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Private Ports in Guayaquil Drive More Investments for Dredging

19.7.2019
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TPG, of the Chilean group SAAM, has become the second player in the port system of the city after Contecon. Last year, this terminal moved 6,853,577.63 tons of cargo, something that brought it closer to Contecon, which moved 8,517,310 tons, according to figures from the Under secretariat of Ports. In the area of the Santa Ana estuary, TPG has deployed cranes and docks that allow it to simultaneously receive vessels of up to 305.9 meters in length and a capacity of between 4,000 and 6,000 Teus (20-foot container unit). SAAM Puertos has other investments underway to adapt to the new scenario of having a deeper access channel following dredging, which will also benefit private terminals.

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Asprocan Complains that Guatemala has Exported More Bananas to the EU

19.7.2019
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In May, banana exports from Guatemala to the European Union exceeded the volume of the stabilization mechanism, according to a press release from the Association of Organizations of Producers of Bananas of the Canary Islands (Asprocan). However, according to the Association, the European Commission has decided not to apply the penalty provided by this mechanism in the midst of a price crisis for Community banana production. In its decision of July 12th, the European Commission recognizes that imports from Guatemala this year stood 3.4% below the average price of the EU, which, in turn, has already been 7.4 % lower than 2018, the year in which a new negative price record was broken, says Asprocan.

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How the Banana Disease Could Affect Guatemala’s Export Activity

19.7.2019
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The importance of the protection measures is due to the fact that banana exports up to last May ranked second among the products with the highest volume of export sales, with more than US $ 360 million of the 25 main exportable goods and in 2018 it represented 7% of the total exports. The actions consist of redoubling the alerts for products coming in from Colombia, as well as additional checks for passengers whose origin is Panama and a temporary suspension of the importation of all kind of plants. These are some of the most drastic measures that have been adopted, after a suspicious case was detected in plantations in the Guajira, Colombia last weekend which has activated the alerts.

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Colombia: Six Banana Farms in Quarantine Under Suspicious of TR4

19.7.2019
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President Iván Duque met on July 19 with Minister of Agriculture and representatives of the Colombian banana sector to assess the situation of a fungus affecting 150 hectares of this crop in the Guajira, in the northeast of the country. The Colombian health authorities have several hypotheses about the appearance of this fungus in crops. This does not affect the fruit or human consumption, but harms the earth because it prevents the process of photosynthesis and the damage can last up to 30 years.

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Colombia will Confirm the Presence of TR4 in August

19.7.2019
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In the opening days of August 2019, Colombia will have the results of the samples sent to the Netherlands to confirm if the outbreak in two banana farms in La Guajira came from the Tropical Race Fusarium 4 (Foc TR4). Due to the suspicion in the department of La Guajira, the Association of banana workers of Magdalena and La Guajira (Asbama) began a series of contingency plans with the help of national authorities, to contain an eventual outbreak of the fungus in more than 16,000 hectares of fruit grown in the area. The intention is to safeguard the health of the plantations in the north and the rest of the country.

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Hamburg Süd, Maersk Strengthen Portfolio

5.7.2019
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Hamburg Süd has strengthened its product portfolio on the Europe with new stand-alone service offered in collaboration with Maersk. The trade between Europe and Central America, Caribbean and South America West Coast has always been a key element in Hamburg Süd’s global network of liner services. In cooperation with Maersk, Hamburg Süd will be expanding and enhancing the services it offers on this core trade beginning in June 2019. According to a press release, the service will have maximum flexibility for tailor-made solutions, better port coverage and competitive transit times and high schedule reliability.

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Chiquita Launches Fitness Stickers to Boost Health and Wellness

5.7.2019
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Chiquita is 'bananas' about fitness this summer. Beginning today, more than 200 million Chiquita bananas will be sporting a collection of 10 fitness stickers with simple and quick exercise challenges to help promote a healthy diet and lifestyle. This new sticker series is a reminder that fitness can be fun and easy, and a Chiquita banana can serve as a complement to a healthy routine. For the whole month of July, the iconic Blue Stickers will contain various fitness graphics that encourage fans to complete a variety of fitness challenges, including completing 15 push-ups, a 1-minute plank, 10 minutes of mindfulness and more.

