Up to 557 wagons were reportedly heading to the Batiovo – Epereshke land border crossing point on September 18, of which 108 wagons were loaded with grain, 220 wagons with iron ore, 81 wagons with mineral fertilizers, and 32 containers.
As many as 1,866 wagons including 110 wagons with sunflower oil, 535 wagons with cakes, 612 wagons with ore and 182 containers were moving to the Izov station on September 13.
In Egypt, the granular urea market was showing increased consumer activity earlier this week. Producers were selling the fertilizer at $375-455/t FOB for shipments in September. In the mid-week, however, buyers have been showing less interest due to the rapid price increase to $460-470/t FOB.
In Latin America, demand for phosphates remains low, with prices for Russian and Moroccan-made MAP hovering within $530-540/t C&F Brazil.
A total of 1,400 wagons including 229 wagons with sunflower oil, 278 wagons with cakes, 345 wagons with ore and 103 wagons with metals were moving to the Izov station on August 30.