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Glencore Grain, a subsidiary of Glencore, has been operating in Australia for more than 10 years.

Glencore Grain is one of the largest buyers of wheat, barley, oilseeds, pulses, sorghum and cotton direct from Australian growers, with accumulation offices located across five key growing states; Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.

Glencore Grain has one of the world’s leading marketing and logistics networks for Australia’s commodities. Our strong relationship with growers allows us to effectively service domestic and international end-use customers.

Glencore Grain offers a range of flexible and simple marketing options to growers, including cash and forward contracts. Our financial strength, together with our global marketing and logistics network, ensures that growers can feel confident marketing with Glencore Grain.

In southern Australia, our wholly owned subsidiary, Viterra, provides the storage and handling network spanning key growing regions. This well established network has been serving customers for more than 50 years.


Grain Business Magazine Archive
01/07/2015 17:43

Grain Business Magazine Archive

Each magazine contains leading agronomic, market and industry information for the benefit of growers. 

Simply click on the link of the month of publication to read online or print a copy.

 

IGC makes first cut to 2015-16 world grain crop hopes
26/06/2015 12:11

IGC makes first cut to 2015-16 world grain crop hopes

The rising tide of optimism over world grains output in 2015-16 stalled as the International Grains Council cut its forecast for the season the first time, citing lower wheat harvest prospects.

Rabobank cautious on soy rally, and coffee rout
23/06/2015 10:21

Rabobank cautious on soy rally, and coffee rout

Rabobank raised doubts over the rally in soybeans, saying that US sowings will come in elevated despite US downpours, but unveiled more upbeat expectations for arabica coffee prices.

Dryness takes toll on EU wheat, rapeseed hopes
23/06/2015 10:12

Dryness takes toll on EU wheat, rapeseed hopes

The retreat in expectations for European Union wheat output was underlined as officials cut harvest expectations, and warned that further downgrades may be in the offing, amid a rash of cautions over dryness.

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