Australia: Red meat exports through the Port of Melbourne reach an all-time high

Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 4, 2023

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Red meat exports through the Port of Melbourne reached a new high in October 2023, with nearly 5,000 containers. Packaged beef accounted for over 41% of the total output, followed by lamb. This growth in red meat exports is not limited to Melbourne, as Australian red meat exports hit a four-year monthly high in October 2023.
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Port of Melbourne chief executive Saul Cannon said “red meat remains a key driver of export volumes and represents the port's fifth-largest containerized export commodity group.” The sector saw significant growth last year, with October 2023 exports up 23% from the previous year. Throughout the season, 42,329 TEUs have been shipped. This upward trend is reflected across the country, as Australian red meat exports in October 2023 hit a four-year monthly high. In Victoria, the previous peak in red meat exports was ...
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