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National Oilseed Processors Association Welcomes New Member


Washington, D.C., December 14, 2016 – The National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) welcomes Express Grain Terminals, LLC as its newest Regular Member. Any person, firm, or corporation regularly engaged within the Continental limits of the United States in the actual processing of oilseeds for meal and oil using a solvent extraction process may become a regular member of NOPA upon the approval of the Board of Directors.


Express Grain Terminals, LLC will be reporting its monthly soybean crush data in NOPA’s Southeast Geographical Region. NOPA has six Geographical Regions for reporting crush: Illinois; Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan; Southeast; Southwest; Iowa; and Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana.


Express Grain Terminals, LLC, located in Greenwood, Mississippi, became a regular member on November 1, 2016, increasing the number of member companies to 13, with 64 plants located in 20 states including 58 plants that process soybeans.


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