Canada. Viterra plans new grain terminal in Saskatchewan

20.09.2016

Viterra recently announced plans to build a new grain terminal in Wadena, Saskatchewan.

The new terminal is expected to have a 34,000 metric tonne storage capacity and the ability to load up to 156 railcars through a loop track.

"We've worked closely with farmers in Wadena and surrounding areas for many years, and we're excited to be renewing our commitment to them through a new, world class grain facility that will meet their needs in today's competitive operating environment," said Kyle Jeworski, Viterra's President and CEO for North America, in a release. "By revitalizing our presence there, we will provide customers with convenient access to the superior service, marketing opportunities and advice that makes us an industry leader."



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