Cargill Expanding Soy Processing Operations

Improvements will provide faster unloading of oilseeds and loading of products, increased capacities, and better overall logistics, safety, and ease of doing business.

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Cargill is investing $475 million in its U.S. soy processing operations, with modernization and expansion projects across its network of crush facilities in seven states. The investments will strengthen Cargill’s U.S. crush footprint and give customers quicker access to feedstocks.

Two of the largest projects are taking place in Sidney, Ohio, where Cargill is expanding its soybean crush site to significantly increase production levels, while providing state-of-the-art receiving and loading capabilities, and Kansas City, Mo., where Cargill will make on-site automation enhancements that will triple per hour truck load out capacity.

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