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JRI Canola Oil Processing Plant, Yorkton, Saskatchewan ...

The JRI’s Yorkton canola plant was constructed at an investment of C$170m. The state-of-the-art plant can produce 1,000t of oil every day by processing up to 2,400t of canola. Annual canola processing capacity of the plant is 840,000t.

Dreyfus' Yorkton canola crush plant status still unclear ...

The Yorkton plant, which opened in 2009, has the capacity to crush 850,000 tonnes of canola per year, producing 350,000 tonnes of oil and 500,000 tonnes of meal. — Phil Franz-Warkentin writes for Commodity News Service Canada, a Winnipeg company specializing in …

Canola Processing Plant | FWS

Home > Projects > Canola Processing Plant < Projects. Canola Processing Plant. INDUSTRY/COMPANY: Ag-Industrial ... TYPE: Agribusiness. OWNER: Richardson Nutrition Holdings Limited . LOCATION: Yorkton, Saskatchewan. CONSTRUCTION TERM: 24 months . Project Features Include: 2,400 metric tonne per day capacity of canola crush per day ; 1,000 metric ...

Richardson Increases Canola Crushing Capacity in Yorkton ...

2014/05/20 · Richardson Increases Canola Crushing Capacity in Yorkton by 25%. By richardson | Published: May 20, 2014. May 20, 2014. Richardson International Limited has increased canola crushing capacity at its processing plant in Yorkton, Saskatchewan by 25 per cent due to continued demand for Canadian canola and canola products.

Two New Canola Plants for Yorkton - DiscoverMooseJaw.com

James Richardson International Limited (JRI) today announced it will build its new state-of-the-art canola crushing plant in the vicinity of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. As previously announced, the plant will be capable of processing 840,000 metric tonnes of canola per year and its construction cost is estimated to be in the range of $100 million.<

Louis Dreyfus's Yorkton plant officially reopens | The ...

2014/12/19 · The Yorkton plant, which opened in 2009, has the capacity to crush 850,000 tonnes of canola per year, producing 350,000 tonnes of oil and 500,000 …

Explosion at Yorkton canola-crushing plant | CTV News

2014/10/24 · The mayor of a southeastern Saskatchewan city says it's lucky that no one was seriously injured in an explosion at a canola-crushing plant. Bob Maloney of Yorkton …

In a $190M day, Yorkton gets 2 canola-crushing plants ...

In a $190M day, Yorkton gets 2 canola-crushing plants In the wink of an eye, Yorkton, Sask. has turned into one of the canola-crushing capitals of Canada. Social Sharing

Louis Dreyfus resumes canola crushing at Canada plant ...

2014/12/19 · WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Louis Dreyfus Corp has resumed crushing canola at its Yorkton, Saskatchewan, plant, following an explosion …

Explosion, fire at Yorkton, Sask. canola plant | CBC News

Crews responded to an explosion and fire at the Louis Dreyfus canola crushing plant at Yorkton, Sask., earlier this morning, and have extinguished the fire, officials say. Social Sharing.

Explosion damages Yorkton canola crushing plant | The ...

2014/10/30 · LDM opened five years ago with capacity to crush 850,000 tonnes of canola. Richardson International opened its similarly sized plant in the same city about six months later.

Canola facility marks milestone | Yorkton This Week

2014/09/24 · The Louis Dreyfus Commodities canola crushing plant celebrated a major achievement last week. Opening in 2009, the plant, which shipped its first 100-car unit of meal in April 2011, recently shipped its 100th 100-car trainload of canola meal.

Police, fire crews respond to explosion at Yorkton canola ...

YORKTON, Sask. – Police and fire crews are at a southeastern Saskatchewan canola-crushing plant where witnesses say an explosion occurred. A release from the city of Yorkton says all employees ...

Richardson Oilseed – Processing

Richardson Oilseed is one of Canada’s oldest and largest fully-integrated crushing, refining, processing and packaging operations. We work diligently to meet the growing demand for canola oil domestically and internationally, and much of this work happens at our processing plants.

Explosion, fire at Yorkton, Sask. canola plant

2014/10/24 · Crews are cleaning up at the scene of an explosion and fire at the Louis Dreyfus canola crushing plant at Yorkton, Sask. After an explosion rocked the city of 15,000, the first calls came in around 8:30 a.m. CST. Yorkton Mayor Bob Maloney told CBC News the damage appeared to be extensive, although only only one person was hurt.

No serious injuries after blast at Sask. canola-crushing plant

2014/10/24 · YORKTON, Sask.—The mayor of the southeastern Saskatchewan city of Yorkton said it’s lucky that no one was seriously injured in an explosion at a canola-crushing plant.

Richardson Oilseed Limited Processes One Million Tonnes of ...

2011/07/25 · Richardson Oilseed opened its canola crushing plant in Yorkton last June, tripling the company's total oil production capacity. The $170-million, ...

Canola School: LDM Opens A New Crushing Plant in Yorkton ...

2010/08/13 · Adding another high capacity crushing plant to the mix is a great step to one allow for a further expansion of acres and more competition for farmers canola crops. In this episode of the canola school , LDM Foods President, Brian Conn talks about the new crushing plant in Yorkton, SK and what it means for the canola industry and more ...

Louis Dreyfus Buys Out Yorkton Crush Plant Partner ...

Louis Dreyfus Canada now owns 100% of its 2,500-tonne per day Yorkton, Sask., canola crush plant. The company has bought out the minority interest from Mitsui & Co. According to a press release sent today, "Louis Dreyfus Canada and Mitsui determined, after a review of the Yorkton investment, that this transaction best served the interests of both companies as they continue and further develop ...

Agriculture and Food Processing - City of Yorkton

We are home to some of Canada's leading international agribusiness companies. With two canola-crushing plants and four grain elevators, Yorkton helps contribute to Saskatchewan's 54% share in Canada's canola production. Due to the region's proximity to market, food processing continues to expand in the region.

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