G3 recently celebrated an operational achievement. One of its Alberta elevators loaded two 150-car trains with about 15,000 tonnes of grain for hauling to G3 Terminal Vancouver in less than a week — and it was the same train both times. In other words, the 2500-metre-long train loaded, traveled the 2000 km from prairie to… Read More

G3 Pasqua, a high-efficiency grain elevator near Moose Jaw, Sask., has received Canadian Pacific (CP)’s Elevator of the Year Award. CP presents this award annually to the grain elevator that achieves high volumes from a single loading point, while consistently demonstrating efficient railcar loading, and a strong commitment to safety. G3 Pasqua earned the title… Read More

A state-of-the-art grain export terminal at the Port of Vancouver has become the latest component of G3’s growing network, and officially opened this week. “G3 began with the vision of building a more efficient path from farmers’ fields to global markets,” says president and CEO of G3, Don Chapman. “We are very proud to see… Read More

G3 is expanding its grain elevator network. The company plans to build two high-efficiency grain elevators near Irricana and in Stettler County, Alta. “Central Alberta is one of the most important grain growing regions in Canada,” says G3 CEO Don Chapman. “We are excited to be able to provide farmers in the region a new choice to market… Read More

G3 Canada Limited announced plans for an added new primary elevator near Morinville, Alberta. Construction of the 42,000 tonne capacity facility will begin shortly, the company says, and is expected to be complete in 2020. G3 Morinville is designed for speed and efficiency, the company says, and will be able to unload trucks in less… Read More

G3 Canada has a new CEO. Karl Gerrand left the company on Tuesday, after leading the G3 through its transition from the former Canadian Wheat Board to a grain company with bricks-and-mortar grain handling and export infrastructure. “Karl and the board decided a change in leadership is appropriate at this time, as G3 continues to… Read More

G3 Canada has confirmed plans to build two new elevators, including the company’s first grain terminal in Alberta. Construction is expected to begin next month on 42,000 tonne facilities south of Wetaskiwin in central Alberta, and near Maidstone, Saskatchewan. “We’re excited to be able to show farmers in the Wetaskiwin and Maidstone areas what G3… Read More

Cereals Canada is welcoming three new members. G3 Canada, the grain company formed after Bunge and SALIC acquired a majority stake in the former Canadian Wheat Board in 2015, has signed up to join the national cereal crop value chain organization. “Collaboration is a core value held by G3, and we certainly appreciate the important… Read More

G3 Canada continues to expand its presence on the prairies, announcing plans for two new primary elevators in Saskatchewan on Tuesday. The company that evolved out of the privatized Canadian Wheat Board says it will build a 34,000 tonne facility 5 km north of Melville on Highway 10 and a 42,000 tonne elevator 7 km… Read More

G3 — the grain company that acquired the former Canadian Wheat Board — has unveiled plans to build the first fully new grain terminal at the Port of Vancouver since the 1960s. Located in North Vancouver, the 180,000-tonne facility will feature a rail loop track that will be capable of holding three 134-car trains (see drawing… Read More

 

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