In the dynamic world of agriculture and agribusiness, change is the only constant. CHS understands this all too well and is committed to continually improving and modernizing its infrastructure to better serve our valued customers. We are thrilled to share some exciting updates on the demolition projects currently underway within our business unit.
The decision to remove outdated structures in Plainview, Ropesville and Hinton was driven by our commitment to have the right resources in the right places to position our cooperative to deliver the best value for customers and owners – today and into the future. The demolition of these facilities paves the way for newer, more advanced structures that will streamline our operations and ensure we continue to meet the evolving needs of the agricultural community.
The following locations will be undergoing changes:
- Removal of the dry fertilizer building in Ropesville
- Removal of old seed bins and a cleaner building in Hinton
- Removal of the dry fertilizer building in Plainview
The demolition projects currently taking place in CHS are not merely about removing old structures; they symbolize our dedication to progress, innovation, and serving our customers at the highest level. We are excited about the promising future that awaits us, one where modern facilities will enable us to better meet the evolving needs of the agricultural industry.
The Ropesville location will soon be constructing a new liquid fertilizer tank system to better serve customers. This addition will provide customers with more diverse options when it comes to fertilizer options. Be assured our focus will continue to be on delivering solutions that make it easy, helpful and rewarding to do business with us.
Stay tuned for further updates as we continue to transform and improve our infrastructure to serve you better. Thank you for your ongoing trust in CHS.