Bunge expands crush footprint in EuropeBunge expands crush footprint in Europe
Company acquires plants in the Netherlands and France.
March 6, 2017
Bunge recently announced it has closed on the acquisition of two oilseed crushing plants from Cargill in the Netherlands and France.
In the Netherlands, the acquisition includes the soybean and rapeseed crush and soybean oil refining facility in the Port of Amsterdam and part of the bulk port terminal. In France, it includes the soybean and rapeseed crush facility in the Port of Brest.
The company said the two sites are now an important part of Bunge’s Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) regional operations and global soy crush platform.
“They’ll allow Bunge to further expand our global oilseed processing footprint in key Northern European destinations and optimize our existing global flows and logistics to serve customers,” the company said.
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