US grain trader CHS Sunprairie has opened its 10th new grains terminal, located in North Dakota and set to be a link in the transport chain of soyabeans and wheat.
The Wiley terminal, near the town of Lansford, would hold 900,000 bushels of grains and could handle a 120-car train, according to a 28 June report in World Grain.
During the opening ceremony on 25 June, two grain producers delivered their products to the terminal.
CHS Sunprairie has 249 licensed grain storage facilities with a total storage capacity of 368.6M bushels.
It also has agronomy operations based in Bowbells, North Dakota, and operates a joint venture called Dakota Agronomy Partners with Enerbase Cooperative Resources and Border Ag & Energy.