Ipswich Grain Terminal is a major agribulk facility based within the Port of Ipswich. It provides a fast, efficient service, handling a wide range of food and feed commodities.
Ipswich Grain Terminal’s location in the heart of East Anglia, the bread basket of England,
makes it a key port for the export of grain. It is one of the leading grain export facilities
in the UK, and in 2012/13 handled 33% of the UK’s wheat exports. Ipswich Grain Terminal offers
customers excellent transport links to and from the port, with easy access to the A12/A14.
Ipswich Grain Terminal offers the following agribulk activities:
- Sampling & Analysis
Quality and Accreditations
Ipswich Grain Terminal is committed to providing an excellent service to its customers. This includes full traceability and policies/procedures to protect food/feed safety. Ipswich Grain Terminal has developed comprehensive Quality Management Systems, which has enabled it to attain the following accreditations/certificates.
- TASCC - Code of Practice for the Storage of Combinable Crops and Animal Feeds.
- TASCC - Code of Practice for the Testing of Combinable.
- ISO 14001 – Environmental Management
- OFF - Organic Feed Federation.
- UKWA – United Kingdom Warehouse Association
Ipswich Grain Terminal was founded in 1980 as a joint venture between Pauls Malt Ltd and International Corn Co Ltd. As a result the silo facility was designed with the purpose of being able to handle both Grain and Malt.