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A delegation from Rusagrotrans CJSC, led by the company’s CEO Mr Mikhail Onofriychuk, will be taking part in the proceedings of the XIIIth International Grain Round of the Russian Grain Union, to take place over 6th to 9th June 2015 in the city of Gelendzhik.
Rusagrotrans CJSC — Russia’s largest infrastructure provide of
rail-basedgrain freighting services — has announced that it has received an ISO 9001:2008 Certificate. The certificate confirms that the company’s quality management systems (QMS) meet the international standards expressed in the requirements of the ISO 9001:2008 documentation.
The Xth International Rail Business Forum is taking place in Sochi, entitled Strategic Partnership 1520*. A delegation from the RTC Group of Companies attended, headed by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Rusagrotrans CJSC, Mr K Zasov.
- 03/03/2016 Falling Russian wheat prices mean the world’s biggest exporter will ship more this season than previously expected.
Bunge Ltd BG.N has launched legal proceedings against Egypt's state grain buyer over a rejected cargo of French wheat, highlighting uncertainty among suppliers who are already charging a risk premium to the world's largest wheat importer.
Russians already suffering from surging costs for imported food as the ruble slumps are paying near record prices even for local wheat.
- 07/12/2015 Turkey is looking for alternatives to Russian grain after the dispute between Moscow and Ankara over the shooting down of a Russian warplane placed a question mark over future deliveries and put new deals on hold, traders and analysts said.
In this agricultural year (July 2014 — June 2015) Russia may export a record amount of grain totalling 31.9 million tonnes. The export potential of the following year is rated at between 30 and 32 million tonnes, Rusagrotrans CJSC forecasts.
Export tariffs previously prevented this kind of record result