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Re: Those Colorful Coloradoans

August 7th, 2017, 10:27 am

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Maybe the bear was looking for a Durango 95
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Re: Those Colorful Coloradoans

March 23rd, 2018, 2:54 pm

McDonald Pelz is a leading agricultural commodities brokerage firm. They have an office in Boulder (top right). I don't get well why they have an office there. I am not saying that Boulder is not a nice place, with beautiful landscape and great playgrounds for outdoor sports lovers. The History page of McDonald Pelz website doesn't help much. Are there any (e.g. tax) benefits in CO for such company? Any suggestion welcome!  Merci!
 
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Re: Those Colorful Coloradoans

March 23rd, 2018, 3:04 pm

maybe they're using NCAR (national center for atmospheric research) ?
 
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Re: Those Colorful Coloradoans

March 24th, 2018, 3:26 pm

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McDonald Pelz is a leading agricultural commodities brokerage firm. They have an office in Boulder (top right). I don't get well why they have an office there. I am not saying that Boulder is not a nice place, with beautiful landscape and great playgrounds for outdoor sports lovers. The History page of McDonald Pelz website doesn't help much. Are there any (e.g. tax) benefits in CO for such company? Any suggestion welcome!  Merci!
Boulder has a huge concentration of software start-ups and a very high percentage of the population with advanced degrees. There's also some agriculture and a number of natural food companies in the area but I'd suspect that local technology labor supply more so than local customer base is the reason they have an office in Boulder.
 
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Re: Those Colorful Coloradoans

March 24th, 2018, 3:42 pm

there seem to be some ethanol plants in CO
 
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Re: Those Colorful Coloradoans

March 24th, 2018, 4:20 pm

Thanks for the hints, messieurs. Also, Genscape visited us yesterday. They use satelite imagery, drones, thermal cameras (etc...) to spy oil tanks (nature of the product in the tank, % filled), refinery activity (units up and down), tankers/cargoes (tracking). The lady mentioned they have an office in Boulder. This gives T4A's local technology labor supply some weight.
 
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