Sugar: line-up confirms shipments of 3.475m tonnesAug, 08, 2022 Posted by Gabriel Malheiros
The total number of ships waiting to conclude shipments of sugar at Brazilian ports was 83 in the week ended August 3, compared to 78 in the previous week (July 27), according to a survey carried out by the shipping agency Williams Brasil. The report shows 3.475 million tonnes of sugar are scheduled, compared to 3.665 million the previous week.
The majority (2.793 million tonnes) of sugar shipments should occur through the Port of Santos (SP). The Port of Paranaguá will receive the second-largest volume (662,427 tonnes), and São Sebastião, in São Paulo, 20,000 tonnes. The cargoes to be exported consist of VHP sugar (3,311,576 tonnes), granulated sugar B150 (113,876 tonnes), and refined sugar A-45 (50 thousand tonnes).
See below the track record of the volume of sugar shipped by Brazil between Jan. 2021 and June 2022. The information below was gathered by Datamar’s business intelligence team through the platform DataLiner.
Sugar exports from Brazil | Jan 2021 – Jun 22 | WTMT
The agency’s report considers the vessels already anchored, those waiting to be berthed, and those expected to arrive on September 3.
Source: Canal Rural
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