CHS invests more than $175 million in grain facilities
CHS North America is investing more than $175 million in more than a dozen capital projects to build new grain-handling and storage facilities and to expand the capacities of existing facilities.
Projects range in investment value from $1 million to $50 million and include grain elevator storage capacity expansions, several train shuttle loading facilities, and the expansion of a large terminal in Washington.
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