Market Talks: New entrance door for fertilizers in Brazil

Author Argus

Brazil’s port of Açu received its first two fertilizer shipments recently and new cargoes are expected in 2021, placing Rio de Janeiro on the route for importing these products in Brazil. How is the port preparing to serve this market?

In this week’s episode of Market Talks, Argus’ Brazil Bureau Chief, Camila Dias, and Grains and Fertilizer Reporter Joao Petrini analyse the start of fertilizer operations at the Port of Açu, in Rio de Janeiro.

(Podcast episode in Portuguese.)



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