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Grain storage company plans new high-speed handling facility

DeBruce Grain, Inc., headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, has announced plans to build a high-speed commodity handling operation next to its existing grain facility in Etter, Texas. The commodity handling facility will have multiple bays, providing for an overall capacity of 22,000 tons of feed ingredients.

The new facility will be able to handle 110-car trains while simultaneously managing additional, smaller units of grain. It will have a rail receiving capacity of 800 tons per hour and will have overhead truck loading tanks.

DeBruce, which is the eighth largest grain storage company in the U.S., is also constructing grinding and flaking operations in Etter.

DeBruce Grain, Inc., headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, has announced plans to build a high-speed commodity handling operation next to its existing grain facility in Etter, Texas. The commodity handling facility will have multiple bays, providing for an overall capacity of 22,000 tons of feed ingredients.

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