Russia grain market infrastructure: trends, potential and perspectives

25.07.2013

Comprehensive study using a «multi-client» system: "Russia grain market infrastructure: trends, potential and perspectives"
In recent years, Russia, which is among the Black Sea countries, has increased its presence in the global grain market. A big role in the increase in Russia’s export potential played development of grain market infrastructure.

The study "Russia grain market infrastructure: trends, potential and perspectives " includes:

  • Analysis of trends in production/export of grain from Russia during 2000 - 2011.
  • Assessment of production and export potential of Russia until 2020.
  • Analysis of grain export infrastructure, including sea and river ports and terminals, with description of competitive advantages of individual ports in the south of the country, as well as a system of internal storage, principles of grain transportation both domestically and for export. Separately are highlighted plans and intentions for further development of facilities for grain handling.
  • Trends in the formation of export price for Russian grain, taking into account dynamics of dry bulk market and freight rates in the region
  • Future prospects for development of logistics infrastructure with the assessment of export capacities.


Contents of the study "Russia grain market infrastructure: trends, potential and perspectives":

SUMMARY

I. CEREALS PRODUCTION IN RUSSIA, 2000 - 2011.

1.2. Structure of the crop. Production of each type of cereals. Competition with oil crops.
A) Structure of the crop
B) Competition with oilseeds

1.3. Grain quality

1.4. Regional perspectives of grain production in Russia

1.5. Trends in domestic consumption
A) Food consumption
B) Feed consumption

1.6. Forecast of grain production and export in 2013-2020

1.7. SWOT-analysis of Russian grain market

II. TRENDS IN GRAIN EXPORTS FROM  RUSSIA

2.1. Dynamics of export

2.2. Existing export corridors

2.3. Transit as a way of Russian grain supply to the world markets

2.4. Geography of the Russian grain exports
A) Geography of wheat exports
B) Geography of barley exports
C) Geography of maize exports  

2.5. State regulation of the industry

III. GRAIN MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE IN RUSSIA

3.1. Sea ports and terminals for transshipment of grain in Russia

3.2. Evaluation of grain handling capacities at ports

3.3. Grain terminals at ports: description and  competitive advantages
A) Black Sea ports
B) Caspian Sea ports
B) North-West Basin ports
D) Far East basin ports

3.4. Fees for grain handling in ports

3.5. Plans to build new facilities at sea ports
A) Plans for construction and modernization of specialized grain complexes in the ports of South Russia
B) Projects for grain terminals construction in the Caspian Sea ports
C) Projects for grain terminals construction in the Far East ports  

3.6. River ports and terminals
A) River Don elevators and terminals
B) River Volga elevators and terminals

3.7. Exporters and operators at the ports
A) Exporters
B) Port operators

IV. RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE GRAIN MARKET

4.1. Description of the industry

4.2. Rolling stock and its owners

4.3. Rates

4.4. Industry Outlook

V. GRAIN STORAGE SYSTEM

VI. RUSSIAN GRAIN SUPPLY TO THE WORLD MARKET BY MARITIME TRANSPORT

6.1. Structure of the used fleet

6.2. Dynamics of freight rates for grain exports from Russia

VII. PROSPECTS FOR GRAIN EXPORT AND LOGISTICS IN RUSSIA


Time of issue - September 2012.

 

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