company(EFC) as MAC's affiliate, has a strong position of US seafood business. NPSI is designed to produce frozen, fresh Alaskan Salmon and seafood that is suited the quality and product specification of US and international market. EFC is one of the largest importer and distributor of shrimp. EFC imports and provides 80 million pounds of shrimp, scallops, crab and lobster to the US wholesaler and retailer.

SUBSIDIARIES AND AFFILIATES:

Columbia Grain, Inc.

Grain merchandising

Gavilon Agriculture Investment, Inc.

Agriculture commodities management

Eastern Fish Company

Distribution of seafood products

North Pacific Seafoods, Inc.

Processing of Alaska seafood