The Allseeds Group Oilseed processing Plant in the Pivdennyi port, confidently took 1st place among Ukrainian rapeseed oil producers in the July-March 2019/20 season. The company produced 52,000 tonnes of rapeseed oil from the 2019 crop, which makes 32% of the total volume.The produced oil was exported.
Allseeds considers the consolidation of Ukrainian society in face of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic extremely important, and supports restrictive and anti-epidemic measures aimed at protecting the safety and health of the population.
With 21% of the market shares (64kmt), Allseeds Group became the first exporter of sunflower meal containers from Ukraine.
Since the beginning of the 2019/20 season, Ukraine exported a total of 304 kmt.
According to the State Statistics Service, in 2019 capital investments in Ukraine made over 584 billion UAH, which is 58 billion UAH or by 11% more than in 2018.
Bjorn Stendel has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of Allseeds Group, General Director of the Allseeds Black Sea LLC.
Allseeds Co. has became the leader in rapeseed oil production in Ukraine in 2019 with a market share of 24.3%, - the Association UkrOliyaProm reports.
The Allseeds Black Sea (ABS) vegetable oil terminal took 1st place in the 2019/2020 season among Ukrainian terminals, handling 211 thousand tons or approximately 20% of the total in the country, according to the report of the Stark Shipping Agency.
LONDON, July 25, 2019 -- CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced the launch of Black Sea Sunflower Oil Financially Settled (Platts) futures (based on Sunflower Oil FOB Black Sea Ukraine), to begin trading on August 26, 2019, pending all relevant regulatory review periods.
Last September, Diligent Capital Partners, a Private Equity fund, jointly with the development bank of the Kingdom of the Netherlands FMO, closed a landmark deal in the agricultural sector after years of inactivity in the market. Together they purchased 16% of Allseeds – one of the major producers and exporters of vegetable oils and meals in Ukraine.
According to charter brokers, the demand for tonnage clearly exceeds the amount of available fleet, which forces charterers to improve their offerings in order to avoid breaking contracts.