Richardson International Limited is pleased to announce the expansion of its Richardson Pioneer retail crop inputs network in Western Canada with the addition of a new, full-service crop input facility in Delisle, located southwest of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Construction at the site is expected to begin later this month and it is anticipated the location will be operational for the 2019 season.
“The Delisle marketplace is a highly productive area and is located where we currently do not have a strong presence,” says Tom Hamilton, Vice President, Agribusiness Operations. “Producers will also have access to grain handling and merchandising support through our Richardson Pioneer facility at Carlton Crossing, north of Saskatoon.”
The new crop inputs site will feature a modern office space, 6,000-square-foot AWSA-certified warehouse and high-speed VIS blenders, which will allow for greater flexibility in fertilizer blending and an increased product storage capacity. In addition to providing the market with advanced blending services, the site will offer a full range of seed and crop protection products as well as in-depth crop planning and agronomic support.
“Richardson Pioneer anticipates establishing a positive presence in the community, providing customers in the Delisle market area with innovative products and technology in a state-of-the-art facility,” says Hamilton. “We continue to invest in our crop inputs business, expanding our network and pursuing opportunities which will ultimately provide our customers with best-in-class service.”
Richardson Pioneer is a division of Richardson International, Canada’s largest agribusiness. A global leader in agriculture and food processing, Richardson is a worldwide handler and merchandiser of all major Canadian-grown grains and oilseeds and is a vertically-integrated processor and manufacturer of oats and canola-based products. One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, Richardson has over 2,600 employees across Canada, the US and the U.K.
Source : RICHARDSON PIONEER