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Colombia: Banana Workers Handed Their Petitions to Augura

5.7.2019
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Through the National Union of Workers of the Agricultural Industry (Sintrainagro), banana workers presented the Banana Association of Colombia (Augura) the list of petitions addressed to employers in the region of Urabá, for the new Collective Bargaining Convention. "From Augura we are respectful and guarantee the right of association for banana workers. For more than 30 years we have backed the model of dialogue and agreement as a fundamental tool of labour peace that facilitates the normal development of our agro-industry, "said the President (E) of Augura, Emerson Aguirre Medina.

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Hapag-Lloyd Orders 13,000 Reefer Containers

5.7.2019
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German-based cargo container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd AG has placed a record order for 13,420 reefer containers, which are set for delivery in November 2019. A statement from the fifth biggest container shipping line in the world by market share said that production of 970 20-foot containers and 12,450 40-foot containers is already scheduled to commence as early as July. Delivery of the refrigerated containers, which have traditionally been white as opposed to Hapag-Lloyd’s orange standard containers, is set for November 2019 – or right in time for reefer season, as that is when harvest season begins in countries in the southern hemisphere.

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Ecuador: Ministry of Agriculture Activates Plan to Prevent TR4

5.7.2019
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After news that the Panama Disease fungus was detected in an organic banana farm in the region of La Guajira in Colombia was released during the week, Ecuador launched the contingency plan to prevent the entry of the fungus Fusarium Race 4 (TR4), which can affect plantain and banana plantations, to the Andean nation. The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG) and the Agency for Regulation and Control of Phyto and Zoosanitary (Agrocalidad) activated protocols and preventive biosecurity measures in order to protect the phytosanitary status of the country.

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RD Bananas with Further Growth Potential

28.6.2019
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Banana has a potential for growth in the Dominican Republic according to the Study and Diagnosis of Agricultural Chains, presented by the National Competitiveness Council and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). However, although it competes in the organic market and is in high growth, it is not clear how it can compete and continue to grow against other producing countries such as Ecuador, Mexico or Peru. With a production of US $ 142 million, the banana is the fourth in value, sixth in growth and second in general exports (US$ 85 million). The fruit is in fifth place on the list, with 1950 producers nationwide and 51,000 jobs.

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China Still Top Buyer of PHL Bananas

28.6.2019
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China's fondness for Philippine bananas intensified as it doubled its orders for the tropical fruit and drove total shipments up by 80 percent to 1.445 million metric tons (MMT) as of end-April. The country's total exports in the January-to-April period expanded by 645,333.179 metric tons from last year's 800,598.136 MT, preliminary data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) showed. BusinessMirror's analysis of PSA data showed that the total value of exports rose by almost 80 percent to $655.019 million, from $364.933 million recorded in the same period last year.

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Chiapas Generates 30% of Mexico’s Banana Production

28.6.2019
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Chiapas generates 30% of the total national banana production and is followed by Tabasco, with 26.9% and Veracruz, with 9.3%. Mexico produces banana in 16 states from an area of more than 80,000 hectares according to figures from the Agri-Food and Fisheries Information Service (SIAP). It is estimated that each year at least 2, 229,519 tons are harvested, with a commercial value of more than 3,000 pesos per ton, which represents nearly 7,000 million pesos, reported the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Sader). These figures put Mexico in 12th place in the world for banana production, contributing 2.0% of the world supply in 2017, according to Sader.

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Chinese Banana Imports Surge to a Record High in May

28.6.2019
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Chinese consumers are buying more bananas from abroad than ever before as an increasingly health consciousness middle class helps propel the fruits popularity. Imports of bananas surged to a record 227,199 tonnes in May, according to China’s general administration of customs. That helped lift total shipments of fruits and nuts to 720,000 tonnes, an almost 8-fold increase from the same period last year. Restrained by limited farmland and a destructive banana fungus known as the Panama disease, China has been increasing its reliance on supplies from Southeast Asia and South America. Demand for bananas is being encouraged by rising incomes and the increasing popularity of diets in China, including for use in smoothies and as banana chips.

