Canadian Firm G3 to Construct 2 New Grain Elevators

The company’s new facilities in Alberta and Saskatchewan will have a combined capacity of 84,000 tn.

Powder Bulk Solids Staff

September 30, 2021

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Canadian grain company G3 announced Monday that work will start this year on two new grain elevators in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Once operational, each facility will have a capacity of 42,000 mt.

The new elevators will be constructed in Melfort, SK and Rycroft, AB along a CN Rail line. Both sites will include a loop track that can quickly load a 150-car train and capabilities to unload a Super-B truck in under five minutes.

“We are excited to extend our network of high efficiency facilities to the farming communities around Rycroft and Melfort,” Don Chapman, CEO of G3, said in a company release. “G3 is keeping grain moving to market, and that means more delivery opportunities for our farmer customers, and faster service which saves farmers time and money.”

G3 operates 17 grain elevators in Western Canada.

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