G3 Announces Acquisition of New Quebec Elevator 

Winnipeg-based G3 Canada has announced the acquisition of a new grain elevator in southwestern Quebec. 

Already the operator of the Trois-Rivières and Québec City terminals, G3’s acquisition of Élévateurs Beauchemin in Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu will further strengthen the company’s presence in the region and address the need for “grain drying, storage, and market opportunities,” according to a company release. 

As a rapidly growing player in Quebec, G3 specializes in importing and exporting grains such as corn, soybeans, wheat, and rye. The Trois-Rivières and Quebec City terminals are strategically positioned to serve most agricultural producers and to accommodate ships of all sizes transiting through the St. Lawrence Seaway.  

In Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu, G3 will provide producers with direct access to the supply chain for easier and faster grain export, bypassing intermediaries. G3 offers on-site grain drying, conditioning, and storage services, with the new elevator boasting a storage capacity of 30,000 tonnes. 

"Our G3 Canada sales team, based in Saint-Hyacinthe, is thrilled to offer Quebec producers new marketing opportunities and an additional grain delivery option,” said Bruno Simard, G3 Sales Manager for Eastern Canada. “Through its turnkey service, G3 provides producers with increased and additional revenue for their grain, eliminating the middleman. This approach helps producers save valuable time and money." 

Source: DePutter Publishing Ltd.

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