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When you think of a structure housing bulk goods like animal feed or fertilizer and the heavy equipment to move it, you probably think of a corrugated steel warehouse or a concrete dome.
If you want to make a dent in this industry, you may be better off choosing a structure you can’t make a dent in—a fabric building.
Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company (CTLC) is one of the largest logistics handlers of bulk commodities in…
Source URL: Why a Bulk Commodities Facility Chose Fabric Buildings
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com