Durban harbour grain export terminal to close for maintenance

Durban harbour grain export terminal to close for maintenance

SABT today announced the dates for scheduled maintenance at their Island View Terminal. Fortunately, it should not affect the maize export programme. Read more >

South African deep-sea soybean exports take shape

Record new soybean production and a gradual build-up of stocks mean the industry is in much need of exports. After initial challenges, it now seems that exports are a reality. Read more >
Fltr: Phil Swart (Seaboard), André van der Vyver (SACOTA) and Naliya Stamper (TPT Terminal Manager).

SACOTA director visits maize export vessel in East London

East London harbour has been re-opened for maize exports after ten years. View photographs >

Minister Didiza approves weekly record keeping of product deliveries

To enhance the transparency of market information and level the playing field between participants, the grain industry requested the compulsory record keeping and reporting of weekly product deliveries, as well as maize by grade on a monthly basis. SACOTA supported this initiative. Read more >

Port of East London re-opened for maize exports

The Port of East London has re-open for agricultural maize exports for the first time in ten years. The first vessel arrived in the port and commenced loading on the weekend. Read more >

Maize export COVID-19 vessel crises defused

After SABT declared a Force Majeure on Friday due to a Covid outbreak on a loaded maize export vessel stuck at their Island View terminal, SACOTA assisted to resolve the situation on Saturday. Read more >