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Drought Knocks Grain Port from No. 2 Spot

Apr 26, 2024

Argentina's massive Rosario farming port lost its spot as the world's No. 2 grains export hub in 2023, a report from a local exchange showed on Friday, underscoring the impact of a historic drought that hammered corn, wheat and soy last year.Rosario shipped out 42.4 million metric tons of grains last year, falling below the sprawling Santos port in Brazil, which exported 62.3 million tons. New Orleans…

Argentina’s Grain Exports Could Jump 40%

Jan 04, 2024

“Argentina is on track to boost grain exports by 40% in 2024, recovering from last year’s drought which afflicted crops, but still below the 2019-2022 average. Climate patterns and government policy are shaping the outlook,” says Filipe Gouveia…

Congestion Plagues Brazil's Grain Ports

Dec 14, 2023

“Congestion for ships loading grain cargoes at Brazilian ports has surged this year due to large harvests and low water levels in the Amazon River. Between January and November, the average waiting time reached 15 days, up from nine days average…

Panama Canal Woes to Delay Grain Ships well into '24

Dec 11, 2023

Bulk grain shippers hauling crops from the U.S. Gulf Coast export hub to Asia are sailing longer routes and paying higher freight costs to avoid vessel congestion and record-high transit fees in the drought-hit Panama Canal, traders and analysts said…

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