April 2, 2019
Vegreville, Alberta — GrainsConnect Canada is pleased to announce their first Alberta high-speed train loading terminal — and third terminal in Western Canada — is open and fully operational in Vegreville, Alberta.
December 12, 2018
Canadian grain growers are set to benefit from improved access to international markets and increased competition, thanks to the construction of the Fraser Grain Terminal, which will be located at the Port of Vancouver.
November 2, 2018
GrainsConnect is showing tremendous progress on its third national inland terminal set to open Spring 2019 in Vegreville, Alberta. To mark the impressive developments in construction and greet growers in the area, GrainsConnect will be hosting a growers event on Wednesday, November 28th.
August 22, 2018
GrainsConnect Canada is steadily increasing operations across Western Canada, with construction well underway at their third and fourth inland terminals in Huxley and Vegreville, Alberta.
July 6, 2018
Reford, Saskatchewan — GrainsConnect Canada is pleased to announce their second high-speed train loading terminal in Saskatchewan is fully operational.
As of June 1st, 2018 GrainsConnect Canada is able to receive grain from producers to their terminal in Reford, Saskatchewan. The $30m project is built just 130 kilometres west of Saskatoon, and complements the first high-capacity terminal built by GrainsConnect in Maymont, Saskatchewan.
June 1, 2017
GrainsConnect Canada is pleased to announce the location of its fourth independent, high throughput grain terminal.
Subject to necessary approvals, GrainsConnect Canada plans to build a terminal in Huxley, 120km northeast of Calgary, Alberta.
February 2, 2017
GrainsConnect Canada is pleased to announce the location of its third independent, high throughput grain terminal.
November 1, 2016
GrainsConnect Canada is pleased to announce the location of its second independent, high-speed train loading terminal.
December 14, 2015
GrainCorp is pleased to announce expansion of its grain origination footprint in Canada, through the establishment of a joint venture with Zen-Noh Grain Corporation, a subsidiary of major Japanese agricultural cooperative Zen-Noh (National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations).