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The prices that Turkey recently sold durum wheat in tenders

Published May 24, 2024

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The Turkish State Grain Board (TMO) sold around 75,000 tons of durum wheat to the trading house Casillo in an international tender on May 22. The price per ton was $366.50 and $365, both FOB, and the loading was scheduled between June 6 and June 28 from the Turkish ports of Mersina and Alexandretta. This sale follows two previous tenders in which over 125,000 tons of durum wheat were sold to Viterra and Casillo.
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The Turkish State Grain Board (TMO) announced that it has proceeded, on Wednesday (22/5), to sell approximately 75,000 tons of durum wheat through an international tender. The buyer was the trading house Casillo, which agreed at $366.50 (€337.93) and $365 (€336.55) per ton FOB. Loading should take place between June 6 and June 28 from the Turkish ports of Mersina and Alexandretta (Iskenderun). It was preceded by another sale of durum wheat from Turkey by tender, on April 30, 2024, totaling 100,000 tons. Offers were made and agreements signed for a 50,000 ton cargo with Viterra trading company as buyer at $377.10 (€347.71) a ton FOB from Alexandretta and a 25,000 ton cargo to Casillo trading company at $380 (€350.38) the ...
Source: Agrotypos
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