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NEWSREVIEW Viterra to acquire oilseed processor 5(*,1$ 6$6.$7&+(:$1 &$1$'$ - Viterra announced on Aug. 27 that it has signed a purchase agreement to acquire the VKDUHV RI 7ZLQ 5LYHUV 7HFKQRORJLHV +ROGLQJV (QWHUSULVHV 'H 7UDQVIRUPDWLRQ 'H *UDLQHV2OHDJLQHXVHV'X4XHEHF,QF 757 ETGO). The acquisition includes a canola DQGVR\EHDQFUXVKLQJDQGUH¿QLQJSODQWORFDWHGLQ%HFDQFRXU4XHEHF&DQDGD Nisshin plans major expansion of Canadian flour mill TOKYO, JAPAN - Nisshin Seifun Group on Aug. 28 announced plans to add a secRQGPLOOLQJOLQHDQGH[SDQGZKHDWDQGÀRXU VWRUDJHDWLWV5RJHUV)RRGV/WGÀRXUPLOOLQ Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. The second milling unit will have a GDLO\FDSDFLW\RIFZWVRIÀRXU:KHQ the C$36 million ($27 million) project is completed in the fall of 2017, the Chilliwack mill will have the capacity to proGXFHFZWVRIÀRXUDGD\,QDGGLWLRQ Nisshin will be adding 110,000 bushels of wheat storage and 22,000 cwts of bulk ÀRXU VWRUDJH DW &KLOOLZDFN 7KH PLOO ZDV built by Nisshin in 2005. Rogers Foods will have total daily milling capacity of 12,600 cwts when the project is completed. Both Chilliwack and Rogers' original mill in Armstrong are located just east of Vancouver, Canada. Nisshin said the decision to expand the Chilliwack facility was part of a May management plan "targeting self-sustained growth through strategic investments." 7KHFRPSDQ\¶VÀRXUPLOOLQJEXVLQHVV1LVVKLQ)ORXU0LOOLQJ,QFLVKHDGHGE\1REXki Kemmoku, president. Rogers, the fourth ODUJHVW ÀRXU PLOOLQJ FRPSDQ\ LQ &DQDGD had expanded the Chilliwack mill by 22% in 2000, but Nisshin said a shortfall of capacity was anticipated "due to strong sales," prompting the decision to build a second milling unit. ³:LWK D ODUJH SRSXODWLRQ EDVH D ZLGH acceptance of Japanese food culture, and DJURZLQJPDUNHWIRUVSHFLDOW\ÀRXUVWKH :HVWFRDVWUHJLRQLVDQDWWUDFWLYHPDUNHW´ 1LVVKLQVDLG³,QDGGLWLRQWRWKHWZRPLOOV owned by Rogers Foods, Miller Milling, Nisshin's U.S. subsidiary, also owns three PLOOV LQ WKH UHJLRQ :LWK WKLV QHZ ERRVW in milling capacity at the Chilliwack mill, Rogers Foods' presence in the region will be enhanced and Nisshin will accelerate its growth strategy and elevate its business platform across North America." / World Grain / October 2015 :LWK D FUXVKLQJ FDSDFLW\ RI  PLOOLRQ tonnes per year, TRT-ETGO is the largest oilseed processing plant in Eastern Canada. The plant began operations in 2010 and produces vegetable oil for food and industrial markets, as well as meal for the livestock industry. ³7KLVLVDJRRGVWUDWHJLF¿WIRU9LWHUUDWKDW will allow us to connect our farm customers to more marketing opportunities, further le- veraging our origination capabilities through our industry leading asset network," said Kyle Jeworski, Viterra's president and chief H[HFXWLYHRI¿FHUIRU1RUWK$PHULFD The plant is located on the St. Lawrence Seaway, with the ability to receive and ship oilseeds by truck, rail, and vessel, and is in close proximity to Viterra's port facility in Montreal, the company said. SAMPLING EXCELLENCE! The Closer You Look... The Better We Look! GAMET BULK SAMPLERS TRUCK PROBES TRUCK PROBES GAMET MANUFACTURING 7400 Boone Ave. N * Brooklyn Park, MN USA 55428 Toll Free 888-647-5475 * For more information, see Page 106. 15

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of World Grain - October 2015

World Grain - October 2015
Table of Contents
From the Editor-in-chief - Precision agriculture versus GMO’s
Calendar of Events
Registration opens for IPPE, Jan. 26-28, 2016
News Review - Louis Dreyfus hires new CEO, ending 17-month search
Ardent Mills finalizes deal to acquire Mondelez facility
Glencore considers selling stake in agricultural unit
Former Cargill executive to lead The Andersons
Flour milling specialist joins KSU faculty
Viterra to acquire oilseed processor
Nisshin plans major expansion of Canadian flour mill
Bunge to acquire Brazilian wheat miller
Cargill executive returns as member of Leadership Team
Woodchip company closer to exporting grain with ACCC decision
Australia plans to standardize, upgrade freight network
The Andersons completes grain facility updates
Mitsubishi to buy 20% share of Olam
Cargill to double capacity at soybean crush facility in Egypt
Grain Market Review - Rice
Country Focus - Indonesia
Feature - Ardent Mills coming into its own
Feature - More than a large number of mills
Feature - Face of Canada’s grain industry changing
The geography of demographic changes in Canadian agriculture
Feature - 'We're in dire straits'
Dr. Stephen Blank profile
Feature - Ship loading/unloading projects flourish
Port News Roundup
Feature - Australia seeks FTA's with Asia
Feature - Grain Market Roundtable
Milling Operations - Whole wheat flour milling, storage challenges
Feature - Global flour trade holding steady
IGC: Industrial use of grains forecast higher in 2015-16
Feature - Protecting the lifeblood of your operation
Technical Profile - Staying in control of mycotoxins
Supplier News
Product Showcase
World Grain Archive
Ad Index/Reader Information Form International Faxback Program

World Grain - October 2015