Peas, lentils, chickpeas and beans are the products on the board. It is a service provided for all the chain, which can be accessed through our institutional website.
Shipments of grains and by-products reach all-time record in September. Also, the shallowness of the river improved since August, which raised the average cargo of vessels. However, ports in Sothern Buenos Aires province remain relevant.
Although planting of corn 2021/22 has already started, the threat of a Niña event causes a higher share of parcels to be destined to late crops. As a result, April corn premium versus July delivery reaches a peak.
Ports located in Rosario hub can ship 166 M tons of grain per year, a volume that exceeds by 30% the total national production in the current 2020/21 crop season, as revealed by our annual survey.
In 2020, the agribusiness sector accounted for 1 out of every 5 pesos collected as tax by the National State, 1 out of 5 jobs, and 2 out of 3 dollars that entered the country on the concept of exports. Also, it represented 17% of the GDP.
We carried out a new survey about port terminals and factories in Rosario hub, which lets us assess the infrastructure of the area. In this report we have included added capacities of crushing, storage, receipt and shipment of goods.
In the following article an analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) of the Argentinian oil industry is presented, with a view on the future challenges faced by the agribusiness sector.
The low water level of Paraná River limits the loading possibilities in Rosario Hub and reduces export prices of the main soybean complex by-products, causing important losses.
The prices of ocean freight to our main export destinations doubled compared to a year ago. Should we ship all the exportable balance of crop season 2020/21 at these prices, the cost overrun would reach US$ 2,500 million.