Chambly, QC — May 27, 2002 — According to a report by Industrial Information Resources, Cargill Inc. of Minneapolis, Minn., is expecting to complete construction of a new $45-million plant in Chambly, Que., by September 2002.
The plant will process meat into beef, pork, minced meat, and sausage products ready for sale. Construction of the 130,000-sq ft plant began in late 2001. Chambly is located about 25 km west of Montreal.
Cargill, a subsidiary of Excel Corp of Wichita, Kansas, is one of the largest privately held companies in the United States and also one of the largest food processing and commercialization companies in Canada. It has three plants of this kind in North America, as well as being active in the processing of eggs, malt and oilseeds, producing animal feed, salt, flax fibre and fertilizer, and storing and commercializing grain. Excel Corp. specializes in the beef and pork-packing industry and has over 20,000 employees worldwide.
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