ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — CHS Inc. said Wednesday it will invest $26 million to expand and improve its refineries and other fuel supply infrastructure.
The company plans to launch nearly a dozen projects over the next three years to expand storage capacity at its terminals and truck loading facilities, and boost ethanol blending and other loading systems.
“These investments support our long-term commitment as a reliable supplier of quality fuel products to our customers and will enhance the overall efficiency of our distribution system,” said Jay Debertin, CHS’ chief operating officer, energy and foods.
CHS shares added 7 cents to $29.70 in afternoon trading.
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