RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA — The Saudi Grains Organization (SAGO) recently completed construction of two new silos with storage capacity of 120,000 tonnes, lifting grain storage capacity in the country by 37%, according to Arab News.

Dubbed the Yanbu Silos Project, the $97 million project is part of the larger National Transformation Program underway in Saudi Arabia.

According to Arab News, the Yanbu Silos Project also includes equipment for unloading ships with a capacity of 1,000 tonnes per hour and an operating tower with equipment to transfer and distribute grains inside the silos.

A similar project is now planned for the Duba port, the Arab News reported.