JRI Canola Oil Processing Plant, Yorkton, Saskatchewan

The JRI’s Yorkton canola plant was constructed at an investment of C$170m. The state-of-the-art plant can produce 1,000t of oil every day by processing up to 2,400t of canola. Annual canola processing capacity of the plant is 840,000t. The overall planning, project engineering and management, off site fabrication and construction of the plant

RICHARDSON YORKTON CRUSH PLANT TO DOUBLE ANNUAL

Mar 22, 2021 March 22, 2021 (Winnipeg, MB) Richardson International Limited is announcing a significant investment in their canola crush plant in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.In addition to doubling its processing capacity to 2.2 million metric tonnes, the project will optimize operational efficiencies and modernize the facility to meet an ever-growing global demand for canola oil and canola

Richardson International doubling capacity of Yorkton

Mar 22, 2021 The facility is one of two canola crushing plants that were built on the northwest corner of Yorkton a little over a decade ago, with the neighbouring plant operated by Louis Dreyfus Company.

Richardson’s Canola Crush Plant Expansion, Yorkton, Canada

Richardson International’s canola processing plant is located at Grain Miller road off Highway 16 in the city of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada. The proposed expansion of the canola crush facility will double the existing plant’s annual processing capacity to 2.2 million metric tonnes of canola seed. The expansion will add a high-speed

Two New Canola Plants for Yorkton DiscoverMooseJaw

Sep 07, 2006 James Richardson International Limited (JRI) today announced it will build its new state-of-the-art canola crushing plant in the vicinity of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. As previously announced, the plant will be capable of processing 840,000 metric tonnes of canola per year and its construction cost is estimated to be in the range of $100 million.<.

Richardson’s Canola Crush Plant Expansion, Yorkton, Canada

Richardson International’s canola processing plant is located at Grain Miller road off Highway 16 in the city of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada. The proposed expansion of the canola crush facility will double the existing plant’s annual processing capacity to 2.2 million metric tonnes of canola seed. The expansion will add a high-speed

Richardson International to expand Yorkton, Sask., canola

Mar 22, 2021 Richardson International Ltd. says its Yorkton, Sask., canola crush plant will be the largest in Canada once an expansion project is complete. The

Two New Canola Plants for Yorkton DiscoverMooseJaw

Sep 07, 2006 James Richardson International Limited (JRI) today announced it will build its new state-of-the-art canola crushing plant in the vicinity of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. As previously announced, the plant will be capable of processing 840,000 metric tonnes of canola per year and its construction cost is estimated to be in the range of $100 million.<.

Explosion damages Yorkton canola crushing plant The

Oct 30, 2014 Operations at LDM Foods in Yorkton, Sask., have temporarily stopped after an explosion and fire at the canola crushing plant destroyed part of the meal storage area Oct. 24.

Cargill invests $350M for new canola processing facility

Apr 28, 2021 Cargill is investing $350 million to construct a new canola processing crushing capabilities at its plant in Yorkton, to 14 crushing and refining plants with the capacity to

Facilities Richardson International

In 2010, we expanded our footprint by building a state-of-the-art canola seed processing and canola oil refining facility in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Combined, these two plants process over 1.6 million metric tonnes of canola seed per year, producing over 700,000 metric tonnes of oil and over 900,000 metric tonnes of meal annually.

Richardson Increases Canola Crushing Capacity in Yorkton

May 20, 2014 May 20, 2014. Richardson International Limited has increased canola crushing capacity at its processing plant in Yorkton, Saskatchewan by 25 per cent due to continued demand for Canadian canola and canola products. Following a $30 million expansion project, Richardson’s Yorkton plant began processing 3,000 tonnes of canola per day, an

Canola crusher planned for southern Saskatchewan The

May 27, 2021 Earlier this year, Richardson announced plans to double crushing capacity at its plant in Yorkton, Sask., to 2.2 million tonnes annually. A few weeks later, Cargill announced plans to build a

Yorkton Richardson International

Richardson Oilseed Yorkton Richardson Oilseed Limited PO Box 1090 (Grain Millers road, off Hwy 16) Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3 Phone: 306-828-2200 306-828-2207

LOUIS DREYFUS COMPANY

Mar 12, 2020 March 12, 2020 Procedures to Follow For Truck Loading/Unloading and Service Providers Due to the rapidly escalating health concerns relating to the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and the global health threat identified by the World Health Organization, LDC is taking preventative measures to minimize the potential health risk to employees and visitors associated with this pandemic.

