Advanced BioEnergy will expand Aberdeen corn storage and receiving capacity

April 10, 2018 |

In Minnesota, Advanced BioEnergy, LLC announced it will build an initial 800,000 bushels of year-round corn storage and related grain receiving capabilities at its Aberdeen, South Dakota ethanol plant. The plans include the ability to expand the total year-round corn storage by an additional one million bushels in the future. The grain receiving facility will include a 20,000 bushel-per-hour corn receiving pit and will utilize RFID card recognition technology. The company also operates an ethanol plant in Huron, South Dakota and is currently reviewing various options to enhance the grain receiving and storage capabilities at that plant. ABE employs approximately 54 people at its Aberdeen and Huron, SD ethanol plants. In conjunction with this project the Company will hire an additional three employees, offering competitive wages and benefits.

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