A major grain processing company is moving its headquarters to Saskatchewan.
Agrocorp is moving its head office from Vancouver to Moose Jaw, where the company has a high-speed grain loading and cleaning facility.
The company expects to add 20 new jobs as the company expands over the next three years in Moose Jaw.
Premier Brad Wall says attracting head offices of companies has been a priority of his government.
He met the chairman of Singapore-based Agrocorp during an Asian trade mission and encouraged the company to invest in Saskatchewan.
Agrocorp has a long-history of buying Canadian grains, pulses, oilseeds and specialty crops.
Last year, the company exported 1.75 million tonnes of Canadian pulses, grains,and oilseeds.
Agrocorp has four processing plants in Canada.
The Moose Jaw high speed pulse handling facility opened in 2013 and cost 20 million dollars.