Brazilian Ports experiencing loading delays due to inclement weather

March 2017

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The Club’s local correspondent in Brazil, Proinde, has issued a circular concerning the delay experienced in Brazilian ports in the loading of Soy for export.

Torrential rains in recent week’s have damaged a stretch of the main road route connecting the centre-west soy producing region to Brazil’s ports.

As a result, many of the ports have indicated that they are facing a congested period loading soy for export.

Proinde P&I’s circular contains an up-to-date synopsis of the current situation and is available to download here.