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 finished the construction of its new farm services center in Melita, Manitoba.

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