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Co-op Invests $5 Million To Expand Brandon Fertilizer Terminal

An expansion project is currently underway to increase storage capacity by more than 30 per cent at the Co-op Fertilizer Terminal in Brandon.
The estimated $5-million dollar expansion project will add 9,000 metric tonnes of storage capacity to the existing structure for a total of 36,500 metric tonnes.
The Brandon location warehouses, blends and distributes crop-nutrition products for Co-op locations and agricultural producers in Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan.
The terminal also offers warehouse storage for liquid micro-nutrients and nitrogen stabilizers.
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