At SWT we maintain close relationships with and purchases directly from the most advanced grain producers in southwest Saskatchewan. By fostering an out-to-customers approach with their customers, we have cultivated long-term and dependable relationships with both producers and buyers. This allows us to cultivate a close working relationship with producers and strengthen sustainable farming practices.
• Total capacity of 52,000MT or 2 million bushels.
• Three 8500ft rail tracks.
• The ability to load unit trains from 1-150 cars at a time, with no trouble loading smaller blocks.
• Equipped with two infrared colour sorters.
• Grain cleaning capacity of 115 tonnes per hour.
• Ability to load railcars in just over one minute.
• Upon reaching this maximum capacity, SWT can fill over 600 rail cars with grain stored.
The SWT inland grain terminal is located 7 miles east of Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, along the Trans-Canada Highway and connects to the Canadian Pacific Railway’s mainline. This location ships approximately 500,000MT annually and is considered the largest shipper of grain in southern Saskatchewan. We purchase and merchandise field crops agronomically suited to the area.
We have invested significant capital in their blending facilities, capacity, and rail to provide producers and buyers with efficient and accurate services.
• durum wheat
• yellow peas
• red lentils
• spring wheat
We are committed to conducting all business activities in a manner which ensures high quality food safety. They are devoted to protecting the environment and the health and safety of their employees, contractors, customers, and the public.
Through expert quality assurance SWT ensures high-quality food safety that meets or exceeds others in the area. We are dedicated to protecting the integrity of their grain, allowing them to provide the best quality grain possible to buyers. When purchasing grain from producers, we follow the grading standards set by the Canadian Grain Commission and cleans all grain to export standards. The SWT Antelope terminal has a grain cleaning capacity of 115 tonnes per hour. We believe in quality over quantity by using sound agronomic practices to monitor and control food safety hazards.