Richardson to upsize Yorkton canola crush plant AGCanada

Mar 22, 2021 The Yorkton processing and oil refining plant “will be dedicated to moving canola crush products at some of the most efficient levels seen in North America,” Richardson said. “The global outlook for Canadian canola oil is promising, and this latest investment emphasizes our ongoing commitment to best in class facilities,” Darrell Sobkow

Yorkton canola plant expanding to become largest in Canada

Mar 26, 2021 YORKTON -- A Yorkton canola crush plant has announced an expansion project that will make it the largest facility of its kind in Canada. Richardson International Ltd. originally opened the plant

Dreyfus' Yorkton canola crush plant status still unclear

Dec 17, 2014 CNS Canada — Questions linger over the status of Louis Dreyfus Commodities’ canola crushing plant at Yorkton, Sask., which was forced to halt operations in late October due to an explosion at a meal storage facility.. The plant has reportedly been back in operation since the beginning of December, but the company will not confirm or deny those reports.

Canola Processing Plant FWS FWSGroup Engineering

Project Features Include: 2,400 metric tonne per day capacity of canola crush per day. 1,000 metric tonnes of fully refined food grade oil per day. Slipform concrete meal storage. Three structural steel buildings: Seed preparation building, Extraction building, Refinery building. Pre-eng utility building.

Richardson International to expand Yorkton, Sask., canola

Mar 22, 2021 Richardson International Ltd. says its Yorkton, Sask., canola crush plant will be the largest in Canada once an expansion project is complete. The

Cargill invests $350M for new canola processing facility

Apr 28, 2021 Cargill is investing $350 million to construct a new canola processing crushing capabilities at its plant in Yorkton, to 14 crushing and refining plants with the capacity to

Dreyfus' Yorkton canola crush plant status still unclear

Dec 17, 2014 CNS Canada — Questions linger over the status of Louis Dreyfus Commodities’ canola crushing plant at Yorkton, Sask., which was forced to halt operations in late October due to an explosion at a meal storage facility.. The plant has reportedly been back in operation since the beginning of December, but the company will not confirm or deny those reports.

In a $190M day, Yorkton gets 2 canola-crushing plants

Sep 07, 2006 In a $190M day, Yorkton gets 2 canola-crushing plants In the wink of an eye, Yorkton, Sask. has turned into one of the canola-crushing capitals of Canada. Social Sharing

The World-Spectator Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Canada

The facility is one of two canola crushing plants that were built on the northwest corner of Yorkton a little over a decade ago, with the neighbouring plant operated by Louis Dreyfus Company. Together, they have made Yorkton an important hub for Canola processing,

Canola crusher planned for southern Saskatchewan The

May 27, 2021 Earlier this year, Richardson announced plans to double crushing capacity at its plant in Yorkton, Sask., to 2.2 million tonnes annually. A few weeks later, Cargill announced plans to build a

Viterra calls crush plant a ‘very significant facility

Apr 29, 2021 Viterra’s announcement brings the province to its goal of crushing 75 percent of canola produced in Saskatchewan. that it would double its Yorkton plant. “If you look at the canola

Richardson Oilseed Processing

Richardson Oilseed is one of Canada’s oldest and largest fully-integrated crushing, refining, processing and packaging operations. We work diligently to meet the growing demand for canola oil domestically and internationally, and much of this work happens at our processing plants.

Third canola crush project of 2021 set to bring producers

May 27, 2021 Third canola crush project of 2021 set to bring producers even more options. REGINA -- With Ceres Global Ag set to build a canola crushing plant

Canola Processing Plant FWS FWSGroup Engineering

Project Features Include: 2,400 metric tonne per day capacity of canola crush per day. 1,000 metric tonnes of fully refined food grade oil per day. Slipform concrete meal storage. Three structural steel buildings: Seed preparation building, Extraction building, Refinery building. Pre-eng utility building.

Canola: the next big thing in renewable energy and plant

In March 2021, investment activity started with Richardson announcing that it would double its current Yorkton, SK crushing facility to 2.2 million metric tonnes. Cargill unveiled it would open a state-of-the-art canola processing facility with an investment of approximately $350 million USD in April 2021 in

Canola producers excited about new crushing plants planned

Apr 28, 2021 The crushing plant will have access to the rail line and will employ 100 full time positions. The plant will convert canola seed into both vegetable oil and meal, to be used for food and

Demand for canola biodiesel may be driving canola crush

Apr 27, 2021 In a $190M day, Yorkton gets 2 canola-crushing plants In Saskatchewan, if producers aren't clearing more prairie and utilizing their current lands, canola growth is shown to have a minimum

Richardson International to expand Yorkton, Sask., canola

Mar 22, 2021 Richardson International Ltd. says its Yorkton, Sask., canola crush plant will be the largest in Canada once an expansion project is complete. The Winnipeg-based company announced Monday that it is planning to double processing at the plant to 2.2 million metric tonnes. Read more: Southern Alberta canola farmers reap benefits of indirect trade deals