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Brandon Terminal Phase Three

Mar 10, 2021

From:  Ron Helwer, President, Shur-Gro Farm Services
Re:  Brandon Terminal Ltd Expansion Phase Three
Ron Helwer, President of Shur-Gro Farm Services is pleased to announce the third and final phase of the dry fertilizer storage and handling capabilities at Brandon Terminal Ltd has been completed. Phase three is currently being commissioned.
In 2015 Brandon Terminal Ltd. completed Phase One of the expansion building a 20,000-tonne warehouse, expanding the rail siding and other improvements to the existing facility. The Second Phase completed in 2017 included another 23,000-tonne storage and handling warehouse. Phase Three includes expansion of the rail facilities, doubling the load in capabilities and an additional 23,000 tonne warehouse. The 160,000 square foot facility has total storage of 66,000 tonnes and 150,000 –160,000 tonnes of throughput annually.
Ron says “Shur-Gro has made a $20 million investment in the Brandon Terminal Distribution facility and we are very proud to support the local economy and support the Ag Community by providing local access for their fertilizer requirements, while taking advantage of Brandon’s location as a transportation hub.”
About Brandon Terminal Ltd:
Brandon Terminal has been operating as a trans load and storage facility for a variety of commodities since 1986 serving international manufacturers and distributors, as well as distributing to retails in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
About Shur-Gro Farm Services:
Shur-Gro Farm Services Ltd is locally owned and operated by the Helwer family of Brandon, Manitoba. Shur-Gro is a full-service crop input retailer with locations throughout southern Manitoba at Brandon, Wawanesa, Killarney, Lena, Waskada, Shoal Lake, Neepawa, MacGregor, Westbourne, Portage la Prairie, Elie, Oakville, Niverville and Dugald.
For further information contact
Ron Helwer
Brandon, Manitoba, Canada

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