SWT Hockey Week in Gull Lake

SWT is pleased to be announced as the title sponsor for SWT Hockey Week in Gull Lake. From January 14th until January 20th, 2019, the community of Gull Lake will be hosting a week-long event jam packed full of events. There’s an event for everyone from beer gardens to a crib tournament, sleigh rides, and of course – hockey! SWT is proud to partner with the community of Gull Lake in this once in a life time event. Stay tuned for additional updates and an official schedule.

Community Support Program

For every tonne you deliver, donate up to 50 cents per metric tonne and SWT will match an equal amount to the charity of your choice.

YOU pick the commodity!

YOU pick the charity!

For more information, please contact your FMR or an Administrative Assistant.

Hazenmore Upgrade Project

South West Terminal Ltd (SWT) is excited to announce an upgrade project, which was approved by the Board of Directors.
The project is an approximate $4.3M investment in the construction of a new crop inputs facility located at the existing SWT site in the town of Hazenmore, Sk. As a result of SWT’s growth in the Hazenmore area, the existing chemical shed, fertilizer plant and office has exceeded its current capacity for efficiency and people. This upgrade project will include a 10,000 square foot chemical and office building and a 2,000MT volumetric fertilizer blending plant.
The general contractor for the project will be Silverline Construction out of Swift Current, Sk. Construction at SWT’s Hazenmore location is slated to begin spring of 2017 and the facility is expected to be fully operational by the spring of 2018. The construction plans of the project have been coordinated to ensure minimal disruptions to the existing business operations.
SWT expects to finance the project with a combination of existing bank debt and working capital.
This project aligns with our strategic plan of continuing the growth of SWT and our commitment to southwest Saskatchewan.
This press release contains forward-looking statements. While these statements reflect our current expectations, they are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to changes in the market and general economic conditions and receipt of any necessary approvals. In light of these risks and uncertainties, there is no assurance that these projects will proceed.
If you have any questions about this project, please feel free to contact Monty Reich, General Manager of SWT.

Drive Away Hunger

When it comes to the basics, food is at the top of the list. While most of us are fortunate to have enough to eat, not everyone is so lucky. In fact, children make up over a third of those who rely on Canadian food banks.

Once again SWT is happy to team up with FCC to Drive Away Hunger in our local communities.

SWT Hazenmore 2015 Sportsman Dinner a Success!!

The total from the SWT Hazenmore Sportsman Dinner generated $20,000 from the event and SWT added another $10,000. The proceeds were then split, $15,000 to the Kincaid and District Fire Hall and $15,000 to the Kincaid and District Skating Rink.

 Kincaid and District Skating Rink

pictured: Cheyenne Arntsen, Monty Reich, Brody Loverin, Bill Wilson, Barb Switzer and Jeff Dash

Kincaid and District Fire Hall

pictured: Cheyenne Arntsen, Monty Reich, Brody Loverin, Mark Ross, Barb Switzer, Jeff Dash