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10 Aug 2018 | Reese Ewing
Brazilian President Michel Temer signed the new truck freight bill into law this week, enshrining higher transport costs...
10 Aug 2018 | Rei Geyssens
Brazil’s production of soybean will fall 2 million next year to 117 million mt as farmers will plant less due to higher freight...
16 Jul 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s ports of Rosario and Quequen have signed an agreement with the main aim of improving logistics costs...
22 Jun 2018 | Reese Ewing, Tim Worledge
A multifaceted, chaotic logistics nightmare is in the offing at Brazil’s ports, as the lingering effect of strike action and a...
1 Jun 2018 | Reese Ewing
Truckers in Brazil finally ended their blockade of the main terminal area of the Port of Santos, one of the last holdout pockets of a...
23 May 2018 | Tom Houghton
A flash crash and a massive sell-off saw the Turkish lira slide to its lowest levels on record, compounding difficulties which...
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...
5 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
Algeria’s state grain agency OAIC paid an average of $229.39/mt for 388,000 mt of milling wheat at tender Wednesday, with France the most likely origin according to market sources.
29 Mar 2018 | John McGarrity
UN proposals to curb emissions from shipping will next week meet resistance from Brazil and Argentina, in view of the likely increased costs to commodities producers from near-term curbs on the speed of ships.
29 Mar 2018 | Tom Houghton
The agricultural trade on the Black Sea has become inadvertently caught up in the fallout of a banking scandal in Latvia and Estonia, with accounts summarily frozen, leading to losses and payment delays, market sources told Agricensus this week.
19 Mar 2018 | Rei Geyssens
Brazilian soybean farmers in Mato Grosso are looking to increase their Asian market share, having agreed a partnership with the Panama Canal Authorities last week.
13 Mar 2018 | Tom Houghton
Critical bottlenecks remain across the European Union’s grain storage and logistics system despite an increase in storage capacity across the continent, according to a report published by the European Commission Monday.
2 Mar 2018 | Tim Worledge
Logistics issues surrounding the key trading hub of the US Gulf have forced FOB and CIF premiums for US corn to diverge, as corn traders factor in potential demurrage costs, market sources have told Agricensus.