From the Chatham Daily News, By Ellwood Shreve
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
A $19-million investment at the DuPont Pioneer Chatham production facility is an indication of its importance to the large agricultural company. A 15,000-square-foot expansion, which houses state-of-the-art blending and treating equipment for seed corn and new soybean conditioning equipment, was unveiled to staff and media on Wednesday.
Bryce Eger, integrated operations director, said the investment means “this is a facility that is very, very important long-term for the entire Pioneer networks, not only for Canada, but also for North America. “This is one of our sites that is going to continue to be a mainstay . . . for corn and soybean production for long term,” he added.
To learn more about his exciting development, follow this link to the Chatham Daily News story.