Bins dry

23 Feb, 2006 01:03 PM

CO-OPERATIVE Bulk Handling (CBH) receival points have sustained minimal damage despite heavy rains and flooding in most of the Wheatbelt.

CBH operations manager Colin Tutt said thorough receival site inspections would take place once conditions allowed, but CBH staff had reported only minor damage.

"No bins have been damaged, but there is a small amount of earthmoving difficulties," Mr Tutt said.

"Some receival points in the Corrigin area have been difficult for growers to access, but we have made other sites open to those deliveries.

"Rail access to grain bins has been shut down in the Albany zone until rail damage is repaired."

Mr Tutt said CBH would help growers overcome the weather-imposed obstacles to get their grain to market.


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