July 24, 2014 | The Daily News

Temco Grain Terminal Expansion on Track For Fall Completion

Aims to modernize a 1960s-era facility and double its capacity

A $50 million expansion of a Port of Kalama grain terminal is running behind schedule, but owners say the project should be completed in time to load crops from the fall harvest.

Temco’s terminal at the south end of the port property went offline about six months ago to accommodate the expansion, which aims to modernize a 1960s-era facility and double its capacity, the company’s General Manager Paul Butters said, adding that the expansion will add about 60 jobs to the local economy.

“Earlier is always better,” Butters said of the project’s completion. “But we’re optimistic that we’ll be able to handle a portion of the (2014) wheat harvest, and be able to handle the soybean harvest this fall.” To read more click here.

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