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12

Apr 2021
Grain prices surge in Australia last week

USDA monthly estimate resulted in a high in grain prices and Australia was no exception [PAID=]Domestic grain prices in Australia surged in the week ending on April 9, reports QueenslandCountryLife. ...

05

Apr 2021
Grain logistics back to normal in Queensland

After 2 weeks of flood disruptions, rail lines in the Australian state are returning to normal [PAID=]Grain logistics across Queensland is returning to normal as road and rail lines reopen after two ...

05

Apr 2021
Rice terminal in Rio Grande operates first grain shipment

... to safety, the Rice Logistics Terminal (TLA) operated the first shipment of the grain, reports Portos e Navios. In the Port of Rio Grande, the structure occupies the space of the former State Company ...

26

Mar 2021
China’s grain prices achieve record-high in March

The highest increase in price was set for corn, which rose 55 percent year-on-year in the national market In China, grain prices have risen continuously since last year, reports FitchRatings. March ...

25

Mar 2021
Japanese grain imports from the US shift to rice as corn prices soar

... prices rose, reports World-Grain. The USDA dropped Japan’s corn imports for the 2021-22 marketing year to 15.75 million tons due to suppressed feed use and weak food, seeds and industrial (FSI) demand. ...

12

Mar 2021
Brazilian grain harvest forecast for 2021 rises to 263.1 million tons

The record harvest forecast was risen by 9 million tons or 3.5 percent over 2020's production [PAID=]In Brazil, grain harvest is estimated to achieve a record of 263.1 million tons in 2021, 9 million ...

05

Mar 2021
Ukraine grain harvest projected to set record-high in 2021

Grain harvest could achieve above 75 million tons in the country [PAID=]Ukrainian winter grain crops were huge thanks to favourable weather, and could achieve a record harvest above 75 million tons in ...

05

Mar 2021
Australian grain prices to weaken over the next months

Tight coarse grain supplies at present are supporting prices, but they are expected to fall 5 percent over the 2021-22 period [PAID=]Australian grain prices trend higher due to higher demand and climate ...

01

Mar 2021
US grain futures show mixed trends for long and short term

For the short term all grain prices could contract, for the long term, the market remains intact [PAID=]Long term versus short term US grain prices diverge, according to Successful Farming. For the ...

26

Feb 2021
Brazilian study points solutions to decrease Panama Canal's grain freight cos

Brazilian ports could lower operating costs, fuel and emissions using different routes [PAID=]The Panama Canal could decrease grain freight up to 35 percent if companies and producers used sea routes ...

22

Feb 2021
Woodgrain joins the American Forest Resource Council

The company has sawmills in Idaho and Oregon The American Forest Resource Council (AFRC) announced on its website that Woodgrain is its newest member. The company that has sawmills in Idaho and Oregon ...

18

Feb 2021
Australian grain prices weaken in the second week of February

Queensland grain values for wheat were at USD 310 a ton and barley at 275 a ton for March delivery [PAID=]Increased farmer selling in southern markets, as well as a sell-off in global grain prices pressured ...

12

Feb 2021
GrainCorp set to store its biggest export shipments in years

The Australian company posted a profit of USD 85 million in 2020-21 GrainCorp, in Australia, is on track to store 16.5 million tons of grain in its east coast silos, its biggest export shipments in years, ...

10

Feb 2021
European wheat prices rise as grain belts suffer with freezing temperatures

Prices increased on February 8 as the cold weather postponed sowings [PAID=]European wheat prices rose on January 8, as US and European grain belts suffered with the freezing temperatures, reports Business ...

09

Feb 2021
Russia's KSK grain handling reaches record-high in 202

The Russian port achieved the record of 5 million tons handled in 2020 In Russia, KSK, which is part of port stevedoring company DeloPorts, claimed to have established a new annual record for grain ...

03

Feb 2021
Egypt's state grains buyer receives lowest offer for wheat from French supplie

Egypt's state grains buyer received the lowest offer for wheat in international purchase tender [PAID=] Egypt's state grains buyer, the General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC), on January 2, received ...

03

Feb 2021
CBH speeds up grain transportation

Australian shipping company accelerated exports to meet international demand CBH Group accelerated export activities to meet strong international demand for Western Australian grain, reports Farm Weekly. ...

