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AWB Managing Director Andrew Lindberg announced today that the Crystal Brook AWB Grain Centre has been re-opened.
The Crystal Brook site was re-opened this morning following the establishment of a safety exclusion zone around the damaged over-rail bin. The site was opened following discussions and involvement from South Australian Workplace Services inspectors.
"The over-rail bin area will remain secure until a full investigation has been completed to determine the cause of the incident," said Mr Lindberg.
The investigation is currently underway and is being led by Bardavcol - the firm responsible for the design and construction of AWB’s South Australian Grain Centres.
"AWB is utilising mobile grain handling equipment to make the site operational and will offer the following segregations - H2, APW2 and GP1," said Mr Lindberg.
The site was closed following damage to the over-rail bin on Thursday, November 28.
AWB’s Grain Centre at Mallala was reopened on Saturday 30 November and AWB’s Grain Centre at Pinnaroo was reopened on Sunday 1 December following the completion of a safety check and engineering report at these sites.
As AWB's Maitland Grain Centre does not have rail out-loading facilities, this site has remained open for deliveries as usual.