BLACK SEA CEREAL DATA: Ukraine’s grain exports still above 190,000 tons/day, up 67% YoY

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Grain exports from Ukraine averaged 194,000 t/day in the first 10 days of February, up 67% from the same period of 2021, maintaining the pace of the previous three months when combined shipments of maize, wheat, barley and rye exceeded 6 million t/month.

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Ukraine is one of the world’s largest grain exporters, accounting for 16% of total global corn exports this year and 12% of wheat, and has been in the spotlight this year due to fears that shipments to the country from being disrupted by an invasion by Russia. , which amassed troops on the Ukrainian border.

The year-on-year growth in Ukrainian exports reflects increased wheat and maize crops in 2021, which were mostly harvested in July and October respectively.

As of February 10, Ukraine had an additional 15.9 million tonnes of corn to export by June 30 to meet the US Department of Agriculture’s forecast of 33.5 million tonnes for the entire marketing year. It had an additional 6.1 million tonnes of wheat to export before then.

(February average daily loadings are based on cargoes that sailed from February 1-10)




Ukraine export terminals by volume of maize shipped/tonne from July 1 to February 10


July ’20-Feb 10 ’21


21 July-10 February 22


Chornomorsk


4,202,989


6,279,697.0


Pivdennyi


2,601,476


4,264,148.0


Mykolaiv


3,684,226


4,232,157.0


Odessa


1,633,642


1,747,438.0


Others


100 504


1,104,545.0

Ukraine export terminals by volume of wheat shipped/tonne from July 1 to February 10


July ’20-Feb 10 ’21


21 July-10 February 22


Chornomorsk


2,323,510


4,080,263


Pivdennyi


1,962,777


2,511,241


Mykolaiv


5,812,427


6,123,912


Odessa


1,498,359


1 806 597


Others


1,587,836


3,326,718

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