27

Jan 2021
Russia restricts grain exports to regulate food prices

Russia restricted exports of some grains in January 9 to regulate food prices In an attempt to regulate and reduce food prices, Russia announced it restricted exports of some grains and oilseeds, according ...

21

Jan 2021
Grain volumes boost rail traffic in the United States

Weekly volumes rose last week nearly 6 percent year-on-year [PAID=]Higher grain volumes boosted rail traffic in the United States last week, with weekly volumes rising nearly 6 percent compared with ...

21

Jan 2021
Grain volumes boost rail traffic in the United States

Weekly volumes rose last week nearly 6 percent year-on-year [PAID=]Higher grain volumes boosted rail traffic in the United States last week, with weekly volumes rising nearly 6 percent compared with ...

14

Jan 2021
Brazilian grain harvest to increase in 2021

IBGE expects grain harvest to reach a record-high at 260.5 million tons [PAID=] Brazilian grain harvest is expected to reach a record-high of 260.5 million tons in 2021, according to Portos e Navios. ...

13

Jan 2021
Grain producers strike in Argentina may last longer than expected

Agro strikers in Argentina can stop longer than the expected January 13 The strike of grain producers in Argentina was expected to end on Wednesday 13, reports Portos e Navios. However, producers see ...

06

Jan 2021
Port of Paranaguá forecasts grain exports growth in the first quarter of 2021

In the first quarter of last year, the port handled 5.4 million tons of agriculture products [PAID=]The Port of Paranaguá, in Brazil, predicts a 11 percent increase in grain exports in the first quarter ...

05

Jan 2021
Grain ships stuck in Argentina due to strike

The workers strike started on December 9 A port-side oilseed worker’s strike in Argentina stalled more than 140 grain ships exporting agricultural goods, according to Hellenic Shipping News. Started ...

05

Jan 2021
Russian grain exports increase in 2020

Grain exports from the country to China have grown 11 percent year-on-year [PAID=]Russian grain exports to China have grown 11 percent compared to 2019, exceeding 1.88 million tons. The exports have ...

14

Dec 2020
Brazil to harvest 265.9 million tons of grain in the 2020/2021 season

Despite the amount being lower compared to November, due to the lack of rain in the South Region, the outlook remains a new record [PAID=]Brazil is expected to harvest 265.9 million tons of grain in ...

09

Dec 2020
Canadian National Railway sets new grain movement record in November

This follows an all-time record moved in October The Canadian National Railway Company (CN) has set a new grain movement record in November, with over 3.12 million metric tons of Canadian grain moved, ...

07

Dec 2020
U.S. and Canadian railroads move higher grain volumes boosted by export demand

U.S. soybean exports is expected to grow in the 2020-2021 crop year [PAID=]Pushed by export demand, U.S. and Canadian railroads continued to move significant amounts of grain in November, informs Hellenic ...

04

Dec 2020
Revenue from grain exports from Argentina grows in November

Figures increased month-on-month, but declined year-on-year [PAID=]Revenue from grains and derivatives exports from Argentina amounted to USD 1.734 billion in November, an increase of 1.1 percent compared ...

03

Dec 2020
Grain inspectors strike affects ports handling in Argentina

The work stoppage affected a few ports in Rosario, Quequen and Bahia Blanca A wage strike by grains inspectors and oilseed workers that had halted activity at some Argentine grains ports was scheduled ...

02

Dec 2020
Australia's Roc Partners acquires Emerald Grai

The company has bulk handling facilities through eastern Australia capable of taking over 1.5 million tons Australian investment firm Roc Partners has acquired Emerald Grain, which is owned by Japanese ...

01

Dec 2020
China's demand for grains remains strong in Octobe

Corn and soybean imports increased year-on-year in the month [PAID=]China's demand for grains continued strong in October, led primarily by demand from the country's rapidly rebounding pork sector, according ...

30

Nov 2020
Grain harvest in Murray Valley likely to reach 8.8 million tons in the 2020/21 season

It is expected to be the fourth biggest on record in South Australia [PAID=]Heavy spring rains have contributed to an estimated 8.8 million tons grain harvest in Murray Valley, the fourth biggest on ...

23

Nov 2020
Unshipped grain exports from the US reach record-high

Exports of grain in the week ending October 29 were almost triple the same time last year [PAID=]Unshipped export sales of corn, wheat, and soybeans reached a record 64 million metric tons in the week ...

