The farmer in the delta relies on CGB Enterprises. Located in Louisiana, near the shores of Lake Pontchartrain and the mouth of the Mississippi River, the agricultural company provides US farmers with a range of services, including grain handling, storage, and merchandising. It offers inland grain transportation by barge, rail, and truck and also markets and sells seeds, agricultural chemicals, and insurance. CGB's Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Co. (CTLC) subsidiary provides transportation, logistics, and bulk commodity services for both agricultural and non-agricultural customers. The company operates more than 95 locations across the US. Japanese trading conglomerates ITOCHU and ZEN-NOH own CGB.