COFCO operates a number of storage facilities throughout the country.
These are available to farmers and provide the flexibility of harvest movement and an economic solution to those who have insufficient capacity to store their crops.
The Grain Terminal Ipswich
The Grain Terminal at Ipswich has the capacity to store up to 80,000 tonnes of combinable crops. Situated in the port of Ipswich it has the facility to load and discharge vessels of up to 15,000 tonnes and handles up to 800,000 tonnes of grain annually.
Anglia Bulk Terminal Harwich
At Harwich we have storage facilities for up to 25,000 tonnes. The store is situated within the port of Harwich, which has a deep water berth and can accommodate vessels of up to 25,000 tonnes. Storing crops at any of our port sites has a key advantage to farmers as they are in the right place for export and avoiding additional haulage costs often associated with inland stores.
Barmby Moor Yorkshire
Our site at Barmby Moor provides storage for up to 50,000 tonnes of combinable crops in both flat stores and silos. We also operate a grain drying/conditioning plant, together with “state of the art” human consumption bean cleaning and grading equipment. These facilities provide a valuable outlet for farmers, particularly at harvest time, together with an economic solution for the storage and conditioning of the whole range of combinable crops.
COFCO operates a number of inland stores mainly for the storage of oilseed rape, quality wheat and malting barley.
These are strategically placed to assist our farming clients with the efficient harvest movement of their crops.
In addition to our storage capability, we are well equipped to handle all manner of out of specification loads.