|Canola Refinery on the Drawing Board|
|Written by Neil Billinger|
|Sunday, 16 September 2012 12:53|
Cargill has announced plans to building a canola refinery at its existing crushing plant at Clavet, about 20 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon.
Currently, the canola crushed at Clavet is sent to various locations in the United States for additional processing.
The Clavet canola crush facility was built in 1996 and later expanded in 2009. It is capable of processing 1.5 million metric tonnes of canola annually.
Cargill says the refinery is expected to be finished in time for the 2014-15 harvest. Further details on the design will be announced in the coming months. The facility will create an extra 30 jobs---bringing total employees at the Cargill Clavet complex close to 200
|Last Updated on Sunday, 16 September 2012 12:59|