Belle Plaine first location of farm-focused SuperCenters planned
By CNW News Group
Genysis Grain & Fertilizer has announced that Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan will house the first of its seven locations for the anticipated fertilizer SuperCenters.
Once complete, Genesis Belle Plaine will boast a 52,000 tonne fertilizer SuperCenter with the ability to distribute three times its capacity at 150,000 tonnes – the largest direct to farm facility of its kind in Canada. The Stueve design in partnership with Genesis, will accommodate urea, phosphate, micro-nutrients, sulphur and potash enabling annual supply for farmer investors.
The first SuperCenter has already established a very high bar of performance with the adoption of world class blending technology for dry fertilizer offerings. An ability to process its own micronutrients and impregnate bulk fertilizer with advanced fertilizer additives. Also available will be the most advanced high throughput, in-load and out-load equipment, as well as best-in-class automation technology and related systems.