STORAGE: Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA) Storage Locations – Griffith, NSW
Australian Grain Link Pty Limited understands that segregated storage facilities are required to provide quality assured grain to meet client requirements.
Australian Grain Link Pty Limited have five segregated storage facilities located in the heart of prime irrigated farming districts, allowing us to provide growers with local and efficient grain receival sites. The toatal storage capacity exceeds 500.000 tonnes & enables Grain Link the year round access to grain to guarantee delivery to our export & domestic customers
Supply capacities at these sites are as follows:
- Wumbulgal Intermodal Grain Terminal - is a newly developed state of the art storage facility for all summer and winter crops with direct rail access. Storage capacity is approximately 250,000 tonnes.
- Benerembah –Benerembah has a storage capacity of approximately 85,000 tonnes, which is used for specialty wheats and rice.
- Carrathool – The Carrathool storage complex can store up to 95,000 tonnes and is used for the storage of wheat, rice, corn and malt barley.
- Ardlethan – Ardlethan has a storage capacity of approximately 100,000 tonnes and is used for storing wheat, malt barley, canola, lupins and oats.
- Coleambally – Coleambally has upright segregated silo capacity of 18,000 tonnes plus 50,000 tonnes of bunker storage, to offer a total of 68,000 tonnes of storage. Wheat, malt barley and corn are the main crops.
All storages have the latest automated aeration controlled units to ensure integrated silo management procedures which enable Pesticide Residue Free (PRF) grain to be delivered. Australian Grain Link provides its customers with confidence through strict quality control procedures, meeting the requirements as set out by Grain Trade Australia (GTA) and all other Government standards.
The Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA) guarantees production of high quality specialty grains which has been clearly demonstrated over the last ten years, when large areas of Eastern Australia have been impacted by drought.