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Cargill unveils plans for new canola processing facility

2021-4-22  April 22, 2021 (REGINA, SASKATECHWAN) Cargill today announced plans to break ground on a new canola processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, to support the growing global demand for canola products.The company expects to begin construction on the $350 million project, which will have a similar design to Cargill’s existing Camrose facility, early next year with plans to be

Cargill to build $200 million oil crushing plant in Russia

2013-9-19  CHICAGO (Reuters) Agribusiness Cargill Inc said on Thursday it plans to open a $200 million sunflower oil crushing plant in southern Russia in time for the 2015 harvest. The "state-of-the-art" crushing facility is under construction in the town of Novoanninskiy in the Volgograd region, Cargill said. It will process up to 640,000 tons of sunflower seeds per year, according to the company.

Cargill keeps close eye on assets in Russia and Ukraine

In Volgograd, southern Russia, Cargill has broken ground on a $200m sunflower oil crushing plant. Its trading business owns a riverside grain terminal in Rostov-on-Don and a minority stake in a

Cargill to crush canola at Regina AGCanada AGCanada

2021-4-22  Excerpt from a digital rendition of Cargill's proposed $350 million canola crushing plant proposed for the Regina area. (Image courtesy Cargill) The Canadian arm of agrifood giant Cargill plans to further expand its reach in the Prairie canola market

Cargill picks spot for Regina crusher The Western Producer

2021-8-26  Cargill picks spot for Regina crusher. Cargill has announced its new canola crushing plant will be built at the Global Transportation Hub west of Regina. Jeff Vassart, president of Cargill Canada

Cargill to build $200 million oil crushing plant in Russia

2013-9-19  Agribusiness Cargill Inc <CARG.UL> said on Thursday it plans to open a $200 million sunflower oil crushing plant in southern Russia in time for the 2015 harvest.

History of Soy Oil Margarine Page 1

In 1942 Cargill first entered the soybean crushing business with the acquisition of expeller plants in Springfield, Illinois, and Cedar s (east), Iowa. In 1943 Cargill acquired Plymouth Processing Company's soybean processing plant, feed mill, and grain elevator at Ft. Dodge, Iowa, to give the company a soybean meal capacity of about 280

Cargill plant takes shape Sidney Daily News

2021-11-10  Cargill plant takes shape. Several cranes work to construct a massive Cargill soybean crushing plant on Industrial Drive on Tuesday, Nov. 9. The process called “crushing” is used to create

Canola crusher planned for southern Sask. The Western

2021-5-25  Earlier this year, Richardson announced plans to double crushing capacity at its plant in Yorkton, Sask., to 2.2 million tonnes annually. A few weeks later, Cargill announced plans to build a

Cargill to build $200 million oil crushing plant in Russia

2013-9-19  CHICAGO (Reuters) Agribusiness Cargill Inc said on Thursday it plans to open a $200 million sunflower oil crushing plant in southern Russia in time for the 2015 harvest. The "state-of-the-art" crushing facility is under construction in the town of Novoanninskiy in the Volgograd region, Cargill said. It will process up to 640,000 tons of sunflower seeds per year, according to the company.

Cargill plans its third canola crushing plant on the

2021-4-29  Cargill and Viterra have both announced plans to build large facilities in the city that will be operational by 2024. Cargill intends to break ground on its $350 million plant early next year.

Cargill unveils plans for new canola processing facility

2021-4-22  April 22, 2021 (REGINA, SASKATECHWAN) Cargill today announced plans to break ground on a new canola processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, to support the growing global demand for canola products.The company expects to begin construction on the $350 million project, which will have a similar design to Cargill’s existing Camrose facility, early next year with plans to be

Case M.8199 BUNGE / EUROPEAN OILSEED

2019-8-24  crushing facilities are able to process several types of oilseeds and switch production depending on the spot price of the input oilseed (e.g. soybean or rapeseed) and the price for the output (e.g. the soybean meal and oil). The Target Business' plants are such so-called 'swing plants', capable of switching between

Cargill invests $350M for new canola processing facility

2021-4-28  Cargill is investing $350 million to construct a new canola processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, according to a press release. The facility, projected to have an

