It's critical. We're having trouble. Ontario may fall out of the soybean business to Europe because of costs. Europe is becoming a bit more protectionist, and so they are trying to buy their products in Europe. They can buy in local currency. The shipping is a lot easier. Whereas if they are going to buy with the U.S., because we're CBOT-based, logistics and shipping are absolutely huge. The practicalities are huge.
I was approached by someone locally who said they wanted to get into the soybean business and could they sell to us? No. From Sault Ste. Marie I have to ship it to Europe. It isn't going to work.
Logistics is huge. In Essex County it works better because they are closer to the hubs.
So rail.... We were shipping by vessel out of Goderich, and that was working well, but then for the food sector, we need a bit more protection so we have to do it by container.