Manual workflow holding you back?

Manual processes are expensive, cumbersome, and have a greater risk of errors. Along the physical commodity supply chain, there are many points of contact handled over the phone with pen and paper.
  • Risk of price slippage due to antiquated workflow
  • Too many manual processes and steps to place a trade
  • Too many phone calls to deliver pricing
  • Increased overhead limiting the number of customer and quality of service


Become your customers' favorite partner through trust, transparency and efficiency

  • Speed: Act fast and manage risk across your organization with CQG's easy-to-use risk management system
  • Flexibility: Set up risk limits in multiple ways
  • Access: Brower based use from anywhere around the world


Easy-to-use Mobile Tools

  • CQG's platforms help producers with visibility of bids and offers from elevators.
  • Place basis trades simply and quickly without having to make a call.


Optimize interactions with Producers: Publish Bids & Offers

  • Provide customers with real-time product information
  • Increase your sales by publishing customized prices and contract sizes through bid/offer screens
    • Bid pricing for producer product
    • Product pricing for fertilizer, herbicides, feed and more
  • RFQ and response tools, internal matching engine, and flexible integrations optimize custom pricing operations.

Central Desk

Total Risk Control and Optimization

Reduce overhead, increase transparency, and run a more efficient hedge desk by using a modern, digital platform across producers, manufacturers, and central desk.

  • Create and quote custom priced products to elevators and producers
  • Streamline risk management process with comprehensive hedging technology
  • Setup and manage producer accounts versus order desk accounts and maintain an aggregate view of risk across all accounts.
  • Automatically or manually match orders internally or route to the exchange


How it works

CQG and partners collaborate to configure solutions to solve particular challenges

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