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P & H plans new terminal

P & H said the new Yorkton facility is under construction and is expected to receive grain starting next June. | Screencap via parrishandheimbecker.com

Canadian grain-handling company Parrish & Heimbecker plans to build a new grain terminal at Yorkton, Sask.

In a June 30 news release, P & H said the facility is under construction and is expected to receive grain starting next June.

The new facility will replace the existing P & H elevator in Yorkton, which has been in operation since 1980.

The new structure will include 25,000 tonnes of grain storage and a 150-car looped tail track for continuous grain loading.

The facility will be serviced by Canadian National Railway and will complement the existing P & H 6,000-tonne fertilizer shed and 7,800 sq. foot chemical shed.

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