The Ceres Global Ag Corp. grain terminal at Northgate, Sask., should be fully commissioned by the end of this month.
The company stated, as part of a recent media release that the 1,200 acre multi-modal, multi-commodity terminal situated next to the United States border is designed to provide transloading, handling and storage capabilities for assorted agricultural products as well as crude oil or liquefied petroleum gas, fertilizers and other commodities, from the one
Ceres has established strategic agreements with Koch Fertilizer, Elbow River Marketing and Burlington Northern–Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway as part of its strategy of building Northgate as a world-class logistics hub.
Ceres Global is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., and is focused on two primary businesses, grain storage, handling and merchandising along with being a commodity logistics unit. The company now has nine grain storage and handling assets in Minnesota, New York, Saskatchewan and Ontario with an aggregate storage capacity of nearly 43 million
The company also owns 25 per cent of Stewart-Southern Railway Inc., a short-line railway with a range of 150 kilometres, that also operates in southeast Saskatchewan.