WHEAT

- Sept 30 - Ethiopia seeks 80,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat

- Sept 15 - Turkey's TMO seeks 500,000 MT of red milling wheat (min. 12.5% protein) for Sept 23-Oct 16 shipment

- Sept 15 - Trading Corporation of Pakistan seeks 175,000 MT of optional-origin wheat for arrival by Dec 31

- Sept 11 - Saudi Arabia’s SAGO seeks 715,000 MT of wheat, 12.5% protein, for November-January shipment     

- Sept 11 - Tunisia's state grains agency bought 75,000 MT of optional-origin durum wheat for Oct 5-25 shipment and 25,000 MT of soft wheat for Oct 20-Nov 5 shipment:

  • 25,000 MT of soft milling wheat from Casillo at 240.89 $/mt c&f;
  • 50,000 MT of durum wheat from Casillo at 317.68 $/mt c&f;
  • 25,000 MT of durum wheat from Cofco at 314.69 $/mt c&f

- Sept 9 - Jordan bought 60,000 MT of optional-origin hard milling wheat from Nibulon at 252.60 $/mt c&f for the second half of October shipment      

- Sept 9 - Pakistan's private company bought 60,000 MT of milling wheat from Olam at 248 $/mt c&f for October shipment

- Sept 3 - Importers in the Philippines bought about 110,000 MT of feed wheat, probably from Australia, in two 55,000 MT consignments for November-December shipment at around 255 $/mt c&f

- Sept 3 - Egypt's GASC bought 55,000 MT of Russian wheat from Cargill at 240.50 $/mt c&f (225 fob+15.5 freight) for November 5-15 shipment

- Sept 3 - Japan bought 106,937 MT of food wheat:

  • 10,330 MT of western white US wheat for Dec 31 arrival;
  • 18,230 MT of hard red winter US wheat for Dec 31 arrival;
  • 26,825 MT of dark northern spring US wheat for Oct 21-Nov 20 shipment;
  • 31,067 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat for Oct 21-Nov 20 shipment;
  • 20,485 MT of Australian standard white wheat for Nov 1-30 shipment

- Aug 27 - Japan bought 100,952 MT of food wheat for October shipments:

  • 15,830 MT of western white US wheat;
  • 29,820 MT of hard red winter US wheat;
  • 17,501 MT of dark northern spring US wheat;
  • 37,801 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat;

- Aug 27 - Taiwan Flour Millers' Association bought 99,895 MT of US milling wheat in two consignments:

  • The first consignment was bought from CHS and has an additional charge of 27.49 $/mt for ocean shipping from the US Pacific North West coast to Taiwan for shipment between Oct 13-27:
    • 30,955 MT of dark northern spring wheat (14.5% protein) at 273.19 $/mt fob;
    • 14,160 MT of hard red winter wheat (12.5% protein) at 264.74 $/mt fob;
    • 5,285 MT of soft white wheat (9% protein) at 226.16 $/mt fob.
  • The second consignment has an additional charge of 28.48 $/mt for ocean shipping from the US Pacific North West coast to Taiwan for shipment between Oct 29-Nov 12:
    • 30,635 MT of dark northern spring wheat (14.5% protein) from Columbia Grain at 271.14 $/mt fob;
    • 14,030 MT of hard red winter wheat (12.5% protein) from ADM at 263.62 $/mt fob;
    • 4,830 MT of soft white wheat (9% protein) from Columbia Grain at 226.23 $/mt fob

- Aug 27 - South Korea's Nonghyup Feed Inc. (Nofi) bought 65,000 MT of optional-origin feed wheat from Cofco at 245.95 $/mt c&f plus a 1.25 $/mt surcharge for additional port unloading for Dec 25 arrival

- Aug 26 - Jordan bought 60,000 MT of optional-origin hard milling wheat from Nibulon at 237.5 $/mt c&f for the first half of October shipment

- Aug 25 - Egypt's GASC bought 530,000 MT of wheat from Russia:

  • for October 11-20 shipment:
    • 60,000 MT of Russian wheat from Agro AST at 227.50 $/mt c&f (213 fob+14.5 freight);
    • 55,000 MT of Russian wheat from GTCS at 227.86 $/mt c&f (213 fob+14.86 freight);
    • 60,000 MT of Russian wheat from Grain Export at 228.35 $/mt c&f (213 fob+15.35 freight);
    • 55,000 MT of Russian wheat from GTCS at 228.73 $/mt c&f (213 fob+15.73 freight).
  • for October 21-31 shipment:
    • 60,000 MT of Russian wheat from Solaris at 227.17 $/mt c&f (213.33 fob+13.84 freight);
    • 60,000 MT of Russian wheat from Agro AST at 227.73 $/mt c&f (213.33 fob+14.4 freight);
    • 60,000 MT of Russian wheat from Solaris at 227.83 $/mt c&f (213.33 fob+14.5 freight);
    • 120,000 MT of Russian wheat from Grain Export at 228.35 $/mt c&f (213 fob+15.35 freight)