Third canola crush plant announced for Saskatchewan

2021-5-26  Saskatchewan is getting another canola crush plant, the third such plant announced for the province this spring. This time, Ceres Global Ag Corp. has announced it will build a $350-million facility in Northgate, about 275 kilometres south of Regina, near the U.S. border. According to a Ceres news release, the facility will have the capacity to process 1.1 million tonnes of canola each year and

Cargill builds $200 million sunflower plant in Russia

2013-9-20  Cargill Inc. said Thursday that it has begun building a $200 million-plus sunflower oil crushing plant in southern Russia, the agribusiness giant’s latest addition to its already sizable

Cargill Strike Threat Rises at Canada Plant as Workers

2021-11-26  The union representing workers at Cargill’s plant in High River, Alberta voted on and rejected a contract offer by a 98% margin, the United Food and

$350 million soybean plant planned at Spiritwood, ND

2021-5-10  The former Cargill Malting Plant at Spiritwood will be utilized as part of a $350 million project by Archer Daniel Midlands to construct a soybean crushing plant. John M. Steiner / The Sun

Cargill Expanding Soy Operations Feed & Grain News

Cargill is investing significantly in its U.S. soy processing operations, with modernization and expansion projects across its network of crush facilities in seven states. Once completed, the company estimates the $475 million in investments will improve operational efficiencies, while also increasing capacity — by 10% in one location and

Spiritwood soybean plant will send oil to Dickinson

2021-8-22  JAMESTOWN, N.D. — The planned soybean crushing plant at Spiritwood, North Dakota, will be operated as a joint venture with the goal of producing renewable diesel fuel. ADM, which has been the

Case M.8199 BUNGE / EUROPEAN OILSEED

2019-8-24  crushing facilities are able to process several types of oilseeds and switch production depending on the spot price of the input oilseed (e.g. soybean or rapeseed) and the price for the output (e.g. the soybean meal and oil). The Target Business' plants are such so-called 'swing plants', capable of switching between

Cargill to Invest $200 Million in Russian Sunflower Oil

20 Sep 2013 --- Cargill has begun construction of a new sunflower oil crush plant in the town of Novoanninskiy in the Volgograd region of southern Russia. The company will invest in excess of US $200 million in the facility, which will process up to 640,000

Third canola crush plant announced for Saskatchewan

2021-5-26  Saskatchewan is getting another canola crush plant, the third such plant announced for the province this spring. This time, Ceres Global Ag Corp. has announced it will build a $350-million facility in Northgate, about 275 kilometres south of Regina, near the U.S. border. According to a Ceres news release, the facility will have the capacity to process 1.1 million tonnes of canola each year and

$350 million soybean plant planned at Spiritwood, ND

2021-5-10  The former Cargill Malting Plant at Spiritwood will be utilized as part of a $350 million project by Archer Daniel Midlands to construct a soybean crushing plant.

Viterra announces intent to build world class canola crush

2021-4-26  Viterra is pleased to announce its intent to build a world class canola crushing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan. The company is in the feasibility stage to finalise the plant’s capabilities and design, with an initial targeted annual crush capacity of 2.5 million metric tonnes, which would make it the world’s largest integrated canola crush facility.

Agribusiness Bunge

2021-12-4  As a leading canola processor in Canada, Bunge’s canola crushing facilities are important assets in our winning global footprint. Bunge operates five canola crushing plants in Canada, with a combined crush capacity of 7,080 metric tons per day.

Locations Cargill China

2 天前  Cargill Animal Nutrition (Shaanxi) Co., Ltd. No.7 East ShenNOng Rd. Yangling zone Xianyang, Shaanxi, China 712100 029-65666599 Cargill Animal Nutrition (Chengdu) Co., Ltd. No. 351 Shilidian street Chenghua Rd. Chengdu, Sichuan, China 610000 028-84204560 Cargill Taiwan Corporation Taichung Plant No. 60 Lane 245 Shatian Rd. Sec.3, Dadu

Cargill Expanding Soy Operations Feed & Grain News

Cargill is investing significantly in its U.S. soy processing operations, with modernization and expansion projects across its network of crush facilities in seven states. Once completed, the company estimates the $475 million in investments will improve operational efficiencies, while also increasing capacity — by 10% in one location and

Cargill invests $225m in soybean crush and refined oils

2019-10-17  The expansion of the plant will provide Cargill’s adjacent refined oils facility with a larger, direct supply of crude soybean oil. When the expansion is complete in 2022, Cargill expects to add