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More Grain Terminals Found Damaged by Ida

Power outages across southern Louisiana keep many facilities shuttered

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Grain shippers on the U.S. Gulf Coast reported more damage from Hurricane Ida to their terminals as Cargill Inc. confirmed damage to a second facility, while power outages across southern Louisiana kept all others shuttered.

Reuters reports that Cargill said its Westwego, LA, terminal was damaged by Ida, days after confirming more extensive damage at its only other Louisiana grain export facility, located in Reserve.

CHS is diverting its export shipments scheduled through the next month through its Pacific Northwest terminal as the hurricane knocked out a transmission line that powers its lone Gulf Coast facility, the company said.

Other shippers, including Bunge and ADM, are still assessing damage to their locations, although all are still without power.

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