Little Sioux Corn Processors Teaming Up With Bowdish Company

Little Sioux Corn Processors has contracted with the N Bowdish Company to provide asset management services for its facility in Marcus.

Nick Bowdish is President and CEO of the N Bowdish Company, and he will lead the business in Marcus starting July 1st. LSCP joins a growing list of companies under Bowdish’s leadership, which include Elite Octane based in Atlantic. Bowdish says he looks forward to working with current LSCP staff and the Board of Directors to capitalize on the opportunities ahead.

Bowdish is taking over for the retiring Steve Roe, who’s been the President/CEO of LSCP since 2004. Little Sioux Corn Processors is an ethanol production company owned by more than 700 local investors in Marcus. They produce approximately 165 million gallons of ethanol per year.

The N Bowdish company provides project development and management services to the ethanol and soybean crush industries. Nick Bowdish is also a board member of the Platinum Crush group that is in charge of the Buena Vista County soybean crushing plant that’s under construction.