State and Local Officials Support Construction Kickoff for Bartlett’s $375 Million Soybean Crushing Plant in Southeast Kansas

Dee Yonker

Kansas Governor and U.S. Senator among the contributors at June 17 groundbreaking ceremony

Bartlett Soybean Crushing Plant Groundbreaking

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly and a U.S. Senator for Kansas Jerry Moran joined other participants for a June 17 groundbreaking ceremony for Bartlett's new $375 million soybean crushing facility in Montgomery County, Kansas.

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly and a U.S. Senator for Kansas Jerry Moran joined other members for a June 17 groundbreaking ceremony for Bartlett’s new $375 million soybean crushing facility in Montgomery County, Kansas.

Montgomery County Motion Council

The Montgomery County Action Council has been instrumental in helping to bring economic development projects to Southeast Kansas, including Bartlett's soybean crushing facility under construction near Cherryvale, KS.

The Montgomery County Motion Council has been instrumental in serving to to convey economic growth assignments to Southeast Kansas, like Bartlett’s soybean crushing facility below building in the vicinity of Cherryvale, KS.

CHERRYVALE, Kansas, June 20, 2022 (Globe NEWSWIRE) — Design is underway on a $375 million soybean crushing facility in Southeast Kansas that will supply an crucial supply of feedstock for creating renewable fuels, food stuff solutions and animal feeds. Found in Montgomery County, the plant will be owned and operated by Bartlett, a Savage Firm, and able of managing approximately 45 million bushels of soybeans per year to crush into soybean meal and refined soybean oil. The Bartlett plant will build about 50 lasting careers when operations commence in early 2024, and assistance further careers and economic activity during design.

A June 17 groundbreaking ceremony and luncheon were being hosted by the Montgomery County Motion Council in partnership with the Kansas Section of Commerce’s Business of Rural Prosperity to commemorate the start out of this substantial economic enhancement task for the location. Participants incorporated Kansas Governor Laura Kelly, U.S. Senator for Kansas Jerry Moran, Kansas Point out Representative Jim Kelly, Director of the Kansas Division of Commerce’s Place of work of Rural Prosperity Trisha Purdon, Montgomery County officers, representatives of U.S. Senator Roger Marshall and U.S. Congressman Jake LaTurner, and users of Bartlett’s leadership team.

“We’re psyched to begin construction on our soybean crushing plant in Montgomery County. The facility will be an financial driver in Southeast Kansas and broaden marketplaces for regional soybean producers and agribusinesses,” said Bartlett President Bob Knief. “We take pleasure in the ongoing help from point out, federal and community leaders, and glimpse forward to serving a vital job for the foods, animal feed and renewable gas industries. We’ll guidance our nation’s transition to renewable fuels by sourcing up to 65 million gallons of feedstock for renewable transportation fuels per year, which will lessen greenhouse fuel emissions by over 400,000 tons a yr.”

“Agriculture-centered and renewable power businesses are significant financial motorists in Kansas, and I am very delighted to see Bartlett acknowledge just how best this place is for the long run of their functions,” said Governor Kelly. “Powered by Kansas’ fantastic infrastructure and talented workforce, I’m confident Bartlett’s new job will be a incredible results and have a substantial financial affect on the region and our condition as a total.”

“The Congressional delegation, on behalf of all of us, we are congratulatory to Montgomery County and to Southeast Kansas for the good results that this working day signifies — in the improve in opportunities for financial rewards to farmers and agriculture, for the communities for employment, for rising options to assistance transportation, and just an in general progress of Southeast Kansas,” stated Senator Moran in his remarks. “This is just one a lot more example in which people roll up their sleeves and make something superior materialize.”

“With our strategic place in the center of the country and our sturdy agricultural roots, I’m totally thrilled that Bartlett selected Kansas as the place to locate this remarkable new facility,” said Trisha Purdon, Director of the Kansas Office of Commerce’s Workplace of Rural Prosperity. “We know they had other states in the region to pick out from, so I am happy but not shocked that they picked Kansas as the winning spot for this undertaking. It’s proof of their visionary tactic, and of the potent assets in Kansas we have to supply ag-based mostly and renewable strength providers.”

The plant’s site in Montgomery County, near the city of Cherryvale, presents simple obtain to highways 160, 166, 169 and 400. The South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad, owned and operated by WATCO, will deliver rail companies for the facility, connecting the plant to a network of Course 1 carriers. Ground preparation function is at present remaining executed by Crossland Building Organization for the processing plant, grain elevator and loop observe procedure.

“We’re delighted that Bartlett chose to assemble their soybean crushing plant in this article. Montgomery County is an perfect spot for a key infrastructure job like this with our transportation connectivity and talented workforce,” said Agent Jim Kelly, Kansas State Legislature (District 11) and Interim Director of the Montgomery County Motion Council. “Bond incentives from Montgomery County as nicely as tax credits by means of the state’s Large Performance Incentive Method (HPIP) helped make this investment decision by Bartlett attainable, and our financial advancement packages also can gain other corporations.”

Bartlett is element of Savage, a world company of market infrastructure and provide chain expert services, centered in Salt Lake City, Utah. The firm is actively doing the job with companions in the agriculture and power industries to lead the buildout of renewable energy belongings and expert services across North The usa. For enterprise options, make contact with Jason Ray at [email protected] or (801) 944-6516.

About Bartlett
Recognized in 1907, Bartlett joined the Savage family of corporations in 2018. Its assorted agribusiness is centered on the acquisition, storage, transportation, processing, and merchandising of grain, and the firm is a foremost U.S. exporter of grain to Mexico. Bartlett supplies all courses of wheat, feed grains, food items-grade corn, and soybeans to millers and processors and generates a full line of commercial patent flours and animal feeds. For a lot more details, visit www.bartlettco.com.

Get in touch with
Jeff Hymas, Communications Director Bartlett, a Savage Firm
801-597-8201 [email protected]

Celebration Shots and Movie
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Attachments

Make contact with: Jeff Hymas Bartlett, a Savage Business 801-944-6584 [email protected]

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