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  • Condensed by Lynda Kiernan-Stone, Unconventional Ag Media

CHS, Cargill to Expand Their JV to Ship Grains, Oilseeds Through Port of Houston

CHS and Cargill announced they are expanding the scope of their joint venture TEMCO by adding Cargill’s export grain terminal in Houston, Texas. The addition of this terminal to the business will provide shipping access for grains, oilseeds, and agri-byproducts to global markets.

Currently TEMCO operates three facilities in the Pacific Northwest, in Portland, Oregon, Kalama, Washington, and Tacoma, Washington, shipping grain to international markets primarily in the Asia-Pacific region.

Cargill’s export grain terminal in Houston has storage capacity of 6 million bushels, capacity for 350 rail cars, and can handle up to 250 million bushels of a variety of commodities for export per year.

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