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LOGISTICS CAUSING PROBLEMS FOR PERUVIAN MANGO EXPORTERS ...

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California






www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com










January 05, 2012










Peruvian mango exporters are having problems getting space on vessels leaving from the port of Paita, Peru.




Just as volume is coming on,  Peruvian mango exporters are scrambling to find alternatives to markets as space is not available on vessels sailing from the northern port of Paita.




One alternative is to truck cargo south one thousand kilometers to the port of Callao in Lima, Peru which is the country's largest port and has more frequency of sailings with deeper port vessels.




The southern option obviously is much more complicated for the fruit and adds days to the transit time.




This is a developing story....



















EUROPEAN MARKET HOLDING STRONG FOR NOW ....

BRAZIL


TOMMY ATKINS


FOT ROTTERDAM AREA







6s and 7s around 5,

8s around 5.75,

9s and 10s around 4.50,

12s from 4.25 to 4.75 
and 
14s around 3 euro 



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