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North Dakota Mill to Expand Again

Plan to add two new mills comes soon after recently completed rail spur, expanded storage project

Photo courtesy of North Dakota Mill and Elevator
Photo courtesy of North Dakota Mill and Elevator

The North Dakota State Mill and Elevator in Grand Forks, ND, is set for another expansion that will significantly increase its capacity, reports the Grand Forks Herald.

On Oct. 22, the Industrial Commission of North Dakota approved a $23.5 million plan to purchase a 6,000 hundredweight durum mill and a 4,000 hundredweight spring wheat mill.

The durum mill the facility now uses will be converted to a spring wheat mill.

Vance Taylor, president and CEO, said the new mills are necessary to keep up with customer demand. Taylor said the project should be completed in the summer of 2021.

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