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» New grain facilities, expansions take off in North America
New grain facilities, expansions take off in North America
Region continues to see growth despite concerns over ongoing trade disputes.
Chief Agri, Kearney, Nebraska, U.S., through its dealer Yagel Grain Systems LLC, supplied the grain handling and storage equipment for an expansion project at Central Indiana Ethanol in Marion, Indiana, U.S. Photo courtesy of Chief Agri.
Because the property was formerly a scrap yard, the project required soil engineering. Photo courtesy of Chief Agri.
Sweet Manufacturing Co., Springfield, Ohio, U.S., installed a complete range of equipment in partnership with its longtime dealer in Mexico, Obra Civil y Estructural S.A. (OCESA), for Molinos del Sudeste S.A.’s commercial grain facility in Mexico. Photo courtesy of Sweet.
Several pieces of Sweet material handling equipment were installed at the facility, including three Silver-Sweet bucket elevators - two 150-foot Titans (largest series of bucket elevators by Sweet) and a 47-foot Ace II. Photo courtesy of Sweet.
Symaga, Villarta De San Juan, Spain, supplied 20 hopper silos with a capacity of 25,000 cubic meters, an insulated system, a bucket elevator tower with an inside staircase and closed catwalks to Grupo Modelo’s new brewery in Mexico. Photo courtesy of Symaga.
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