United Grain in Vancouver Resumes Exports
Terminal was closed June 26 after two workers tested positive for COVID-19
On Wednesday, United Grain Corp. reopened the West Coast's largest grain export terminal, which had been closed for four days as the company and health officials moved to contain the coronavirus, reports the Salem Capital-Press.
The terminal was closed the afternoon of June 26 after two workers tested positive for COVID-19. The terminal resumed operations after the facility was sanitized and workers who had been exposed to the two sick employees had been quarantined, company spokeswoman Stephanie McClintock said.
Company employees, along with Longshoremen and state grain inspectors, were tested.