Export of wheat from Ukraine exceeds last year's volumes by 79%

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Published Aug 21, 2023

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According to data from the State Customs Service and Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, the volume of grain and leguminous crop exports in the 2023/24 fiscal year is 16% higher than the previous season. This includes a 79% increase in wheat shipments, a 60% increase in barley shipments, and a 14% decrease in corn shipments. There are also plans to improve transportation and increase the volume of grain exports with Romania, Moldova, Latvia, and Lithuania.
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Follow the news in a convenient format: Follow us on Twitter Thus, since the beginning of the wheat season, 1.4 million tons have been shipped, which is 79% more than last year's volume. The supply of barley to foreign markets amounted to 410,000 tons, which is 60% more than last year. 0.6 thousand tons of rye were sent. 1.66 million tons of corn were exported, which is 14% less than shipments on the same date last season. Export of flour from Ukraine amounted to 16.8 thousand tons, which is 2.3 times higher than last year's figure (7.4 thousand tons). It should be noted that in 2022/23 MR, the export of grain and leguminous crops amounted to 49 million tons: wheat — 16.8 million tons; barley — 2.7 million tons; rye - 18 thousand tons; corn — 29.1 million tons; flour - 153.6 thousand tons We will remind you that in the near future Romania plans to double its own transit capacity for Ukrainian grain from two to four million tons. At a meeting with the European Commission, the ...
Source: Landlord
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