A new grain trader, Mak Holding, enters the Ukrainian market

The company founded by Aleksandr PanMak Holding, starts operations in Ukraine. The basic direction of its activity is wheat export from the Black Sea region and other countries of Europe to the world market.

"Our company will become a reliable partner for Ukrainian agriproducers. Our counterparts in Hungary, Bulgaria, France, Germany and Poland can confirm this. As we actively master modern logistics tools and innovative analytics, we are focused on the International Grain Trade Coalition (IGTC), the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), the Grain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA) and the U.S. Wheat Associates," the company says in a statement.

According to the head of the grain trader, the list of company's services includes the purchase and sale of grain, standardization, storage and logistics. Mak Holding applies both the American scale (Durum, HRS, HRW, SRW, HW, SW) and European criteria in the field of wheat quality assessment standardization.

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