Bunge Indiana soy plant shut after bin collapse
CHICAGO Oct 4 (Reuters) - A Bunge (BG.N) soybean processing plant in Morristown, Indiana, was down on Monday after a storage facility collapsed, trade sources said.
An employee at the plant said "there was a problem," but declined to give details. A company spokeswoman did not return a phone call or e-mail from Reuters.
The trade sources said the plant was unable to accept soybeans or deliver soymeal and could be down for two to four weeks. (Reporting by Meredith Davis; Editing by Walter Bagley)
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