Market Talks: High fuel prices put pressure on logistics costs

Author Argus

Following the rise in oil prices amid international problems, diesel fuel in Brazil has accumulated a significant increase throughout 2022.

This creates a challenging scenario for the agricultural and fertilizer sectors in terms of logistics, because of the increase in grain and nutrient freight rates.

Join Camila Dias, Argus Brazil Country Manager, and João Petrini, reporter at for the Argus Brazil Grain and Fertilizer publication. They discuss the impacts of rising transportation tariffs on the market and what we can expect for the remaining of the year.

Keep in touch with the road fuels market

(Podcast is in Portuguese)

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