Perdue AgriBusiness building new Seaford office
November 16, 2010
by Meat&Poultry Staff
SALISBURY, Md. – Perdue AgriBusiness, a business unit of Perdue Incorporated, intends to build a new office in Seaford, Del., to support the division's continuing growth. The move does not affect Perdue's headquarters in Salisbury, which is currently undergoing a $12.8 million renovation.
The new office building, at an undetermined site, will replace a 40-year-old facility at the Perdue AgriBusiness complex on Zion Church Road in Salisbury. The new, expanded office space will support the company's growth in grain, feeds, rendering, fertilizer and bioenergy.
Approximately 150 current and future executive and support positions will be housed at the new Seaford location. All other Perdue AgriBusiness operations will continue in their current locations, including the grain operations at Zion Church Road in Salisbury.
The Seaford location is centrally located to the Perdue AgriBusiness Delmarva operations and will provide additional space and flexibility not available at the current location.