Targeted Grain Management (TGM) is in the business of helping growers and others in the grain supply chain preserve and condition bulk grain by means of aeration. This is accomplished by means of The TGM System — a platform that monitors and controls. This is a distributed platform that has equipment placed at grain storages (commonly known as bin sites). It interfaces with aeration fans supplied by others.
Each site has connectivity to the TGM private network to maintain security and preserve privacy. This network can deliver ground based weather data that exceeds what is otherwise available.
The increased yield and purity (freedom from mold and insect contamination) come about from proprietary methods, precision instrumentation and by making traceability easier. Another benefit is TGM is able to certify the storage history from harvest to use for qualified operations.
The role of TGM has many implications due to the importance of grain for human nutrition including food safeness, food security and food protection and defense under the umbrella of food safety.
TGM is a closely held Corporation. There is no publicly traded stock available.
Targeted Grain Management, Inc. (TGM) is a Nevada C corporation, FEIN 20-0997475 formed March 30, 2004 that is also qualified to do business in California.
The Company was domiciled in Nevada as SentryTGM, Inc. on March 30, 2004; the name was amended to Cerys Systems, Inc. on August 1, 2005; the name was amended to Targeted Grain Management, Inc. on July 24, 2006.
In 2001 SentryTGM, LLC acquired the assets of Sentry Technologies, Inc. and continued the Sentry PAC business.
TGM acquired the assets of Hygrometrix, Inc. on December 15, 2007 including all rights regarding a unique MEMS relative water vapor pressure sensor.
TGM acquired the assets of SentryTGM, LLC on December 31, 2009.