Source: DeBruce Grain Inc.


DeBruce Grain, Inc. purchased three flats adjacent to its Wichita elevator. The new addition will have a storage capacity of 7,250,000 bushels, which will expand the total Wichita storage capacity to 29,709,000 bushels.


"The new space will be connected to our existing elevator, returning to its original state with spouts and drags. We plan to have the first phase finished in late June and look forward to having the entire project completed by the end of August," said chief executive officer Paul DeBruce of DeBruce Grain, Inc.


Founded in 1978 and based in Kansas City, Mo., DeBruce Grain is a growing $5 billion organization, currently ranked 56th on the Forbes 500 list of private companies. DeBruce Grain, Inc., serves customers nationwide and in Mexico with more than 40 primary physical plant operations located in the Midwest. Business units include high-speed grain handling facilities, soybean processing, feed manufacturing, fertilizer distribution terminals and retail fertilizer operations, as well as grain, fertilizer and feed ingredient trading groups.