News last update:6 Aug 2012

New soybean processing plant for Cargill

Cargill Oil Seeds, a division of US based Cargill, made a start of the construction of a new $120 million soybean processing plant to replace an existing processing facility in Kansas City, Missouri.

The new facility, which is being designed to increase soybean processing capacity to 165,000 bushels from 95,000 bushels per day, will be built adjacent to the existing building.

According to company officials, the new facility would significantly enhance operating efficiencies when it becomes operational in the spring of 2008.

In addition, Cargill together with Paseo Biofuels began construction of a $40 million biodiesel plant, which should be operational by the end of 2007.

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