Ukraine will export not more than 110 thsd tonnes of flour in 2020/21 MY, declared Rodion Rybchinskiy, Head of Millers of Ukraine, within Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa-2021 on May 27.
The higher demand for corn from China will push the volume of the global corn trade up by 7% in the current season, declared Denis Drechsler, Project Manager of Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS), FAO, within Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa-2021 on May 26.
Ukraine has virtually completed its corn season thanks to China, despite the fact that 3 months left until the calendar’s end of the season. The stocks of corn left for export is very low as of late May, declared Bogdan Kostetskiy, Partner of Barva Invest, within Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa-2021 on May 26.
Open joint meeting of Logistic committee of ЕВА and Transport working group of South Ukrainian office of ЕВА: “Infrastructure reforms 2021: challenges and expectations” will be held within the conference Grain & Maritime Days in Odessa-2021
Today Ukraine is among TOP-3 world exporters of grain, whereas before we only talked about it, declares the ex-president of UGA, Vladimir Klimenko.
For 20 years, V.Klimenko has played one of the most important roles in the formation of Ukrainian grain market.
APK-Inform forecasts the production of grains and pulses will reach 73.8 mln tonnes in Ukraine in 2021, up by 13% compared to the preceding season. Wheat crop will grow by 10% to 27.5 mln tonnes, barley crop will increase by 2% to 8 mln tonnes and corn – by 19% to 35.7 mln tonnes.
Three May days – 26-28 – in Odessa will be quite “hot”. We cannot grant warm weather, but we surely can “light up” the participants of XX International conference Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa with the bulk of currently important information about grain and maritime businesses.
In 2021, the largest international conference Grain&Maritime Days in Odessa to be held for the twentieth time! However, the long-lasting isolation has its effect, and APK-Inform and Interlegal are preparing for traditional meeting of grain and maritime professionals like never before.