Canadian feed company acquires grain processing plant

SLEMON PARK, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, CANADA — ADDiCAN, a manufacturer of nutritional products for animals, has acquired a grain and processing facility in Slemon Park, Price Edward Island, Canada.The facility will be the company’s second manufacturing plant in Canada and will expand ADDiCAN’s manufacturing and bulk handling capabilities for the North American and international markets.The purchase includes feed ingredients, grains, seeds cleaning and sorting, 500,000 bushels of grain handling facility space and more than 50,000 square feet of storage space.

The company said it plans to double staff at the new manufacturing facility.

“ADDiCAN has expanded to match the reach and scale of our global work,” the company said. “The new ADDiCAN additional facility is close to the port and capable of shipping bulk and containerized animal nutrition products to its customers worldwide.”