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Kwi 15 B Kwi BFED1 FIS 228 - -
Alb 15 B Alb BFOD1 FIS 271 - -
Esp 15 B Esp BAUD1 FIS 292 - -
Kwi 15 B Kwi BAUD1 FIS 297 - -
Esp 15 C Esp CAN1 FIS 546 - -
Kwi 15 C Kwi CAN1 FIS 546 - -
Ger 15 C Ger CAN1 FIS 520 - -
Kwi 15 C Kwi CAG1 FIS 495 - -
Alb 15 C Alb CAG1 FIS 490 - -
Esp 15 C Esp CAG1 FIS 493 - -
Kwi 15 L Kwi LUP1 FIS 330 - -
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Freight Rates

9th Feb 2016

  • CBH freight invoices were issued at the end of last week.

  • Freight rates from the 2015/16 harvest have been finalised and revised lower by an average of 2.5% compared to pre-harvest estimates.


1st Feb 2016

  • Noble Group has announced the sale of its 49% share in Noble Agri to COFCO. (COFCO is a Chinese state owned food processing company).

  • Noble Agri was a joint venture between Noble and COFCO.

  • COFCO will assume complete ownership under its subsidiary Viva Trade Investments.

CBH Annual Report

15th Jan 2016

  • CBH have reported an annual net profit of A$82.7 million for 2014-15, compared to $149.2 million in the same period of last year.

  • Total revenue totalled $3.7 billion, down 5.2% from the previous year.

  • 13.6mmt of grain was produced in 14/15, the fourth largest production on record.

  • A $16.7 million loss in marketing and trading activities was reported, largely due to strong declines in grain and commodity markets.

  • CBH invested $177.4 million in capital expenditure and maintenance of the network.

Quality Optimisation Cut Off Dates

14th Jan 2016

  • A reminder that the cut off dates for quality optimisation for the 15-16 season are approaching.

  • QO closes in Esperance and Geraldton on Friday the 15th January.

  • Albany and Kwinana QO close on Friday 22nd January.

  • Ensure all grain has been optimised before these dates.

GrainCorp in Canada

15th Dec 2015

  • GrainCorp has announced plans to expand their operations in Canada by opening grain receival sites across Alberta and Saskatchewan.

  • It is a joint venture with Zen-Noh Grain Corporation, a subsidiary of the major Japanese agriculture cooperative Zen-Noh.

  • GrainCorp holds a 50% share.

  • In the start-up phase GrainCorp will contribute $30m over the next two years.

  • The sites will be part of a fully integrated supply chain for the organisation, marketing, storage, handling, distribution and exporting of Canadian grain.