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Contecon and Andipuerto contributed more than US $ 11 MM to Ecuador

21.6.2019
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According to the Port Authority of Guayaquil (APG), the concession terminals of the port delivered to Ecuador US$ 11 million in the first five months of 2019. Specifically, the concessionary company of the bulk and multipurpose terminal (Andipuerto) paid US$ 254,020.77 for the fixed rentals and US$ 400,525.66 for variable compensations. While Contecon disbursed US$10.5 million (US$ 5,648,468.35 for the fixed fee and US$ 4,851,057.87 for variable income).

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Peru: Reefer Warehouse To Boost Export of Organic Bananas

21.6.2019
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A new reefer warehouse will boost the export activity of organic bananas produced by the 202 members of the Association of Organic Banana Producers Valle del Chira (Aprobovchira) of the province of Sullana, Piura region. The warehouse was obtained thanks to a business plan that was co-financed by the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (Minagri), through the Compensation Program for Competitiveness (Agroideas).

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Costa Rica: MSC Katya is the Largest Ship Ever Berthed in Moin

21.6.2019
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On June 16th, the MSC Katya R. berthed at the Moin Container Terminal (TCM) and became the largest container ship that has ever docked in the ports of the Costa Rican Caribbean. The vessel measures 281 metres long and 32.2 metres wide and can transport up to 4,200 TEUs. Until now, the maximum capacity of the vessels that arrived at Moín was 3,800 TEUs. The MSC Katya R., coming from Ecuador and destined to Northern Europe, constitutes a new weekly direct service of the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC).

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ZIM Commissioned Advanced New ZIMonitor Refrigerated Containers

14.6.2019
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ZIM is expanding its ZIMonitor containers fleet in 2019 and adding advanced “Star Cool” containers manufactured by MCI, the company said in its release. The new MCI “Star Cool” containers have the refrigeration unit integrated directly into the container box. This design has several advantages, including lower weight and increased capacity, reduced heat leakage and improved overall energy efficiency, resulting in a significantly reduced carbon footprint.

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Spain: Eurobanan Canarias Group Reaches a Turnover of 460 M Euros

14.6.2019
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The Regional Group of Cooperativas Plataneras de Canarias, Coplaca, was born in 1970 in Santa Cruz de la Palma, bringing together 12 cooperatives that produce bananas. Currently, Coplaca is made up of 16 cooperatives and agrarian transformation societies, located in each and every one of the banana producing islands, with 22 fruit processing or packing warehouses. With the entry into force of the CMO of Banana in July 1993, Coplaca adapted its statutes and its organizational structure as an Organization of OPP Banana Growers.

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CMA CGM Amps Up Its Cyber Space Security

14.6.2019
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To safeguard its shipping lines and port infrastructure against cyber-attacks, French shipping major CMA CGM is keeping its cybersecurity robust by ensuring that the company’s vendors have protected systems. S Rajagopalan, Commercial Director, CMA CGM Agencies India, told media persons on Wednesday that when the shipping company is connecting with its vendors in the cyberspace, the vendors also must comply with strict security requirements. Third-party service providers in operational and logistics space do not have easy access to the company’s systems.

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Alliance between the Ministry of Labor and DP World Posorja

7.6.2019
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DP World Posorja, a company owned by the Government of Dubai, which builds and will operate the first Deep Water Port in Ecuador, established an alliance with the Ministry of Labor, whose main purpose will be to promote employment through the Socio Employment Network. With this agreement DP World Posorja will have an additional channel for the search and recruitment of personnel that will operate the Port. The new port of DP WORLD Posorja will place the country on par with the most advanced port growth in the region and the world.

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Australia: Banana Industry Should Look to Exports for Future

7.6.2019
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Increasing banana exports could be the key to shoring up the Australian banana industry into the future. It was one of the reoccurring ideas discussed at last week's Australian Banana Industry Congress at the Gold Coast where some 350 members of the banana supply chain, including 100 growers, came together. Hosted by the Australian Banana Growers Council (ABGC), the biennial event attracted people from Queensland, NSW, Western Australia, Adelaide and the Northern Territory. In his opening speech, Congress chair and Lakeland grower, Paul Inderbitzin, encouraged the industry to look to exports as the next step in furthering the industry.

