Cargill Looks To Increase Brazilian Soy Operations

Everybody's chum Cargill Inc., says that the opening on Wednesday of an industrial soybean processing plant in Primavera do Leste (Mato Grosso), is a step towards it's goal of increasing it's Brazilian soy operations.

The plant has a capacity to process 3,000 MT/day of soybeans producing 2,300 MT of soymeal and 560 MT of soyoil.

The company said that it also wants to enter the North of Brazil and to enhance the logistics of the supply operations to its Rio Verde (Goias) and TrĂªs Lagoas (Mato Grosso do Sul) plants.

Cargill currently has six plants in Brazil, plus a dwarf conifer & some baskets in need of hanging elsewhere in the world.

Boom boom.