Lower freight rates make Indian corn competitive in Africa


India is getting inquiries from Africa for corn exports as freight charges from the sub-continent fall. Indian trade analysts noted that African countries are looking for smaller volumes, which Indian corn can meet at a competitive price. Freight rates from India are lower than from other exporters...

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Editor, Asian Feed Magazine and FeedWatch, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Zahrah writes that investment in food animal production will outstrip other industries in India in the next decade, and how it will impact the feed industry in the article ‘Indian feed industry looks for solutions to volatility’.