Friday 27th Nov, 2020
Just when Sharpes Stock Feeds needed to install a custom packaging plant, COVID-19 saw the country locked down. ABHR speaks to Alastair and Sam to find out how the company commissioned the plant with remote help.

Commissioning during COVID

Just when Sharpes Stock Feeds needed to install a custom packaging plant, COVID-19 saw the country locked down. ABHR speaks…
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The CBH Group will keep its supply chain fees flat in 2019-20, following the $4 per tonne reduction provided to growers and marketers least year.

CBH appoints new Independent Director

The CBH Group has appointed a new Independent Director to the Board, replacing Trent Bartlett who will retire from the…
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Four grain storage expansion projects have been completed as part of the CBH Group’s upgrade to its network, adding additional capacity for 446,000 tonnes.

Work progresses on $230M Port Spencer Grain Port

Site preparation works have begun on the construction of the $230 million Port Spencer Grain Port on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.

Business cases for WA grain lines to be prepared

The Western Australian Government has released an independent engineering assessment outlining the estimated cost of restoring each section of the Wheatbelt’s Tier 3 rail network.

Nelson Silos has undergone a number of gradual changes to adapt to emerging market needs and provide reliable, custom products.

Evolution of a silo manufacturer

Nelson Silos has undergone a number of gradual changes to adapt to emerging market needs and provide reliable, custom products.

ABHR speaks to engineers Francesco Selva and Andrea Fumian about how Ag Growth International (AGI) designed and built one of the largest grain terminals on the Black Sea.

Engineering the seed of success

ABHR speaks to engineers Francesco Selva and Andrea Fumian about how Ag Growth International (AGI) designed and built one of the largest grain terminals on the Black Sea.

SA invests into regional bulk projects

The South Australian Government has invested $12 million into a Regional Growth Fund, which will help 16 projects, including a number of bulk handling operations.

CBH boosts mental health support with new partnerships

The CBH Group has entered a three-year $600,000 partnership with four mental health organisations to improve the mental health of Western Australian regional communities.