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WSI Partners with Syngenta to open new agriculture facility in Council Bluffs, Iowa

Christian Fernsby |
WSI announced that it is expanding its agriculture crop protection logistics footprint by partnering with Syngenta in opening a state of the art storage and distribution center in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

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Topics: IOWA   

The crop protection facility will expand upon an already established, nationwide network for Syngenta and unlock new growth potential within the agriculture sector.

The opening is Phase One of the agricultural logistics industrial project located on a 43 acre, rail accessible site in Mills County at Interstates 29 and 80 in a designated Foreign Trade Zone.

This phase comprises a distribution building serving the agricultural industry throughout the Midwest.

WSI plans an expansion to include a bulk tank farm and possibly additional packaging space.

Syngenta is the initial occupant of the first phase.

The strategically located distribution center provides Syngenta additional capacity and flexibility toward meeting the increasing demand for its innovative crop solutions in the U.S.

The facility will better position Syngenta to provide uninterrupted distribution and faster service designed to keep their customers’ operations running smoothly. ■


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