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Japan 'Softens'Stance on PH Bananas Exports

7.6.2019
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Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol said the Japanese government "appeared" to have softened its stance on long standing issues on tariff and market access for Philippine bananas. Piñol flew to Japan and met with Japan's Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Takamori Yoshikawa (MAFF). During the meeting, Piñol asked Japanese officials to settle long-standing issues on banana tariffs as well as widen market access for Philippine agricultural products.

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Maersk to Build Its First Cold Store in St. Petersburg

7.6.2019
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The ground-breaking ceremony for the new warehouse took place in St. Petersburg, Russia in the presence of Maersk CEO Søren Skou, Fyffes CEO David McCann and representatives of regional and federal Russian administration. Constructed by the Russian industrial developer PNK Group, the facility will be located within the PNK Park Sofiyskaya KAD in St. Petersburg and has 23 700 square metres, with 35 docks able to serve daily throughput of up to 200 trucks. The maximum storage capacity will be over 50 000 tons and the fully Maersk-operated warehouse will employ over 200 employees.

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Hamburg Süd Christens Polar Ecuador in Antwerp

23.5.2019
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Hamburg Süd christened the containership Polar Ecuador in Antwerp on May 20. “Antwerp is a highly important port for Hamburg Süd, and the Belgian New Fruit Wharf is a very suitable place for the christening of a Polar-class vessel,” said Frank Smet, the shipping line’s chief commercial officer. “After all, with more than 1,000 reefer plugs, the Polar Ecuador transports a disproportionately large volume of refrigerated cargo for a container vessel of this size from Mexico and the Caribbean to Antwerp. This includes, for example, bananas, pineapples and melons, which are handled particularly efficiently and professionally by the fruit and reefer specialists here.”

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Globe Tracker Gets IoT Devices for Dole Food Containers

23.5.2019
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Globe Tracker announced it has deployed IoT devices installed on reefer containers to one of the world’s largest fresh fruit growing and distribution companies, Dole Food Company. The solution and platform will assist Dole in exploring technological advantages across the Internet of Things related to their reefer containers allowing for more consistent product quality, increased efficiencies and greater visibility across the Dole global supply chain. “We were pleased to be chosen by Dole to supply the advanced IoT technology on their reefers. There is a very compelling use case for the technology in the perishables market” says Don Miller, Sales Head for Globe Tracker.

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Ecuador: Banana Sales to the European Union Fall

23.5.2019
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Banana exports could end 2019 with minimal growth, in the first quarter they only increased 2.49%, in relation to the same period of 2018. From January to March, a volume of 95.2 million boxes of banana was sold, compared to 93.3 million last year. But sales had performed better in the first quarter of the last two years, with increases of 5.73% and 4.87% in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Fabricio Espinosa, president of the Association of Banana Exporters of Ecuador (AEBE), expects total sales this year to exceed at least 350 million boxes. He calculates a growth of 1.2%, if the trend continues. In 2018 the increase was 6%. "We have to wait until the end of the year, but we hope that the same fruit production as 2018 can be achieved," he says. That will also depend on the impact of the winter season on the coastal areas. But what most concerns exporters is the external scenario.

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Colombia: Research Center To Improve Banana Productivity

23.5.2019
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The Center for Banana Research, Cenibanano, affiliated to the Association of Banana Growers of Colombia, Augura has begun a process of reengineering with which it seeks to strengthen research and the transfer of knowledge to its members with the aim of improving the productivity of the sector by 20% over a period of 5 years. This centre provides technical and scientific advice to banana producers on 320 farms in Urabá and 480 producers in Magdalena, to help them to optimize their processes, improve agronomic practices and prevent pests and diseases. Emerson Aguirre, president (E) of Augura affirms that "the research projects developed by Cenibanano are oriented toward obtaining a cleaner fruit that improves the environmental and economic competitiveness of Colombian bananas in world markets.

