BroadGrain Commodities Completes Expansion of Brinston Facility

<p class="text-heading">April 7, 2015</p><p>BroadGrain Commodities has completed an expansion of its operations in Eastern Ontario, with the addition of non-GMO, identity preserved soybean processing capabilities at its Brinston facility.&nbsp; The expansion includes the installation of a segregated cleaning line and 15,000 MT of additional storage.&nbsp; This latest investment complements the 2012 expansion, which added 30,000 MT of storage capacity for corn and commodity soybeans.&nbsp; Brinston&rsquo;s overall capacity is now 50,000 MT, making it one of the principal terminals servicing producers in Eastern Ontario.</p> <p>BroadGrain&rsquo;s Senior Vice-President of Domestic Operations, Brian Hazzard, commented &ldquo;This addition further diversifies our commodity marketing options with farmers in Eastern Ontario. A fully segregated, non-GMO soybean cleaning facility allows us to connect local producers with higher margin food grade markets, such as Japan and Western Europe.&nbsp; We are excited to provide farmers with the opportunity to produce quality products to supply our international customers while maximizing their return on every acre.&rdquo;</p> <p>BroadGrain Commodities Inc. is a privately-owned Canadian corporation focused on domestic Canadian grain handling and international grain trading with annual revenues exceeding $600 million dollars and annual volume over 1.5 million metric tonnes. BroadGrain is headquartered in Toronto, with a principal domestic trading office in Stratford, Ontario and international offices in Jordan, Ukraine, France, Nigeria, China and Dubai.&nbsp; Domestically, BroadGrain has elevator and trading operations in Seaforth and Brinston, Ontario and a processing facility in Dafoe, Saskatchewan.</p>