The primary purpose of the Gavilon Project is to construct and operate a vegetable oil processing and storage tank distribution facility at the Port of Stockton to service food industry customers in CA. The Gavilon Project would involve three phases - demolition, construction, and operation. The first phase would include the demolition of an existing warehouse facility. The Gavilon Project would include a vegetable oil processing and distribution complex incorporating liquid storage tanks, ship unloading access, a combined rail/truck shipping station, vegetable oil processing buildings, an office and all necessary infrastructure. The design of the facility is intended to meet the highest standards of the food processing industry for cleanliness and energy efficiency. Trucks and railcars would distribute the product to customers.
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