Russia: Record crop vs Grain-handling capacities deficit
Rich grain harvest is expected in the Black Sea region countries in 2016. In particular, Russia is going to gather over 100 MMT of grain crop for the third consecutive year, which happens for the first time ever. Owing to high production Russia has already ranked first among largest wheat exporters in the world, leaving behind Canada and the USA. Moreover, a constant growth of corn production allows expecting some strengthening of Russia's role in the global grain market. In the new season Russia may set a new grain exports record.
The current level of transport and logistics infrastructure development in the Black Sea countries is the key problem for reaching their growing grain export potential.
How well is Russian grain-handling sector developed?
Will Russia maintain leadership in the export market in future, given the current trend of port industry development?
UkrAgroConsult is going to answer these questions in a new market study “Russia: Record crop vs Grain-handling capacities deficit”:
1. RUSSIA. GRAIN PRODUCTION
2. RUSSIA: DOMESTIC GRAIN CONSUMPTION
2.1. Food consumption
2.2. Russian livestock sector and compound feed Industry
3. GRAIN/CORN EXPORTS FROM RUSSIA. OVERVIEW
3.1. Overview of Grain Exports
3.2. Destination of Russian grain exports
3.3. Major players in the export market
3.4. Trade Policy
4. SEA PORTS AND GRAIN HANDLING TERMINALS IN RUSSIA
4.1. Estimates of grain handling capacities in ports
4.2. Grain terminals in ports: description and competitive advantages
4.3. Plans to construct new capacities in ports
4.4. River ports and terminals
5. SWOT-ANALYSES OF RUSSIAN GRAIN MARKET
The study is available in English and Russian.