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CMA CGM Launches the Reefer Pharma Division

23.5.2019
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The CMA CGM Group says it has launched its new Reefer Pharma division, dedicated to temperature-controlled shipping of pharmaceutical products and boasting advanced expertise. CMA CGM offers its customers an innovative temperature-controlled solution for shipping medicines that meets health and safety requirements: * Safety procedures: containers among the newest, guaranteeing the absence of external contamination; inspection of each container before it leaves the warehouse; sealed containers to deny access to those without authorisation; limited handling of containers during transportation

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ICTSI Ecuador Handles Mega Ship

17.5.2019
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International Container Terminal Services Inc.'s (ICTSI) Ecuadorian subsidiary Contecon Guayaquil has serviced Chinese flag mega vessel, CMA CGM Cochin that operates in the Ecuador-Asia route. José Antonio Contreras, Contecon Guayaquil SA (CGSA) chief executive officer said the Port of Guayaquil was able to receive larger vessels serving the intra-Pacific trade because of the recent dredging of the 51 nautical miles main access channel leading to the country's primary seaport. CGSA set a new operational benchmark after servicing the neo-Panamax CMA CGM Cochin, which has 337 meters in length, 48.20 meters in beam, 119,000 deadweight tons (DWT) and has a capacity of 10,010 twenty-fact equivalent units (TEUs).

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China Imports More than US $900 Million in Bananas; US $150 Million Comes from Ecuador

17.5.2019
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At the Banana Forum, the ICA as phytosanitary authority was emphatic in highlighting that the Chinese market is very demanding in terms of the characteristics of its vendors, and requires that all goods are free of two very high-level specifications, the Fruit fly and the fusarium race 4 fungus. Given these characteristics, the directors of ICA and Augura stated that they have been working to prevent the fungus from reaching the country, "in Colombia with the ICA we are advancing the control and mitigation plan for the arrival of this fungus in the country. Currently, Uniban is exporting to China and thanks to the management of the Colombian ambassador in China that has increased the promotion and consumption of bananas in the Asian country.

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Colombia: Bananas from Magdalena Could be Exported to China

17.5.2019
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The IV Banana Forum, which is the most important event for this production sector in the region took place on Thursday, May 16th, it was organized by the Banana Association of Magdalena and La Guajira, Asbama. For two days, the most relevant challenges faced by the sector were addressed, with the attendance of around 550 participants. "This is a space for analyzing the banana production chain, created in order to promote and facilitate the academic, scientific, technical and business integration of the sector, around fundamental debates, reflections and contributions in the search for greater possibilities of success, sustainable economic and social development of the banana agroindustry of the Colombian Caribbean region," said José Francisco Zúñiga Cotes, president of Asbama.

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Banana Exports from Cameroon Decrease

17.5.2019
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With less than 14,000 tonnes in April, this is Cameroon's worst performance since January 2019. The decline in banana exports to Cameroon continued in April 2019. According to statistics published by the Cameroon Banana Association (Assobacam), the country exported 13,381 tonnes of bananas last April. This is the worst performance since the beginning of the current year. Indeed, between January and March 2019, Cameroon's banana exports fluctuated between 19,000 and 21,000 tons, a gap of 6 to 8,000 tons compared to 13,381 in April 2019. PHP company remains market leader, the local subsidiary of French Compagnie Fruitière de Marseille recorded exports of 12,427 tonnes in April 2019, an increase of 424 tonnes compared to the same period in 2018.

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Costa Rica: Japdeva Gets ¢ 2.650 Million in Fees from APM

17.5.2019
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Japdeva accounts show an accumulated value of ¢ 2,650 million as a result of the fee received from the Container Terminal of Moín, in accordance with the concession contract with Dutch company APM Terminals. The money began to be transferred in October, when the operation of a single berth in the new dock began. It has been estimated that Japdeva will receive ¢ 12,000 million in fees annually and after 33 years of port concession, it would be about USD 1,000 million. Japdeva faces a crisis in their finances due to the loss of income and a huge uncertainty for the future of its 1,200 workers.

