Grain export 2019/20: rye shipment 15x lower YoY

Infographic guide Ukrainian Agribusiness 2018/19


Since the start of 2019/20, Ukrainian seaports have shipped 34.2 mln t of staple grains for export vs. 26.39 mln t in the prior season's comparative period.

As of Jan. 22, commodities shipment increased by 7.8 mln t from the comparative period of the previous year, the information and analytical portal of the agro-industrial complex of Ukraine reports.

Grain export structure in the reporting period is as follows:

  • wheat — 15.48 mln t (4.26 mln t more y-o-y);
  • barley — 3.82 mln t (562 thou. t more y-o-y);
  • corn — 14.51 mln t (3.21 mln t more y-o-y);
  • rye — 5 thou. t (76.5 thou. t less y-o-y).

Earlier it was reported that grain prices in the Black Sea region continued recovering from the low point of the season reached in September 2019.

Agricultural products export from Ukraine (click for full resolution)

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