RYDER, NORTH DAKOTA, US — TriGen Partners and Agrex Inc. have begun construction on a shuttle grain terminal with a loop track at Ryder, according to the Minot Daily News.

According to the newspaper, the new shuttle grain terminal is expected to have 1.05 million storage capacity and slightly more than 10,000 feet of track.

The general contractor on the project is Vigen Construction Inc. of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, US, while the loop track will be built by Northern Plains Rail Co. of Fordville, North Dakota, US, the newspaper noted. Canadian Pacific Railway serves the area.