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Lack of agreement on eGrain passport rollout

Lack of agreement on eGrain passport rollout

Key industry representatives in the grain supply chain failed to reach an agreement yesterday on the national roll out of an electronic grain passport – a six-year project being facilitated by AHDB. The Cereals Liaison Group met in London yesterday (Tue) to consider whether a nationwide roll out should go ahead based on a costed […]

Interesting times: exceptional surplus masks vulnerability in global grain markets

Interesting times: exceptional surplus masks vulnerability in global grain markets

Grain markets are entering an unprecedented fourth year of surplus but all is not as it first appears. With comfortable stocks and record production continuing to put pressure on world prices, a dramatic shift in global supply dynamics could add vulnerability to the market. For the UK though, the depreciation of the pound since June […]

Scientist’s maths formula offers improved yield for flour milling and massive global impact

Scientist’s maths formula offers improved yield for flour milling and massive global impact

Research by a University of Huddersfield scientist could aid the development of new strains of wheat that yield higher quantities of extra-nutritious flour. Professor Grant Campbell is a leading expert in cereal process engineering and is based in the University’s School of Applied Sciences. The milling of wheat and the complexities of its kernel are […]

Peel Ports London Medway opens new markets for Kent grain

Peel Ports London Medway opens new markets for Kent grain

The hugely significant first shipment of wheat to depart from Peel Ports London Medway on the Thames estuary is on the move this week – opening exciting new export market opportunities for farmers in Kent and Sussex. Wheat from over 30 farms in the area has been sourced by Glencore Grain to fill the 4,400 […]

Farm tech gains boosts South Australian grain harvest

Farm tech gains boosts South Australian grain harvest

Advances in farming technology are being credited for an average grain harvest in South Australia despite a major bushfire and challenging weather conditions. The state produced 7.2 million tonnes of grain in 2015/16, slightly down on the 7.6 million tonnes harvested in 2014/15. Although it was the seventh consecutive year the state was above its […]

Warburtons commits to five-year plan with growers

Warburtons commits to five-year plan with growers

Warburtons and its grain supply partner Openfield have agreed to extend their relationship for a further five years thereby giving its farmers the confidence to invest in their businesses. Openfield head of supply chain Sarah Bell welcomed the deal which will take the contract through to harvest 2021, reflecting Warburtons long-term commitment to the industry. […]

66,000t of barley heads for Saudi Arabia in UK’s largest export

66,000t of barley heads for Saudi Arabia in UK’s largest export

  Believed to be the largest shipment of barley loaded out of the UK, the Panamax-class vessel m/v Great Dragon 9 sailed for Saudi Arabia on the 2nd December with an expected passage time of 21 days via the Suez Canal. Using over 250 farmer and merchant suppliers, intake by road peaked at 8500t per […]

Louis Dreyfus Commodities acquires grain terminal in Azov, Russia

Louis Dreyfus Commodities acquires grain terminal in Azov, Russia

Louis Dreyfus Commodities Vostok LLC acquired today a grain terminal in Russia’s Rostov region. Currently under development, the terminal is located on a 20-hectare landplot in the Azov district on the river Don, and includes two berths and six silos. Upon completion, it will be used for the transshipment of grains on sea-river vessels with […]

DanCorn sold to American company

DanCorn sold to American company

DanCorn A/S, which sells equipment for grain handling, has been sold to the American company Sukup Manufacturing Co., which has been the company’s supplier of bins, equipment and dryers for 15 years. DanCorn was founded in Klejs near Juelsminde and has been domiciled in Hedensted since 2007. The company’s 40 employees were informed about the […]

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