Soybean crushing in Ukraine to hit a high this season

15.06.2018

Ukraine’s large and medium-sized crushers produced 19.8 KMT of soybean oil in April 2018, i.e. 5.3% less than in the previous month but 40.4% more than in April 2017. As a reminder, March 2018 featured the highest-ever monthly volume of soybean oil production in Ukraine, reports UkrAgroConsult.

Overall soybean oil output in September-March 2017/18 reached 138.6 KMT that was up almost 27% on the year and the highest for this period.

 

 

Ukraine. Viktor & K expanding end-markets for its products

The private enterprise Viktor & K is expanding the geography of exports: its products will be supplied to the markets of Germany, Belgium, Tanzania, Kuwait, Gambia, and Guinea-Bissau, the company’s press office reports.

In addition, Viktor & K continues stepping up export supplies to Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Reportedly, the destinations of its exports currently include over 85 countries.

As a reminder, the private enterprise Viktor & K was founded in December 1992. A sunseed processing unit with a capacity of 30 MT per shift was built in 2001. In February 2002, Viktor & K registered the brand Korolivsky Smak, under which its products are produced and marketed. A sunoil bottling line and a mayonnaise plant were put into operation in 2002.

Detailed information on price developments of the oilseeds and vegoils market in the countries of Black Sea Region is available to subscribers for weekly market report "Black Sea Vegoils" by UkrAgroConsult.

Further prospects of the Black Sea oilseeds/vegoils market will be discussed at the VI International Conference “Black Sea Oil Trade”, which will take place on September 20, 2018 in Hilton hotel, Kiev, Ukraine.

Annual International Conference “Black Sea Oil Trade” – is an effective platform for networking with oilseed industry operators and discussion of the latest drivers in oilseed and vegoil sector of Ukraine and Black Sea region.

 

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