North American-owned grain terminals hit in Russian attacks
Two North American-owned grain facilities in Ukraine were hit during a Russian attack earlier this week.
In an email statement to Brownfield, a company spokesperson said Viterra’s Everi vegetable oil terminal in Mykolaiv was damaged by a missile strike. There were no fatalities, and one employee was injured. Two storage tanks caught on fire and a third tank was damaged.
A Bunge grain facility was also hit during the attack. No employees were injured at the facility which has been closed since late February.