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Viterra acquires Gavilon Grain’s assets

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Viterra USA LLC has acquired the grain handling assets of Gavilon Grain LLC’s Grand Forks, North Dakota location. The transaction has received all necessary approvals and closed.

“We’re pleased to add this facility to our asset network, and to continue building our presence in the US,” said Kyle Jeworski, Viterra’s President and CEO for North America. “We’re looking forward to working closely with local customers to provide them with superior service, including access to global markets, the expertise of our staff, flexible contracting options, and a wide variety of online tools that are available exclusively to Viterra customers across our asset network.”

The facility has a storage capacity of approximately 140 000 metric t. It has the ability to load up to 110 railcars serviced by BNSF Railway, and is equipped with two truck receiving pits and a grain dryer.

In addition to this facility, Viterra’s presence in North Dakota includes special crops facilities in Ray and Minot, as well as a joint venture terminal at Northgate.

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