Paterson Grain began an expansion project at its terminal in Morris, Manitoba, reducing loading times by over 50% with the installation of one of the largest capacity bucket elevators in operation. In addition, PTC Construction Ltd. began expansion at Paterson Grain’s terminal in Binscarth, Manitoba, increasing rail car capacity and constructing new fertilizer and bulk […]
Completed construction of Paterson Grain’s Foothills inland export terminal located in Bowden, Alberta. With storage capacity of over 55,000 metric tonnes, the new facility utilizes a highly efficient 150 car train loop track capable of loading a full unit train in 8 hours. The facility can ship 75,000 bushels per hour, clean 8,800 bushels per […]
Completed construction of Paterson Grain’s Flagstaff inland export terminal located in Daysland, Alberta. With storage capacity of over 55,000 metric tonnes, the new facility will utilize a highly efficient loop track system, which has become a customary feature in Paterson’s newest grain terminals. As the first in the industry to utilize the loop track design, […]
Paterson Grain announced plans to build inland export terminals in Daysland, Alberta and Bowden, Alberta. The two facilities will feature 55,000 tonnes of storage capacity and an innovative 150-car loop track that will undoubtedly make these locations two of the fastest train-loading sites on the Canadian Prairies. In addition to the two terminal announcements, Paterson Grain […]
Paterson Grain began an expansion project at its terminal in Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, increasing capacity by over 28,000 tonnes. In addition, Paterson Grain opened its doors to Swift Current farm services facility’s new fertilizer distribution centre. PTC Construction Ltd. began NutraGro’s expansion of its fertilizer plant in Winnipeg, Manitoba, which includes a second load-out line and […]
In 2014, PTC Construction Ltd. began construction of a state of the art fertilizer distribution centre at Paterson Grain’s farm services centre in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. Paterson Grain’s Winnipeg terminal also completed the construction of its second flat storage site, providing 40,000 tonnes of additional storage capacity.
In 1996, Paterson Grain commenced construction of its Morris, Manitoba inland export terminal. Paterson Grain strategically built its Morris, Manitoba terminal within the town’s “ring dike”. Paterson Grain’s forethought proved instantly beneficial as the terminal survived the 1997 “flood of the century” unscathed.
This historic 1930 image shows N.M. Paterson Limited’s newly completed grain elevator in Fort William, Ontario.
The construction of N.M. Paterson Limited’s grain elevator in Fort William, Ontario is shown in this June 1927 photograph.
In 1998, N.M. Paterson & Sons Limited created its own trucking company, Truck Freight International, for the handling and transportation of bulk agriculture commodities. This photograph shows the first truck included in Truck Freight International’s fleet.