World Grain - July 2016 - (Page 1)

The International Business Magazine for Grain, Flour and Feed July 2016 Richardson expands port terminal 80,000 tonnes of storage added at Port of Vancouver Brexit's impact uncertain Interview with IGC's Etsuo Kitahara Focus on Mexico North American supplier profiles

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of World Grain - July 2016

World Grain - July 2016
Table of Contents
From the Editor-in-chief - Brexit impacts milling and baking
Calendar of Events
IAOM Mideast & Africa district to meet Oct. 24-27
News Review - Glencore sells another stake in its ag segment
G3 opens two new grain terminals
ADM looks to expand soy crush capacity in northwest Europe
Bunge Ukraine opens industrial, transshipping complex
Cargill opens animal nutrition plant in Vietnam
European Flour Millers Association names new president
Tiger Brands half-year profit increases
Wilmar International, Ruchi Soya agree to joint venture
Joe Ford promoted to president of Shawnee Milling Co.
Mike Harper, former ConAgra CEO, dies at 88
Ardent Mills ceases production at Nebraska flour mill
ADM purchases corn wet mill in Morocco
Wheat Growers opens new grain elevator
Viterra opens Canadian grain terminals
ADM expanding feed capabilities
India increases food grain production goal
Grain Market Review - Wheat
Country Focus - Mexico
Technical Profile - Mexican flour tortillas
Feature - Uncertainties influence grain market
Feature - Overseeing a decade of growth
Feature - Bracing for Brexit's impact
Feature - Unprecedented collapse
Feature - Richardson expands port terminal
Grain Operations - Monitoring CO2 in stored grain
Feature - How dry will U.S. get this summer?
Feature - North American supplier profiles
Supplier News
Product Showcase
World Grain Archive
Ad Index/Reader Information Form International Faxback Program

World Grain - July 2016