Priorities. Patience. Perseverance.

How we'll move forward.

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Building Communities By Investing In People

A Member-Owned, Customer-Driven, Employee-Focused Cooperative.

Celebrating the Cooperative Spirit

From the youngest child to our most senior neighbor, Co-Alliance seeks to make a positive impact on every member of the communities we serve.

Our owners and employees live here, and our cooperative spirit runs deep and true. 
 

Community Involvement

Preparing to Respond

Grain entrapment and engulfment can turn into tragedy for anyone working around grain storage facilities, such as bins and elevators when proper safety guidelines are not followed. When an accident occurs, it takes quick action makes all the difference. Co-Alliance conducts about 12 training sessions per year with community fire departments to prepare for these instances. Utilizing a grain engulfment simulator, first responders from the fire departments can practice using a rescue tube to free the victim. We hope that instances of engulfment and entrapment never occur and stress to those working with grain storage to enter a bin only when necessary and comply with all safety guidelines and rules.

Cash Bids / Futures

Local Weather

Radar

Events

Propane Summer Fill prices

June 01, 2020

Hendricks County Summer Fun Run - North Salem

July 15, 2020

Budget Program payment due

July 25, 2020

Propane & Diesel Delivered to You

Reliable

Capable

Flexible

Find Your Fit as a Co-Alliance Employee

Why Work Here

We’re a service-oriented company owned and operated by people who live in the community, and we have a vested interest in supporting those we serve.  

Internships

We use our internship programs to evaluate potential employees and develop a talent pool in an increasingly competitive job market.

Job Openings

Learn about all the career opportunities available at Co-Alliance.  

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