Cargill plans its third canola crushing plant on the Prairies. Regina is poised to become the new hot spot for Canada's canola crush sector. 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.
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Nov 03, 2016 JAKARTA, Indonesia, November 3, 2016 — Cargill’s new palm kernel crushing plant at its PT.Hindoli oil palm plantation in South Sumatra, Indonesia, has been certified by the Roundtable of Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), reinforcing Cargill’s pledge of providing sustainable palm oil.
Nov 03, 2016 JAKARTA, Indonesia, November 3, 2016 — Cargill’s new palm kernel crushing plant at its PT. Hindoli oil palm plantation in South Sumatra, Indonesia, has been certified by the Roundtable of Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), reinforcing Cargill’s pledge of providing sustainable palm oil. The kernel crushing plant is fully renewable-energy powered by a new biomass plant which also supplies electricity to employee housing units in the area The kernel crushing plant.
Mar 09, 1995 Cargill is also in the process of finalizing a deal with the rail companies to guarantee rail access. The crushing plant will turn the canola seed into oil for transport to a refinery and canola.
Apr 22, 2021 Cargill announced today that it plans to break ground on a $350 million facility in the city early next year. The plant will be similar in design to the company’s existing plant in Camrose, Alta.
May 25, 2021 Cargill unveiled plans to break ground soon on a new $350 million canola processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, that is projected to have an annual production capacity of 1 million tonnes. Viterra also is planning to build a canola crush facility in Regina with a targeted crush capacity of 2.5 million tonnes annually.
The plant will be built three km north of Clavet in the Rural Municipality of Blucher, east of Saskatoon. It will be Cargill's first canola crushing plant in North America and the largest facility of its kind in Canada. The plant will run 24 hours a day and will have the capacity to crush 2,000 tonnes of canola daily.
May 10, 2021 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.
May 10, 2021 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.
May 27, 2021 It follows recent announcements that both Cargill and Viterra plan to build canola crushing facilities of their own in Regina, the Viterra plant set to be the largest in the world.
May 28, 2021 Higher prices of soymeal and oil are enticing crushers to process volumes, and Cargill is also investing US$475m in its US soy crushing operations to meet domestic demand, with an emphasis on Midwest facilities. The group said in March this year that the modernization and expansion work covers its network of crush facilities in seven states.