Russia grain market infrastructure: trends, potential and perspectives

25.07.2013

UkrAgroConsult  announces about the readiness of the new comprehensive multi-client study “RUSSIA GRAIN MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE: TRENDS, POTENTIAL AND PERSPECTIVES”

Out of the Black Sea countries, Russia has expanded its presence in the global grain market over the recent years. The increase in Russia’s export potential was greatly promoted by the grain market infrastructure’s development. In the future, its widening and upgrading will continue to be decisive factors for grain exports and market changes.

The study includes:

  •     Analysis of grain production and exports trends in Russia during 2000-2010;
  •     Analysis of grain export infrastructure system, including sea and river ports and terminals with the description of the competitive advantages of some southern ports, system of grain storage, the system of grain transportation both within the country and for exports. Separately you could know the further plans and intentions for new grain handling capacities construction;  
  •     Forecasts of Russia grain production and export potential for the period to 2020;
  •     Further possible perspectives of grain logistics developments with the estimates of grain export capacities.


CONTENT OF THE STUDY
SUMMARY

I. GRAIN PRODUCTION IN RUSSIA, 2000-2010
1.2.    Seeded Areas’ Structure.  Production by Crops. Competition with oilseeds    
А) Seeded Areas’ Structure
B) Competition with oilseeds
1.3.    Grain Quality
1.4.    Grain Production in Russia – Regional Outlook    
1.5.    Tendencies in Domestic Consumption    
    А) Food Consumption    
    B) Feed Consumption    
1.6. Grain Production and Export Forecast for Russia, 2012-2020
1.7. SWOT-analyses of Russia grain market

II. TENDENCIES IN GRAIN EXPORTS FROM RUSSIA    
2.1. Export Dynamics
2.2. Existing Grain Export Corridors    
2.3. Transit as one the of ways to deliver Russia grains on the global market    
2.4. Geography of Russian grain exports    
    А) Geography of wheat exports       B) Geography of barley exports       C) Geography of corn exports    
2.5. State regulation of the industry    

III. INFRASTRUCTURE OF RUSSIAN GRAIN MARKET    
3.1. Sea ports and grain handling terminals in Russia    
3.2. Estimates of grain handling capacities in the ports    
3.3. Grain terminals in the ports: description and competitive advantages    
    А) Sea ports of the Black Sea basin
    B) Sea ports of Caspian basin    
    C) Ports of the North-Western basin    
    D) Ports of Far East basin    
3.4. Rates for grain handling in the ports    
3.5. Plans to construct new capacities in the ports    
    А) Plans to construction and modernization of the specialized grain terminals and complexes in the South of Russia    
    B) Projects on construction of grain terminals in the Caspian ports    
    C) Projects on construction of grain terminals in the ports of Far East
3.6. River ports and terminals    
    А) River silos and terminals, the Don River    
    B) River silos and terminals on the Volga    
3.7. Exporters and operators in the ports    
    А) Exporters    
    B) Operators in the ports    

IV. RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE OF GRAIN MARKET    
4.1. Description of the branch    
4.2. Railcar fleet and its owners    
4.3. Tariffs    
4.4. Prospects of the branch    

V. GRAIN STORAGE SYSTEM    
5.1. Geographical boundaries of the commodity market    
5.2. Quantitative indicators of the market structure    
5.3. Economic concentration of entities in the grain storage service market    

VI. DELIVERY OF RUSSIAN GRAINS TO THE GLOBAL MARKET BY SEA TRANSPORT    
6.1. Structure of Grain Export Vessels (bulkers)    
6.2. Dynamics of grain freight rates from Russia

VII. PERSPECTIVES IN DEVELOPMENT OF GRAIN EXPORTS LOGISTIC SYSTEM IN RUSSIA    

The cost of the study is EUR2400-/USD3300-.

The buyers of the Study “Ukraine. Silos and Terminals-2010” will get 5% discount.