Ondrejicka Elevators Limited is a privately-owned grain elevator located in the Municipality of South Huron. It is located 12 miles from the shores of Lake Huron in the middle of some of the richest and most productive land in Canada.
Ondrejicka Elevators can trace its roots back to 1981, when Joe Ondrejicka, and his son Mike, built an in-bin dryer. By 1983, the elevator had started offering custom drying. In 1988, they incorporated as Ondrejicka Elevators Limited. The facility has steadily expanded over the last 30 years and today has 3.5 million bushels of storage and 35,000 bu/hour receiving capabilities. Commodities handled include corn, soybeans and wheat. IP soybeans are also contracted with producers and processed for export to countries around the globe.
In March 2015, Ondrejicka Elevators purchased Paul Toohey & Sons Inc, another family-owned elevator near Lucan, Ontario.
Today Ondrejicka Elevators is owned and managed by Mike Ondrejicka. The Office Manager/Grain Trader is Jackie Dietrich, Facilities Manager is Dave Govers, IP Plant Manager is Bill Rundle, Probe Room Manager is Beca Thomson and Toohey location Branch Manager is John Geudens. An additional 15 full and part-time employees are employed in various roles throughout the facility.