Thursday 6th Aug, 2020
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.

Shareholders approve Graincorp’s United Malt demerger

Graincorp’s shareholders have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the proposed demerger of United Malt Group. United Malt Group is currently…
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GrainCorp shed at the Port of Portland. Photo: David Sexton

GrainCorp picks new CEO

The GrainCorp board of directors has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director following the completion of its…
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ACCC: Port access a concern for bulk grain exporters

Australian grain growers and exporters have raised concerns about the fairness and transparency of access to bulk grain export supply…
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The first stage of the $9.5 million Central Queensland (CQ) Inland Port rail and road upgrade is nearing completion.

Central Queensland inland port nearing milestone

The first stage of the $9.5 million Central Queensland (CQ) Inland Port rail and road upgrade is nearing completion. Located…
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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.

GrainCorp enters 10-year drought insurance plan

GrainCorp has entered into a 10-year insurance deal to manage the risks associated with the eastern Australian winter grain production…
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Silo manufacturer Kotzur is helping farmers and bulk handlers optimise their supply chains through more efficient storage.

Storage solutions to simplify the supply chain

Silo manufacturer Kotzur is helping farmers and bulk handlers optimise their supply chains through more efficient storage.

Drought hits GrainCorp figures, announces $59M loss

Grain receival company GrainCorp has attributed a $59 million loss in the six months ending March 31, 2019 to drought…
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GrainCorp shed at the Port of Portland. Photo: David Sexton

LTAP pulls GrainCorp takeover bid

GrainCorp suitor Long Term Asset Partners (LTAP) has pulled out of its $3.3 billion takeover attempt, citing difficulties during due…
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Growth by the numbers: AGI’s strategy for success

Agricultural infrastructure company Ag Growth International speaks to ABHR about the three critical numbers that make up its 5-6-7 strategy.