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Granite Falls Energy, LLC is engaged in the production and sale of ethanol and its co-products, including wet, modified wet and dried distiller's grains, corn oil and corn syrup, locally, and throughout the continental United States. The Company's principal products include fuel-grade ethanol, distiller's grains, and non-edible corn oil. Its ethanol production operations are carried out at its ethanol plant located in Granite Falls, Minnesota and at the ethanol plant operated by Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC (HLBE) located near Heron Lake, Minnesota. The principal purchasers of ethanol are generally wholesale gasoline distributors or blenders. The Company sells distiller's grains as animal feed for beef and dairy cattle, poultry and hogs. It sells corn oil to diesel manufacturers, feed lot and poultry markets. Project Viking, L.L.C. and Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC are its subsidiaries.

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Rivian Automotive stock soars in trading debut, in the largest IPO of the year

9:12 pm ET November 10, 2021 (MarketWatch)

By Claudia Assis

Rivian priced its IPO late Tuesday at $78, and the stock's first trade was at $106.75

Rivian Automotive Inc. went public with a bang on Wednesday, in the largest initial public offering of the year and the seventh largest U.S. IPO by offer size in nearly 30 years.

Rivian priced its initial public offering late Tuesday at $78, well above its expected range of between $72 and $74 a share, up from an earlier range of $57 to $62 a share. Rivian also increased the size of the offering to 153 million shares, from 135 million. The company raised $11.9 billion.

See also:5 things to know about Rivian

The stock's first trade was at $106.75 at 1 p.m. Eastern for 10.3 million shares, or 36.9% above the IPO price. Shares ended 29% higher at $100.73 after trading as high as $119.46. The stock held to gains in the extended session, up nearly 6%.

Rivian, which has big backers such as Inc. (AMZN), Ford Motor Co. (F), and T. Rowe Price (TROW) funds, is hoping to carve a niche for itself offering all-electric pickup trucks and SUVs, the type of vehicles U.S. residents have favored for decades.

Related: More electric pickup trucks are coming to market. Who will buy them?

The auto maker started selling a limited number of its R1T, a two-row, five-seat pickup truck, in September. It plans to launch an SUV, the R1S, in December. Wider sales of the truck and the SUV are expected to begin in December and January. Rivian markets its vehicles as "electric adventure vehicles" with prices starting at low $70,000s.

Rivian also plans to make electric delivery vans for Amazon and have its own charging network.

One of the biggest obstacles for Rivian to overcome is the price of its vehicles, said Jessica Caldwell, an analyst with Edmunds. On a recent test, the electric pickup truck mostly performed as claimed, she said.

It also has the advantage of being first to the market, with Ford planning to launch the electric version of its iconic F-150 next year and the Tesla Inc. (TSLA) Cybertruck entering production next year and hit volume production by 2023.

But "the long-term volume expectations for a $70,000+ midsize truck aren't very high," Caldwell said.

It will be challenging for Rivian to compete with the bigger, cheaper Ford F-150 Lightning when it becomes available, and the competition will grow fiercer as General Motors Co. (GM) is also expected to unveil its all-electric Silverado at CES next year, she said.

-Claudia Assis


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