Brazil debates using larger vessels to lower soybean export freight costs

The specialist recalled that a study conducted showed that, in Brazil, between 70% and 80% of the logistics costs associated with soybean exports are internal and are generated in inland transportation to Brazilian ports.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian expert Thiago Péra, a researcher at Esalq-LOG, said that larger ships would help reduce soybean export costs from Brazil to China by 14% as part of logistics actions that are commercial and more . . .

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