Where is Sanderson Farms Corporate office Headquarters

Sanderson Farms Headquarters Address and Contact

Sanderson Farms
  • Address: 127 Flynt Road, Laurel, MS 39443, United States
  • Phone Number: 601-649-4030
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees:  15000
  • Established: 1947
  • Founder: D.R. "Bob" Sanderson
  • Key People: Joe F. Sanderson, Jr. (CEO)

Sanderson Farms Headquarters Location & Directions

Sanderson Farms Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Mr. Lampkin Butts

President, COO & Director

Mr. D. Michael Cockrell

CFO, Treasurer & Director

Mr. Timothy F. Rigney

Corporate Secretary, Chief Accounting Officer & Controller

About Sanderson Farms, History and Headquarters Information

Sanderson Farms was founded in the year 1947. The company has been active for almost 72 years now. The founder of the company is D R Bob Sanderson. During the year 1947, the company’s supply business in Laurel sold feed, seed, fertilizer and other farm supplies to the local and surrounding communities as well. In the year 1951, Joe Frank Sr had joined the company. In the year 1955, the company’s first feed mill and hatchery were built. In the year 1958, the company’s first broiler was dressed, which was dressing up to almost 3,600 birds per hour. In the year 1961, the company had collaborated with Miss Goldy. Then in the year 1974, the company Sanderson Farms purchased an existing processing plant in Hammond, Louisiana, USA. As of the year 1986, the sales of the company had reached almost $150 million. The following year, the company was transformed into a limited public entity. During the early 1990s, more than 95 per cent of all chicken products sold by Sanderson Farms were considered value-added products as well. The headquarters of the company is based on 127 Flynt Road. The name of the place is Laurel, while the name of the state is Mississippi, USA. The pin code is 39443.

Sanderson Farms is an American company that focuses on providing various types of poultry products, sold to its customers all around the USA. The current CEO and chairman of the company are Joe F Sanderson Jr. As of the current period, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $2.7 billion. The current number of employees working in the company is more than 14,000. The company provides more than 9.3 million chicken ever week. The company is also included in the Fortune 1000 companies too.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of poultry products, that are produced, distributed and sold by the company itself. The company is one of four companies which largely control the poultry farming industry in the USA.

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  • distressed employee says:

    i am a employee at a Texas location. I won’t say who i am because my job has been threatened multiple times. And am really getting tired of getting cussed out and threatened at the same time as being told i am doing a good job at my job. Multiple other employees that have been there since day one ate in the same position i am and they been there for nearly 6 years. The plant puts on a front while you are there then goes back to the way it was the second you look away. Please this is not what is supposed to be happening. It might not help me as i fear even without any kind of paperwork or write up in the last year in this is still happening ill probably git terminated and end up in prison before it gets better but maybe it’ll help the next person to have you investigate this in Palestine.. PLEASE HELP YOUR EMPLOYEES…….

     
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  • Work hard for no benefit says:

    I work at the processing plant in Bryan Texas and my supervisor is Erin Walton. This woman is extremely rude and disrespectful to all of her employees but many grievances have been filed and nothing is being done to fix this problem. Nobody is a team player in that plant and it’s sad that HR and the union is against the workers. Nobody on our side to help us. We lose our jobs if we try to get anything done. The
    Media is gonna get plenty to talk about very soon.

     
  • Guest says:

    I was a worker at Sanderson in Moultrie and hr is real disrespectful to black people they don’t give u chance to talk and when u go up to ask a ? They have attitude one of the lady’s had a attitude because her lights got cut off at home she rush me out the office and said go don’t come back until I call u I got fired for no reason at all

     
  • steve matala says:

    I am a former business owner retired and now I drive a semi for a friend. And what I see hear at this plant in Collins is a disgrace to business decorum. Half the staff either does not know who the night supervisor is or they play stupid real well when asked. I waited up to 49 hours on occasion to get a load with an appointment. I have been here now 19 hours with an appointment; and I have finally talked to the elusive supervisor he says it will be another 5/6 hours possible. Please explain to me how this is cost efficient, to have trucks sitting, personal sitting doing what I won’t mention what I found on my walk through of the ENTIRE building. Half of the product is still at another plant does not anyone in this company know how sales orders are to be processed and sent out to other departments so trucks do not sit. Somewhere in the product process chain there is a breakdown—as it should match the sales chain or come close. When employees are watching TV, go and sit in their pov’s to sleep, in the break room this cost money, and its not retraining its starts at the top. When is the last time a manager or DAYTIME board of director came to a plant at night to walk the operation. A business only works as well as its leaders who care.

     
  • cant disclose in fear of retaliation from some staff members. says:

    i am a worker at sanderson farms and i have an important complaint

     
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