In 2020/21 MY, Ukraine had to import milling wheat from Belarus for the first time in its history, declared Rodion Rybchinskiy, Head of Millers of Ukraine, within Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa-2021 on May 26.
China has already announced the eradication of poverty. Thus, they decided to transform the Fund for fight against poverty into the Fund for rural areas renewal, declared Mikhail Malkov, Coordinator of FAO development programs in Ukraine, within Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa-2021 on May 26.
INTRESCO LTD sponsors the international conference Grain & Maritime Days in Odessa-2021. The company provides marine transportation services from all Ukrainian ports of Azov and Black seas to worldwide destinations.
“Market of grain processing” will be one of the main section of the conference Grain & Maritime Days in Odessa-2021. The experts will discuss the global and Ukrainian trends of flour and groats market.
The Project Manager of the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS, FAO), Denis Drechsler will make a presentation within the grain section “Global trends and Ukrainian realities” at Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa 2021.
Speaking about the development prospects of the agricultural sector in general and the grain market in particular in 2021/22 MY we should pay attention to one of the main drivers of the market – China.
In Ukraine, the share of grain cargo transportation by rail has been decreasing in recent years. In 2020/21 MY, it will reach 50-60% out of the total volume of grain export supplies. In particular, almost 35 mln tonnes of wheat, barley and corn were exported in July-March. At the same time, the total volume of transportation of these crops by rail amounted to 20.6 mln tonnes or 60% during this period, according to Rail.Insider’s data. This figure was 52% in 2020.
In a little while, on May 26, Odessa will hold large-scale three-day event that has been gathering the participants of grain and maritime markets for 20 years – Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa 2021.