Sugar line-up indicates the shipment of 2.261 million tonnesJun, 23, 2022 Posted by Gabriel Malheiros
The total number of ships waiting to ship sugar at Brazilian ports totaled 52 in the week ended June 22, compared to 47 in the previous week (ending June 15), according to a survey carried out by the shipping agency Williams Brasil.
According to the report, 2.116 million tonnes of sugar will be shipped compared to the projected 1.994 million the previous week. Most of it (1.936 million tonnes) will be shipped through the Port of Santos (SP). The Port of Paranaguá in Paraná shall receive 324,937 tonnes.
See below the track record of Brazilian sugar exports (HS 1701) between January 2021 and April 2022. The data below is from DataLiner.
Brazilian Sugar Exports (HS 1701) | January 2021 – April 2022 | WTMT
The sugar to be exported consists of VHP variety (2,186,770 tonnes), Cristal B150 (50,000 tonnes) and Refined A-45 (50,000 tonnes). The agency’s report considers the vessels that are already anchored, those that are waiting to berth, and those that are expected to arrive by July 15.
Source: Canal Rural
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