A 30 million dollar grain terminal is being built at Wilkie, about 130 kilometers west of Saskatoon.
GrainsConnect Canada says Wilkie is the second location for the company, with a facility near Maymont nearing completion.
The company is a partnership of GrainCorp of Australia and Japanese-based Zen-noh.
Jim Wickett, chair of the Western Canadian Wheat Growers, says it is good news for farmers.
He says additional competition from grain companies can lead to higher prices and expanded markets.
The facility is expected to have 35 thousand tons of grain storage and be completed in July, 2018.