Everything Agriculture (Ever.Ag), provider of software and services for supply chaings, announced the acquisition of Roger, an industry leader in bulk agriculture commodity trucking technology and logistics. The acquisition expands Ever.Ag's unique portfolio of software, risk management resources, and market intelligence offerings.

Roger was the creation of a group of agriculture industry companies, including: The Andersons Inc., Cargill, Consolidated Grain and Barge, Koch Fertilizer, The Scoular Company, and Bushel. They shared a vision of a neutral logistics platform that would digitize and streamline bulk ag hauling. Over the past year, the charter member companies recognized the future path to greater success for Roger would be dependent on advanced technical and analytical capabilities. All charter member companies are fully committed to utilizing and expanding Roger solutions across their businesses long term and will remain as members of the Roger shipper advisory board.

"Joining Ever.Ag and their innovative AgTech solutions and services allows Roger to expand our offerings, helping customers to remove inefficiencies and solve real business challenges. Roger will become a more valuable resource for the entire agriculture industry," said Jeff Schreiner, CEO of Roger. "The key to Roger's success is being able to provide better data-driven insights that allow customers to make more informed and profitable decisions for their business."

With Roger's up-to-date and reliable hauling information, clients can optimize logistics throughout the bulk agricultural trucking sector. With a focus on transparency and traceability, Ever.Ag will leverage the Roger platform to manage bulk movements across all commodities.

"Roger provides a robust solution for bulk ag trucking and logistics that is traceable, efficient, and reliable. Combining Roger with Ever.Ag's data analytics tools will provide customers with the near-real-time logistics information they need to make better business decisions." Scott Sexton, CEO, Ever.Ag