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Cargill, Viterra plan grain-by-rail expansions in Canada

Cargill in Morris, Manitoba

Cargill’s Morris, Manitoba, project will increase rail-car handling capacity from 54 to 100 cars and expand grain storage from 10,000 to 30,000 metric tons. Viterra will upgrade its Pacific Terminal at Port Metro Vancouver in BC.

Within the next month, Cargill Ltd. expects to begin expanding its farm service center in Morris, Manitoba, including increases to both rail capacity and grain storage.

Meanwhile, Viterra Inc. announced plans to upgrade and improve its Pacific Terminal at Port Metro Vancouver. The $100 million project is aimed at modernizing the terminal to increase shipping throughput and capacity, and improve handling and processing procedures.

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