G3 is adding to its State-of-the-art grain terminals across the Prairies. 

They recently opened two new elevators in Alberta, G3Morinville and G3 Carmangay.

Both facilities have a licensed capacity of 42,600 Tonnes with a rail car spot for a 150 car train.

The facilities are able to unload trucks in minutes while the loop track allows them to quickly load trains for shipment to G3's Vancouver Terminal - a next-generation grain export terminal opening this summer.

Four more G3 elevators are under construction in Alberta, with the Wetaskiwin and Stettler County locations set to open later this summer, Vermillion and Irricana are scheduled for 2021.

The G3 facility at Swift Current is also set to open in 2021 and will have a capacity of 42,000 tonnes. 

G3 CEO Don Chapman says these state-of-the-art facilities are transforming the way grain moves across Canada.

"Our loop-to-loop system connects Prairie to port in a way that ensures high-quality Canadian grain gets to market on time, which ultimately benefits Canadian farmers."