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Beginning of the Sugar Cane Harvest in BrazilCustomers and Partners,
It is with great satisfaction that we inform customers and partners that the 2021/2022 SugarCane Harvest has started in Brazil.
In April, the harvesting of sugar cane begins and the renewal of stocks of sugar, ethanol and derivatives.
This harvest begins with many challenges that can impact the supply of sugar, in summary, two ofthem concern producers and exporters, they are:
1 - The worsening of the pandemic in Brazil, which in the last few days, resulted in the expressiveand regrettable number of more than 4 thousand deaths / day.
Harder measures can be taken in the months of April and May, just when the harvest begins.
2 - The scarcity of containers and even ships for some routes has caused an increase in the pricesof maritime transport and this can directly impact the price, especially for container orders.
- The increase in inputs for sugar cane production in Brazil and the estimated reduction of almost 4%in production this year may impact prices, but will not influence supply.
The best time to negotiate Brazilian sugar supply contracts is at the beginning of the harvest, mainlybetween April and June.
If you have demands for Icumsa Sugar 45, 150, 200 or Brown Sugar VHP 600-1200, MELLOCOMMODITY can serve you with orders from 260 mt which corresponds to 10 containers, but isalso able to handle bulk ship orders from 12500 mt.
MELLO COMMODITY markets sugar through three major exporters, one of which has been in themarket for over 40 years. Our suppliers have preferential shares in 27 plants and this results in aservice capacity and a fair offer.
SPEAK NOW WITH OUR COMMERCIAL TEAM AND REQUEST A QUOTE: https://mellocommodity.com.br/quotation/
Note: Mello Commodity is not authorized to trade with intermediaries and does not pay any typeof commission.
Mr. Elias Pedrosa da Silva +55 35 991 295 296
Ms. Jacimara da Silva +55 21 976 723 023