An Elmore grain storage site is open for business after a $1 million upgrade.November 21, 2012 4:03am
The Australian Bulk Alliance grain storage site at Elmore is open and ready for grain deliveries after completing a $1
ABA is the storage and handling arm of national grain marketer Emerald. In Victoria, Emerald accumulates grain as SQP Grain in a joint-venture partnership with Southern Quality Produce Co-operative.
Emerald Group supply chain and operations general manager John Warda said the upgrade’s focus had been on creating efficiencies.
‘‘We’ve built two new bunkers which have added 20
With nearly 70
‘‘At this stage we’ve set aside a 1200
ABA Elmore is an open-access site, meaning more than 40 registered grain buyers have the ability to post prices there.
‘‘With over 1.2
The site contact number is 5432
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