20

Nov 2020
GrainCorp sets new daily record intake of 362,000 tons

The previous daily record of 355,000 tons was set in the 2016-17 harvest [PAID=]Australia's bulk handler GrainCorp has set a new daily record intake on Wednesday, at 362,000 tons, informs Grain Central. ...

12

Nov 2020
ADM's grain handling grows in Brazilian terminal

The company records strong results in its two main port terminals, the Port of Santos, in São Paulo, and the Grain Terminal Ponta da Montanha (TGPM), in Barcarena, in the state of Pará [PAID=]Brazil' ...

12

Nov 2020
Australia's GrainCorp says exports to China are not disrupted by political tension

The company's boss, Robert Spurway, said it has very close ties with its Chinese customers and its grain is competitively priced in most markets [PAID=]Despite the recent tensions between Australia and ...

04

Nov 2020
VLI takes over operations of terminal in Porto Franco eyeing grain exports growth

The company intends to increase grain handling in the terminal by more than 30 percent [PAID=]Logistics company VLI took over, on Friday, the operation of an intermodal terminal located in Porto Franco, ...

23

Oct 2020
Investment projects to boost South Australia’s grain industry and increase exports

The AUD 3 million projects are part of a plan to grow food, wine and agribusiness industries revenue Two projects designed to increase exports, worth AUD 3 million, will boost South Australia’s grain ...

20

Oct 2020
South Australia's Viterra receives 10,440 tons of grai

The current harvest has been delivered into 14 Viterra sites [PAID=]South Australia’s major bulk handler, Viterra, has received 10,440 tons of grain in the week, as the state’s harvest increases pace, ...

06

Oct 2020
Kazakhstan harvests 20.1 million tons of grain

The amount allocated for exports will be about 7 to 8 million tons of grain [PAID=]According to Kazakhstan's Agriculture Minister, Saparkhan Omarov, a total of 20.1 million tons of grain, with the average ...

28

Sep 2020
Kazakhstan’s grain exports to reach 6.7 million tons

... due to higher crop quality. This is an increase from last season’s 6.6 million tons, as reported by Kazakh Grain Union board member Alexander Malov. With its harvesting campaign almost complete, Kazakhstan’s ...

25

Sep 2020
U.S. corn and soybean futures fall on grain harvest pressure

Export sales and concern other weather damage led to a rally in Chicago prices [PAID=]According to Successful Farming, on Thursday, September 24, U.S. corn and soybean futures declined to the lowest ...

23

Sep 2020
Beirut’s grain silo to be rebuilt by Kuwait

The grain silo was the main entry point for food imports According to Construction Week Online, Kuwait has confirmed that it will rebuild grain silo that was destroyed by the port explosion in Beirut, ...

22

Sep 2020
Kazakhstan’s grain harvest surpasses forecasts

So far, farmers have threshed 18.2 million tons of grains and pulses [PAID=]According to Successful Farming, farmers in Kazakhstan have already harvested 93.4 percent of the sown area and have threshed ...

18

Sep 2020
DeloPorts grain terminal raises additional RUB 3.4 billion

The additional funds are intended for the construction of a deep-water berth [PAID=]According to Port News, the JSC Grain Terminal KSK of DeloPorts has raised an additional RUB 3.4 billion from Alfa-Bank, ...

18

Sep 2020
Grain exports increase by 27 percent in the ports of the Krasnodar Territory

Grain exports surpassed 19 million tons [PAID=]According to Port News, in the first eight months of 2020, the amount of grain and grain products exported through the checkpoints of the Krasnodar Territory ...

14

Sep 2020
Chicago grain prices rise due to demand from China

Strong Chinese demand and lower U.S. production forecast led to higher prices [PAID=]According to Successful Farming, Chicago grain prices have risen over the past week, mainly driven by a strong demand ...

14

Sep 2020
Pan Ocean becomes stakeholder of the Export Grain Terminal (US)

The company is looking to expand its global presence According to the Korea Herald, Pan Ocean Co., South Korea's top bulk carrier, has bought a 36.25 percent share in the Export Grain Terminal (EGT), ...

11

Sep 2020
Great Lakes’ grain exports rise by 13 percent

The increase was driven by strong demand for grain [PAID=]According to the Belleville Intelligencer, so far, since the beginning of the year, the shipments of Canadian grain moved through the Great Lakes ...

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