G3 expansion continues in eastern corridors

One of Canada’s fastest growing grain companies has added another piece to its national network of elevators and export terminals. G3 Canada officially opened a new export terminal at the Port of Hamilton in southern Ontario this week. The 50,000 tonne facility will consist of steel storage bins and primarily handle grain and oilseed crops […] Read more


Construction to start in March on G3 west coast terminal

Canadian grain companies continue to pour money into new or expanded export terminals at the Port of Vancouver. G3 Global Holdings, the parent company of G3 Canada Ltd., announced today  that it will go ahead with plans to build a state-of-the-art grain export terminal in North Vancouver. Construction of G3 Terminal Vancouver will begin in […] Read more


VIDEO: G3 expansion driven by speed

Automated and integrated systems enable elevators to unload thousands of tonnes of grain with as few as 10 workers

GLENLEA, Man. — All of a sudden, new concrete and steel giants seem to spring up from the soil to suck in and spit out farmers’ crops. Announcements of new elevator projects have come quickly during the past few years, but it’s inside the massive structures that lightning-fast speed is most evident to the farmers […] Read more



Grain company investments continue

G3 Canada plans to officially open the doors to another high efficiency elevator next week. G3’s new facility at Glenlea, Man., will host a grand opening on Oct. 5. The facility features 34,000 tonnes of storage, cleaning facilities and a 134-car loop track. The elevator is located about a kilometre south of Glenlea off Highway […] Read more


Permit approved for West Coast terminal project

G3 Canada Ltd. has cleared a major hurdle in its efforts to build a new grain export terminal in North Vancouver. The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority announced June 3 that it has issued a project permit for G3 Terminal Vancouver. The proposed terminal is a joint venture partnership between G3 Global Holdings and Western Stevedoring […] Read more