Minnesota Soybean Processors has entered into a service agreement with Bunge North America for its soybean processing facility in Brewster, Minn.
What does MSP stand for?
MSP stands for Minnesota Soybean Processors
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- Millisecond Pulsar
- Minimum School Program (Utah)
- Minimum Support Price (India)
- Ministarstvo Spoljnih Poslova (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Serbia and Montenegro)
- Ministerio de Salud Pública (Uruguay)
- Ministerstwo Skarbu Panstwa (Polish: Ministry of the Treasury)
- Ministerul Sanatatii Publice (Romanian: Ministry of Public Health)
- Minneaopolis St. Paul (Amtrak station code; Minneapolis Midway Station, MN)
- Minneapolis and St. Paul (Minnesota)
- Minneapolis, MN, USA - Minneapolis/St Paul International Airport (Airport Code)
- Minnesota State Patrol
- Minor Site Plan (zoning; various locations)
- Minority Student Program (various schools)
- Mission Services Program (US NASA)
- Mission Specific Processor
- Mission Strategic Plan
- Mission Support Plan
- Mission-Specific Platform (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program)
- Missionary Society of the Philippines (Christian organization)
- Mississippi State Penitentiary (maximum security prison)
Samples in periodicals archive:
July 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Minnesota Soybean Processors has entered into a service agreement with Bunge North America, Inc.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that board members of the Minnesota Soybean Processors have decided to postpone bid letting for a proposed $14-million, 30-gallon biodiesel production plant, thus delaying construction of the facility, which was originally scheduled to begin operating in June 2005.
Local Minnesota newspaper the Murray County News recently reported that officials with Minnesota Soybean Processors conducted a groundbreaking ceremony for a new 30-million-gallon biodiesel production plant earlier this month.
Alliance formed with crushing co-op Another group of Minnesota soybean producers formed a cooperative in 2000, Minnesota Soybean Processors (MSP), to build an 80,000 bushels-per-day soybean-crushing plant in Brewster, Minn.
The farmer owned cooperative of Minnesota Soybean Processors (Brewster, Minnesota), with construction management assistance and equity drive organizing help from the South Dakota Soybean Processors (Volga, South Dakota) has begun construction on a new soybean crushing and processing plant in Minnesota.
Minnesota Soybean Processors Cooperative plans to build a 100,000-bushels-per-day crushing plant at Brewster.