Parrish and Heimbecker buys four CPS outlets in Alberta

Parrish and Heimbecker has struck a deal with Crop Production Services to buy its outlets in Sedgewick, Wainwright, St. Paul, and Marwayne.

“P&H has been aggressively expanding its footprint on the crop input business across Canada,” said Justin Watson, the company’s national director of crop nutrients. “Expansion into this geography and working with the experienced staff at these four new locations will be a great opportunity.”

Parrish and Heimbecker has offices across the country, and its grain business includes trading, handling, marine and rail freight management to both domestic and export markets. Company divisions include P&H Milling and New Life-Feeds.

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