Salus Mutual Management is proposing a new financial product where growers prepared to pay around $1.50/t per annum on grain contracts can protect themselves against insolvency risk.
Australia’s agricultural sector has been a shining light of solid performance throughout the Covid pandemic, setting records for production and exports and helping underpin the nation’s economic recovery…Read MoreNeil Lyon, June 18, 2021
The Leigh Creek Energy urea project in South Australia has successfully completed an $18 million capital raising…Read MoreGrain Central, June 16, 2021
GrainCorp has posted an underlying EBITDA of $140 million for the six months to March 31, up $35M on its corresponding 1H20 figure, and has lifted its earnings guidance for the full year to September to $255-$285M from $230-$270M seen previously…Read MoreGrain Central, May 14, 2021
Viterra in Australia has reported its biggest ever rail out-turn month with 215,000t shifted in March as the company rebrands globally from Glencore Agriculture…Read MoreGrain Central, May 10, 2021
The Australian operations of Greensill Capital officially ceased at 5pm on Monday, raising questions about impacts to Australian agricultural companies which accessed supply chain finance through firm…Read MoreJames Nason, March 17, 2021
Leigh Creek Energy has awarded two engineering contracts for the Stage 1 commercial development of a large-scale urea production project in South Australia…Read MoreGrain Central, January 18, 2021