Corporate News

24 May 2018 | Tom Houghton
Chinese state-owned trade house COFCO is considering a reported $400 million investment in a port terminal in Russia...
23 May 2018 | Tom Houghton
Egyptian state grain buyer GASC may be left without wheat cargoes it purchased at tender as its supplier has failed to...
17 May 2018 | Andy Allan
Brazil paper premiums in the Paranagua market fell to a three-month low on Wednesday, as poor crush margins kept...
16 May 2018 | Tim Worledge
In a shakeup of the US supply chain sector, two of the largest privately-owned US logistics companies are to merge...
11 May 2018 | Rei Geyssens
Australia’s major grain merchant Graincorp expects another challenging grain season, after a reduced grain crop...
8 May 2018 | Tim Worledge
Mitsui will close its loss-making Multigrain business as it struggles to find a foothold in the increasingly competitive...
8 May 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s oilseed crushing workers federation has confirmed plans to launch a national strike action if the...
4 May 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentine oilseed crushing worker unions are mulling whether to call a national strike due to a salary dispute with...
2 May 2018 | Tom Houghton
The outlook for global agriculture businesses is improving Bunge CEO Soren Schroder told analysts on an earnings call...
2 May 2018 | Andy Allan
A berth at a key port terminal in Argentina that was hit by a bulk carrier last week will remain out of action for several months...
1 May 2018 | Andy Allan
Soybeans crushed for March in the US came in line with analyst expectations, according to the USDA on Tuesday, with 182 million bushels, or 5.47 million st, put through the mill.