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.
We are excited to see the construction at our new Yorkton site. To complement our existing fertilizer and chemical shed, our new grain elevator is expected to be completed and receiving grain in June 2022. Learn more here –> https://t.co/uTHeiWK3gh pic.twitter.com/bkoshjcJ0Z
— Parrish & Heimbecker, Limited (@ParrishHeimbeck) June 30, 2021
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.