Complete Grain Terminal – Auction Canceled
Formerly owned and operated by Global agriculture and food processing company
Prominent 3-acre parcel located along east bank of the Willamette River,
just north of the Portland Steel Bridge
$21.5 million equipment expansion in 2013
Rabin regretfully informs our valued customers that the Portland Grain auction scheduled for today, January 23rd, has been canceled.
An operator has stepped forward with an intent to lease the facility. A portion of the assets may become available for sale once an operator has determined their exact requirements.
This decision to cancel an auction is something we do as a last resort, and we apologize to each and everyone of you.
We value your business and hope to serve you at our future sales.
The Rabin Team
Grain Cleaning Circuit
The terminal’s grain cleaning circuit features (7) BM&M
“Super Deck” and “Super Screen” gyratory cleaning systems,
(2) Premier rotary cleaning banks (each bank consisting of (8) double
cleaner sets), Arrow Corp. destoner, plus thrasher with aspirator.
All the above are installed in a modular bolted structural building.
Dust Collection Systems
Located throughout the terminal are (15) Torit Donaldson
dust collection systems. All were installed in the 2013 expansion,
and come complete with connecting blowers, controls & ductwork.
Support systems include UBE Tuthill blower systems and diverter
assemblies, plus (2) new/uninstalled dust collection systems.
Conveyors & Elevators
A significant component of the 2013 expansion was the terminal’s
conveyor network, which included the replacement of all systems
with Hi Roller enclosed conveyor systems in both internal and external
areas of the terminal, not to mention (20) drag conveyors installations.
Assorted size elevators and weigh bin systems support the above.
The entire electrical grid was replaced in the expansion with Siemens
Tinstar motor control centers. During their initial visit to the terminal,
Rabin’s representatives counted over (300) combined MCC starter buckets,
(6) Barry Wehmiller Control-Tech Automation PLC cabinets, Illuminator
emergency circuit panels, plus assorted VFD’s and transformers.
Mobile assets include a Trackmobile TM400 rail car mover, Caterpillar
8000 lb. forklift, and JLG scissor type manlift. Power systems feature
Quincy Northwest V100M compressed air system with air dryer. The
terminal’s maintenance shop includes a full spare parts inventory, plus
pallet racking and storage containers. Q.A lab instruments also available.