June 12, 2015

12/06/2015: More from the Soyatech Newsroom

Chinese freighter loading grain at a Vancouver terminal.
(Image: Roy Luck)
Global Grain Group secures site for first Vancouver grain terminal in fifty years
G3 has acquired a site to build a new US$400 million grain terminal at Port Metro, Vancouver – the port’s first new terminal in 50 years.

CHS acquires second ethanol fuel plant
Farmer-owned co-op, CHS, has acquired an ethanol fuel plant in Annawan, Illinois from Patriot Holdings, LLC, making this its second ethanol plant acquisition.

Ukraine needs US$2.7 billion of investments for grain storage and logistics systems
Ukraine needs US$2.7 billion in investments into its grain infrastructure, according to the World Bank Group; returns on investment are estimated to be more than 20 percent.

Frost damage in Manitoba wipes out canola fields
Frost has created widespread damage to Manitoba’s canola fields prompting farmers to file 700 insurance claims in one day – double the claims for the whole year to date.

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