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Rouen Port Grain Exports Jump 86% on Algeria, Cuba Wheat Demand

By Rudy Ruitenberg – Jun 14, 2012 1:15 PM GMT+0200

Grain exports from the French port of Rouen, Europe's biggest

cereal-shipping hub, rose in the most recent week on wheat demand from

Algeria and Cuba.

Export cargoes rose to 91,772 metric tons between June 7 and June 13

from 49,400 tons a week earlier, the Seine River port wrote in an

e-mailed report today. That included 86,302 tons of soft wheat, more

than double the 42,085 tons the previous week.

Algeria was the biggest destination with 52,840 tons of soft wheat, up

from 25,874 tons a week earlier, followed by Cuba with 26,762 tons of

wheat, from none the previous week.

Rouen accounted for 41 percent of France's grain exports by sea in

2010-11, ahead of La Pallice on the Bay of Biscay and Dunkirk on the

North Sea, which shipped out 17 percent and 11 percent respectively,

according to port data.

Rouen grain loadings by destination, in metric tons:

June 7-13

Soft wheat

Algeria 52,840

Cuba 26,762

Portugal 3,080

Spain (Canaries) 1,830

U.K. 1,790

Barley

Spain (Canaries) 1,470

Corn

U.K. 4,000

To contact the reporter on this story: Rudy Ruitenberg in Paris at

rruitenberg@bloomberg.net

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-06-14/rouen-port-grain-exports-jump-86-on-algeria-cuba-wheat-demand.html


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