The 2014 Grain Summit: Solving Logistics Challenges, the Revenue Cap & More

  In light of grain logistics challenges, the University of Saskatchewan’s Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics hosted a Grain Handling and Transportion Summit in Saskatoon this week. Besides hearing presentations from stakeholders along the rail supply chain, delegates were also given the opportunity to voice their concerns, ask their questions and propose their ideas for solutions. One of the presenters was Ian McCreary, a grain and cattle farmer from Bladworth, Saskatchewan. McCreary’s experience in policy, marketing and transportation is vast, having been employed by the Canadian Wheat Board, and later chairing the Transportation Committee as a director on…

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Categories: Logistics / Opinion / Western Canada