Grain Handling

Richland grain facility expands commodities storage at Horn Rapids

By |2020-12-29T13:00:31+00:00December 29th, 2020|Commodities, Grain Handling, Grain Storage and Handling|

Central Washington Corn Processors is expanding its massive north Richland grain shed to better accommodate a key commodity used for livestock feed by the region’s dairies, feedlots and other operations – soy meal.The $4.3 million project will extend the CWCP “flat house” to 916 feet long, about a third longer than the original 616 feet.

Richland’s new $7.9 million grain facility ready to serve feed industry

By |2021-01-07T11:37:06+00:00December 29th, 2020|Grain Handling, Grain Storage and Handling|

Looming buildings casting large shadows serve as tangible signs of economic growth in the Horn Rapids Industrial Park off Logston Boulevard in Richland. The latest addition to the mix is across the street from the massive Preferred Freezer Services. Central Washington Corn Processors’ new $7.9 million facility, which will serve as a hub for

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