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P&H Milling Group announces major flour mill expansion

Company announced the addition of a third flour mill and new storage silos at their Hamilton, Ontario facility.

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P&H Milling Group, along with Parrish & Heimbecker, Limited (P&H), has announced a significant expansion of their Hamilton, Ontario facility, marking a substantial commitment to Canadian agriculture and the baking industry's increasing demands.

This expansion, set to commence in March 2024, includes the construction of a third flour mill and the addition of two new storage silos. These silos will handle crucial feed ingredients such as soymeal and distillers dried grains, alongside wheat to service the flour mills. This development cements P&H's position as a leading flour production campus in Hamilton.

The Hamilton facility has been a critical site for P&H since its inauguration in 2017, which was notable as the first new flour mill built in Ontario in 75 years. The facility's capacity was doubled in 2020 with the addition of a second mill and increased storage capabilities, significantly enhancing the company's wheat processing and receiving capabilities.

John Heimbecker, CEO of P&H, emphasized the expansion's importance, stating that it reflects the company's ongoing commitment to the Canadian agricultural sector and the baking industry. He highlighted that the expansion is not just about infrastructure growth but also an investment in the future of Canadian agriculture and the baking industry. This strategic enhancement reaffirms P&H's dedication to fulfilling the needs of both agricultural and business partners.

The expansion aligns with P&H's vision to make a substantial contribution to the food industry. It supports local farmers and ensures a sustainable, resilient supply chain for customers. P&H continues to lead in innovation, employing advanced technology and sustainable practices to meet the needs of a growing population.

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