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Cargill Expands Facility on Union Pacific Line

The project is expected to be completed by early 2019

Cargill announced plans to invest $18 million to increase storage and unload capacity at its facility in Gibbon, NE. The project is slated to add 2 million bushels of upright grain storage space and increase unload capacity to 65,000 bushels per hour. The facility handles corn, soybeans, and wheat.

In the press release, Cargill’s Jim Reiff said, “The Gibbon area features high production, mostly irrigated farm ground that historically produced consistently high yields. We’re excited to expand our capabilities and improve service to growers in the area. In addition, the facility is on the Union Pacific mainline rail, connecting our growers to export markets in the U.S. Gulf, Pacific Northwest, and Mexico, and helping to meet the needs of key end user customers in California.”

The project is expected to be completed by early 2019, with no shutdowns planned throughout construction.

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