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Container shipments are growing - Don't be left on shore

Posted by Makenna Moore on Wed, Aug 5, 2020 @ 12:08 PM

 Despite the perplexities that exist in the world of international trade, soybean exports are an astute bet for North American processors and producers.   

Why, you may ask? The U.S and Canada Agriculture Departments forecast the world trade in soybeans will increase by at least 23 per cent over the next decade. Trade for soybean meal and soybean oil will climb up 19 per cent and 23 per cent respectively, over the same time. 

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Topics: agriculture, bulk packaging, transportation, exporting, ocean freight, soybean

Unbroken Supply Chains - The People Vs. Pestilence

Posted by Jody Lockhart on Mon, Apr 6, 2020 @ 10:04 AM

What a difference a quarter makes!

As we entered 2020, the idea that we would find ourselves in one of the great fights of the new millennium was certainly not on our mind. Nor was it a discussion around the boardroom or kitchen table. Yet, here we are, living a new - albeit strange existence.

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Topics: supply chain, bulk packaging, shipping, distribution, transportation, ocean freight, covid19

Baffle Bulk Bags - Your Exporting Friend

Posted by Marty Dilworth on Tue, Jul 11, 2017 @ 09:07 AM

A lot of Canadian companies export their goods, especially those in the food production sector. For example, Canada exported $2.3 billion worth of soybeans in 2015. The majority of pulse exports are shipped in ocean containers to Asian markets. In order to maximize shipping space and export as efficiently as possible, it is in the exporter’s best interest to fill the ocean container as much as possible. In our business, we know it’s very difficult to get a bulk bag that has “pumpkined” into an ocean container vessel. 

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Topics: bulk bags, baffle bags, exporting, ocean freight, pulses