BELLEVUE, OHIO, U.S. — Bunge’s soybean processing plant in Bellevue, Ohio, U.S., resumed operations on Dec. 11 after a grain bin fire, according to Reuters.

The fire occurred on Nov. 21, rendering parts of the facility at a standstill.

“The fire damaged a grain elevator as well as conveyer belts and other equipment, forcing a shutdown at the facility that processes soybeans into soybean oil and soymeal, an animal feed,” Reuters said.

According to Sosland Publishing Company’s 2018 Grain & Milling Annual, the Bellevue facility has a total capacity of 6.537 million bushels and a load capacity of 20,000 bph.