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Gavilon Building New Elevator in Huntley, MT

Facility will feature mile-long loop of railroad track, capable of accommodating a unit train of 110 cars or more

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Gavilon Grain has been building a new elevator east of Huntley, MT. Permit details for the new grain terminal put the permanent grain storage at 750,000 bushels, with enough room to store another 1.5 million grain bushels on the ground, reports the Billings Gazette.

“We are building the new state-of-the-art concrete elevator in Huntley with more than 2.3 million bushels of total storage capacity,” Patrick Burke, a spokesperson for Nebraska-based Gavilon, told the Gazette. “With new efficiencies in elevation capacity, this will more than triple our inbound receiving capabilities and will also drastically increase our ability to supply the market in a timely matter.”

Beside the new elevator is a mile-long loop of railroad track, capable of accommodating a unit train of 110 cars or more in a matter of hours. The cars travel in a circle passing by a loadout area capable of moving 38,000 bushels an hour.

About Gavilon

Gavilon has strategic relationships with producers and consumers of grain, food and feed ingredients, and fertilizer with facilities located in major growing areas and on major railroads, rivers and ports.

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