OMAHA, NEBRASKA, US — Viterra said it will expand its grain and ingredient terminal in Etter, Texas, US, increasing storage capacity at the terminal by more than 40,000 tonnes by late 2024.

“This investment will allow us to meet the increased demand for grains and high-quality feed ingredients for dairy, cattle, and swine producers across West Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico,” said Rayner Freyberg, chief executive officer of US and Mexico for Viterra. “The completion of this project will allow us to better serve our growers and customers, positions us well for future growth and investment in the region, and will allow us to support the continuing expansion of oilseed crush and meal production across North America.”

Gavilon rebranded as Viterra across its business in the United States and Mexico earlier this year, following Viterra Ltd.’s purchase of the grains origination and storage and food ingredients business of Gavilon Agriculture Investment Inc. in 2022.