Viterra makes new changes

Viterra recently underwent a significant change bringing in a new inload leg.

Viterra underwent some changes and brought in a new inload leg to help maintain the efficiency of their service.

Viterra recently underwent a significant change bringing in a new inload leg. The process took about eight days and there are still some final touches to be done.

The new inload leg is stainless steel, is expected to last about 20 years and will be more efficient to the plant with unloading fertilizer.

The process was smooth and the crew worked safely.

Viterra plays a prominent role in the western Canadian livestock services industry through its Livestock Feed and Services division.

Viterra presently markets and manufactures more than 1.5 million tonnes of feed and ingredients to livestock, dairy and poultry customers through Unifeed in Canada and Hi-Pro Feeds in the United States.

Viterra Inc. is Canada’s leading agri-business with operations across western Canada, the company also has operations in the United States and Japan.

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