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New grain terminal in Russia

01 February 20171 min reading

Louis Dreyfus is starting operations at the Don River grain terminal in Azov, Rostov, region of Russia. The terminal which has 10 silos with a capacity to store 50 thousand tons of grain will be used to export Russian grain.

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According to the Russian Federal Center of Quality & Safety Assurance for Grain & Grain Products, Louis Dreyfus, a leading merchant and processor of agricultural goods, is starting operations at the Don River grain terminal in Azov, Rostov, region of Russia. The terminal is built to export grain and it has 10 silos with a capacity to store 50 thousand tons of grain. It also has the capability to handle ships up to 5 thousand tons. The company acquired the grain terminal in on July 17, 2015.

This is Louis Dreyfus’ second grain terminal endeavor in the past couple months. On Nov. 28 JSC United Forwarding Co. (OTEKO) in partnership with Louis Dreyfus announced plans to open a 14.5-million-tonne grain terminal in Taman, a rural locality in the Temryuksky District of Krasnodar Krai in Russia, according to UkrAgroConsult.

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