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P&H Milling to expand Ontario facility

HAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA — P&H Milling Group, a division of Parrish & Heimbecker Ltd., will expand its Hamilton, Ontario, facility with a third flour mill and two storage silos, reinforcing the company's commitment to Canadian agriculture producers and the steadily growing demands of the baking industry.

The two new storage silos will handle feed ingredients such as soymeal and distiller’s dried grains, along with wheat for the flour mills, Parrish & Heimbecker said in its Feb. 9 announcement. Construction of the third mill at the campus is scheduled to begin in March. The facility currently has a daily production capacity of 7,300 cwts, according to Sosland Publishing Co.’s 2024 Grain & Milling Annual.

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