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Brazil, Ecuador Battle at WTO Over Bananas

10.5.2019
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The conflict over Ecuadorian bananas, reignited by President Jair Bolsonaro, reached the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Tuesday by means of an accusation by the neighboring country that Brazil was violating international rules by blocking Ecuador's principal export. In March, during a live transmission on social media, Mr. Bolsonaro indicated his government would block the entry of Ecuadorian bananas. The president said he couldn't understand how a banana coming from Ecuador travels 10,000 kilometers and arrives at competitive prices at the Ceagesp food distribution center in São Paulo when, the president said, there are so many bananas 150 kilometers away in the Ribeira Valley.

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Company in Costa Rica Seeks to Transform Plantain Trunks into Pallets

10.5.2019
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A group of Costa Rican banana growers met with Dutchmen Hein Van Opstal and Gert Kema to tell them about the shortage of timber in the tropics and the difficulty of getting good quality pallets. This meeting was the starting point for the creation of Yellow Pallet, a company that has been established in Costa Rica with the objective of producing pallets for export from components made with the fibre of banana trunks. The company was born in 2012, but it was not until 2018 when its first factory started operations in Siquirres, Limón, after an initial investment of US$ 3 million and the hiring of 15 people.

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FAO Forecasts Rise in World Production and Trade in Tropical Truits

10.5.2019
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As the world's largest exporter of bananas and tropical fruits and the second largest producer in the world, Latin America and the Caribbean is particularly well positioned to benefit from the expected growth in international demand for these products, the FAO said on Thursday. According to the latest FAO Food Outlook report (English only), the large portion of land in the region's tropical belt and its proximity to the United States - the largest market for major tropical fruits - should translate into strong prospects for the growth of production, driven by exports. World production and trade of major tropical fruits (mangoes, pineapples, avocados and papayas) is expected to increase due to higher incomes and change in consumer preferences in many domestic and import markets, as well as improvements in the links of international transport and in charging technology.

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Del Monte Reports Value-Added Sales Up, Banana Prices Down

3.5.2019
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Fueled by strong sales from the company’s Mann Packing business, Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc. said net sales increased in the first quarter of 2019. The company reported net sales for the first quarter of 2019 were $1.15 billion, compared with $1.11 billion in the first quarter of 2018. Sales were up in the company’s fresh and value-added business segment, but that was countered in part by lower net sales of bananas and unfavorable exchange rates in Europe and Asia, according to a news release. The company said gross profit for the first quarter of 2019 was $93.3 million, compared with $106.5 million in the first quarter a year ago.

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Drought Causes Revenue Decrease in the Panama Canal

3.5.2019
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The low water level in the Panama Canal has forced Canal Authorities to implement a possible new adjustment in the draft of the ships that transit through the Neopanamax locks. According to the Panama Canal Authority (ACP), the measure is in response to the lack of rainfall which is affecting the flow of the Chagres River, the main source of the lakes that feeds this fluvial route. The adjustment to 44 feet means that the vessels must move with less cargo, which could mean about US$15 million less in revenues for the fiscal year 2019, the source said. The ACP assured that all these notifications to the customers have been made in advance so that they can make the pertinent arrangements.

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Guayaquil's Private Terminals Gain Market Share in the Port Industry

3.5.2019
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Guayaquil’s private port terminals move 86% of the total non-oil cargo of the entire national port system. According to a report from the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), the port area of Guayaquil grew 10.29% in 2018, in relation to the previous year. In that category, the containerized cargo was included by the Simón Bolívar Multipurpose Port, operated by Contecon which was appointed by the State and by the Qualified Private Terminals (TPH). The total volume that all terminals moved in 2018 was 2.064 million TEU (20 feet containers). When breaking down these figures, analysts find that the market share has been changing over the last three years.

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Ecuador: Price of Banana Box For 2019 Set At $6.30

31.10.2018
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The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG), through the Ministerial Agreement 135 of October 26, set the precio referencial or minimum price to be paid to growers for a box of bananas -only the fruit- of a 41.5 to 43-pound box of bananas at $6.30 for 2019. This year the box stood at $ 6.20. The agreement, signed by Minister Xavier Lazo, also establishes the minimum support prices for the other types of banana, as well as export values in port (FOB).

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