Rainfall boosts Albany’s grain exports
Total trade at Albany increased 13% in 2011-12 to 3.5 million tonnes, buoyed by strong increases in grain exports.
Grain exports from Albany increased 34% - Credit Jemma Castle
Grain exports increased 34% after good rainfall while woodchips remained fairly steady with a slight decrease.
“It is clear that woodchip trade has stabilised, albeit at a much lower level than was previously predicted,” said Albany Port’s chief...
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