GrainsConnect Canada is expecting to announce construction of a second grain terminal in Saskatchewan in two to three months.
The company had the official sod-turning last week at its first terminal in Saskatchewan at Maymont in the northwest.
The terminal will cost 30 million dollars.
President Warren Stow says Maymont was chosen as the first location because it is in the midst of an important grain production region.
He says a second location for Saskatchewan will be announced in 60 to 90 days.
The Maymont terminal is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2017.
The concrete terminal will have a capacity of 35 thousand tons.
GrainsConnect Canada is a joint partnership between Australian-based GrainCorp and Zen-noh, a Japanese livestock co-operative.