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G3 Canada acquires √Čl√©vateurs Beauchemin

Acquisition enhances grain storage, drying and marketing services for Quebec's producers.

G3 élévateurs Beauchemin Saint Denis Sur Richelieu
G3 Canada

G3 Canada, a key operator of grain terminals in Trois-Rivi√®res and Qu√©bec City, has expanded its footprint in the Mont√©r√©gie region with the acquisition of √Čl√©vateurs Beauchemin in Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu. This move enhances G3's capabilities in grain drying, storage, and marketing, providing more direct and efficient services to agricultural producers in the area.

Located along Route 137, the newly acquired grain elevator boasts a significant storage capacity of 30,000 tonnes. This facility will allow G3 to offer comprehensive grain handling services, including drying, conditioning, and storage, directly to producers. This expansion is part of G3's strategy to embed itself more deeply within the agricultural community by providing direct access to the grain supply chain, thus facilitating faster and easier grain export.

Bruno Simard, G3 Canada’s Sales Manager for Eastern Canada, expressed excitement about providing Quebec producers with new market opportunities and an additional grain delivery option. The company's presence in Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu is expected to bring convenience and financial benefits to local producers by eliminating intermediaries, thereby saving time and reducing costs.

Philippe Bélanger, G3’s Director of Operations for Eastern Quebec, highlighted the strategic importance of the Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu grain elevator. This facility is set to complement the services provided by G3’s port terminals in Trois-Rivières and Quebec City, further facilitating the global export of grain.

G3 Canada’s growing presence in Quebec signifies its commitment to serving the agricultural community with efficient and competitive grain export solutions. The company’s involvement in importing and exporting various grains, including corn, soybeans, wheat, and rye, and its strategic positioning along the St. Lawrence Seaway, underscores its key role in meeting the needs of the region's agricultural producers.

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