Sunday 17th Jan, 2021

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.

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.

Port Spencer grain export facility approved

The South Australian Government has approved the $230 million Port Spencer Deep Water Port grain export facility project, which is…
Read More

Allied Grain Systems helps run Bordertown

A sophisticated waste-to-energy system had the potential to slash energy costs for a Bordertown oat manufacturer, but it required specific…
Read More

The CBH Group has revealed its grain exports have increased during the COVID-19 affected months, in comparison to last year.

CBH grain exports up despite COVID-19

The CBH Group has revealed its grain exports have increased during the COVID-19 affected months, in comparison to last year….
Read More

GrainCorp shed at the Port of Portland. Photo: David Sexton

GrainCorp reports strong results in first half of 2020

GrainCorp has reported a profit after tax of $388 million for the half year ended 31 March 2020 following the…
Read More

More than one million tonnes of grain have been loaded onto vessels bound for the east coast domestic and international markets since November at Viterra’s Port Lincoln terminal.

One million tonnes of grain passes through Port Lincoln

More than one million tonnes of grain have been loaded onto vessels bound for the east coast domestic and international…
Read More

Ahrens was engaged to design and construct a $19 million dollar storage and material handling facility as part of the overall $130 million Lucky Bay project, with construction completed over a seven month period.

New multi-million dollar Lucky Bay export grain terminal complete

Ahrens was engaged to design and construct a $19 million dollar storage and material handling facility as part of the…
Read More

Agricultural company Viterra is introducing dynamic binning for barley across its network in preparation for the 2019/20 harvest. demand.

Viterra doubles size of grain shipment due to high demand

Viterra has loaded its single largest rail outturn in response to strong domestic and international demand for grain. The 100-wagon…
Read More

The CBH Group has revealed its grain exports have increased during the COVID-19 affected months, in comparison to last year.

CBH Group moves record-breaking amount of grain

Western Australian grain cooperative, CBH Group has announced that its infrastructure has moved the largest amount of grain in the…
Read More