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The CBH Group receives, handles, stores and outloads bulk grain at almost 200 receival points throughout the state's grain belt. The CBH Group's total storage capacity exceeds 19 million tonnes and on average, 10 million tonnes is received from WA's annual harvest.

The CBH Group's receival points are located across five management zones. Each zone is further divided into areas, with 12 areas throughout the state's grain belt. Administration offices servicing these areas exist at Albany, Esperance, Geraldton, Katanning, Kwinana, Lake Grace, Merredin and Northam. To view the CBH site map please click here.

Grain from each receival point is transported to one of four strategically located CBH port terminals at Albany, Esperance, Geraldton and Kwinana, or to the Metro Grain Centre (MGC) located in Forrestfield. The MGC is a sophisticated receival and distribution complex that consolidates grain from country storages before it is transported to CBH Kwinana Terminal for export, or bagged or containerised for niche export and domestic markets.

Capital investment in the expansion of the storage and handling system is subject to continuous performance monitoring to ensure that members are provided with superior service and ongoing value for money.

The effective and efficient management of all receival points is also facilitated by a complex information system, which integrates and links all information and process control systems to CBH's central computer, providing a direct link for customers and grower members over the Internet.

The CBH Group is also an innovator in the development of sealed storage technology and demonstrates significant expertise in fumigation, materials handling, storage and handling equipment.

The company's operational and engineering departments liaise closely to achieve world best practice in design and functionality of handling equipment, in order to create productivity and efficiency improvements.

The CBH Group has achieved Quality and Food Safety Assurance accreditation to the international standard AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008, ISO 22000:2005 and HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) Codex Alimentarious across all its operating zones.