Tradiverse takes storage space at new export grain terminal at the Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana. The new export grain terminal will export competitively priced US grain.

Lake Charles, Louisiana – Tradiverse has taken storage space in the first new export grain terminal built in 30 years in the US Gulf.  Located in the Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana this accessible export grain terminal will provide local farmers with a reliable and consistent market for their crops as well as provide a robust shuttle train destination for US crops grown in the heartland of the United States. The export terminal will export high quality US grains to the world market, including the export destinations in East Asia, Africa, South America, Central America and the Middle East.

The export facility will allow Tradiverse to source, transport and market US grains at a competitive price to customers world-wide thereby increasing the choice that buyers of US grain have in choosing a supplier. The investment in this export grain terminal is a reflection of Tradiverse’s intent to grow in the region in order to serve its’ customers. Tradiverse is committed to being a reliable partner to farmers and grain merchandisers and a positive catalyst for development in the region.