Market talks: Grains storage capacity grows in Brazil

Author Argus

The amount of silos and warehouses in Brazil has increased by 26pc in the last 10 years. Market participants say there is a recent surge in investments in new structures. But what is the real storage deficit in the country?

Join Camila DiasArgus Brazil Country Manager, and Alessandra Mello, a Deputy Editor for the Argus Brazil Grains and Fertilizer publication. They talk about the challenges of Brazilian agribusiness for the storage capacity to keep up with the growth of agricultural production. 

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