- Aug 25 - Turkey's TMO bought 390,000 MT of red milling wheat for Sept 4-20 shipment and 110,000 MT of durum for Sept 15-Oct 10 shipment:

  • 30,000 MT, 12.5%, from Aston at 220.84 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 30,000 MT, 13.5%, from GTCS at 226 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 25,000 MT, 13.5%, from GTCS at 228 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Kibar at 223.9 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Orsett at 223 $/mt c&f Mersin
  • 25,000 MT, 13.5%, from GTCS at 228 $/mt c&f Mersin
  • 30,000 MT, 13.5%, from GTCS at 225 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 30,000 MT, 12.5%, from Tiryaki at 224 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Bunge at 219.6 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Orsett at 221.5 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Bunge at 219.1 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from Aston at 223.95 $/mt c&f Tekirdag
  • 25,000 MT, 12.5%, from GTCS at 209 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 25,000 MT, 13.5%, from GTCS at 214 $/mt c&f Samsun
  • 20,000 MT, 12.5%, from Aston at 214.95 $/mt c&f Trabzon
  • 30,000 MT, durum, from Casillo at 322.49 $/mt c&f Derince
  • 30,000 MT, durum, from Casillo at 328.89 $/mt c&f Iskenderun
  • 25,000 MT, durum, from Cofco at 327.09 $/mt c&f Mersin
  • 25,000 MT, durum, from Cofco at 327.09 $/mt c&f Mersin

- Aug 20 - Japan bought 117,063 MT of food wheat for October shipments:

  • 11,180 MT of western white US wheat;
  • 23,380 MT of hard red winter US wheat;
  • 30,133 MT of dark northern spring US wheat;
  • 26,200 MT of Canadian western red spring wheat;
  • 26,170 MT of Australian standard white wheat

- Aug 19 - Thai Feed Mill Association (TFMA) purchased about 69,000 MT of Black Sea-origin feed wheat from Agrocorp at 232.25 $/mt c&f for October shipment           

- Aug 18 - Algeria's OAIC bought about 560,000 MT of optional-origin milling wheat at around 231-232 $/mt c&f for October shipment            

- Aug 18 - Trading Corporation of Pakistan purchased around 320,000 MT of wheat at 233.85 $/mt c&f for September-October shipment in an international tender to import up to 1.5 MMT from optional origins. A series of private sector wheat purchases of about 420,000 MT have also been reported in the country

CORN

- Sept 9 - Thai Feed Mill Association (TFMA) in Thailand purchased about 25,000 MT of Australian feed barley from Bunge at 209.5 $/mt c&f liner out for October shipment

- Sept 2 - Algeria’s OAIC bought about 180,000 MT of feed barley at around 214 $/mt c&f for October shipment       

- Aug 26 - Tunisia's state grains agency bought 75,000 MT of optional-origin feed barley from Dreyfus:

  • 25,000 MT at 206.67 $/mt c&f for Oct 1-5;
  • 25,000 MT at 208.17 $/mt c&f for Oct 5-15;
  • 25,000 MT at 209.17 $/mt c&f for Oct 15-25

- Aug 25 - Turkey's TMO bought 60,000 MT of feed barley for Sept 11-25 shipment:

  • 25,000 MT from Ameropa at 196 $/mt c&f Izmir
  • 25,000 MT from GTCS at 202 $/mt c&f Bandirma
  • 10,000 MT from GTCS at 192 $/mt c&f Tekirdag

- Aug 19 - Thai Feed Mill Association (TFMA) purchased about 30,000-35,000 MT of Australian barley from CBH at 203 $/mt c&f for December shipment             

- Aug 18 - Taiwan's MFIG bought 65,000 MT of corn from Posco at a premium of 185.45 USc/bushel c&f over the Chicago March corn contract (212 $/mt, c&f) for Nov-Dec shipment        

SOYBEAN

- Sept 3 - Egypt’s GASC bought 47,500 MT of local soybean oil at 12,450 EGP/mt (786 $/mt) for Nov 1-25 arrival

- Aug 27 - South Korea's Nonghyup Feed Inc. (NOFI) has purchased about 60,000 MT of South American soymeal at 386.25 $/mt c&f for Dec arrival

- Aug 18 - Egypt's GASC bought 11,000 MT of sunflower oil from Tradefield at 788 $/mt c&f for Oct 25-Nov 20 arrival