VITERRA received more than 14,000 tonnes into its sites last month, with total May deliveries from the 2021-22 harvest sitting at 5.8 million tonnes.
The majority of deliveries were lentils, wheat and barley, while faba beans and canola were also received.
More than 12,000t were received directly into port terminals, with grower and buyer customers utilising Viterra's new port-direct service.
Viterra operations general manager Gavin Cavanagh says port-direct was introduced to give customers greater flexibility.
"It enables growers to deliver on farm grain directly to port after harvest, ahead of when a buyer's vessel is loading," he said.
Post-harvest meetings across the network have wrapped up after sessions were held in each region for employees and strategic site committee chairs, who act as grower representatives.
"The meetings are an incredibly effective way to obtain feedback from employees and growers about the harvest," Mr Cavanagh said.
"We will continue to work closely with them throughout the year to ensure we are well prepared to deliver a valuable and efficient service for the 2022-23 harvest."
Viterra is also outturning grain to deliver a busy shipping program, with more than 4.6mt already loaded onto vessels.
Part of the shipping schedule includes around $500 million worth of canola, and is the state's largest export task of the oilseed on record. It includes the first shipment of genetically-modified canola.
This follows a record-breaking crop of around 480,000t of canola delivered into Viterra sites during the 2021-22 harvest.
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