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Monthly receivals report

Monday 3 to Sunday 30 June 2024 report

  3 - 30 June 2024 Total 2023/24 harvest**
Viterra total receivals* 17,046 tonnes 5,678,969 tonnes
Western region receivals 1,215 tonnes 1,895,864 tonnes
Central region receivals 13,211 tonnes 2,359,872 tonnes
Eastern region receivals 2,620 tonnes 1,423,233 tonnes

Growers delivered over 17,000 tonnes to Viterra during June, with many making the most of the ability to deliver grain stored on farm direct to port for loading on a vessel through our port direct service.

Viterra General Manager Operations, Gavin Cavanagh says port direct benefits our grower and buyer customers.

“For growers who store grain on farm, port direct allows them to maximise its value with buyers reflecting a reduction in fees through higher pricing for their grain,” Gavin says.

“Buyers can use port direct as an additional option for purchasing growers’ grain through our network, to assist them in accumulating for upcoming vessels.

“Several buyers used the service this month in conjunction with grain delivered at harvest for shipments of pulses at our Inner Harbour, Port Giles and Port Lincoln terminals.”

In total, Viterra exported more than 250,000 tonnes to international markets during the month, a combination of grain delivered during harvest moved from our upcountry sites to port for shipping, and on farm grain delivered at buyers call through port direct.

Viterra opens planting survey for grower feedback

Viterra is calling for growers to complete its annual planting survey which opened last week. The survey asks for feedback on plantings for the 2024/25 harvest to help inform our segregations and plan elevation capacity at sites.

Viterra General Manager Operations, Gavin Cavanagh says the feedback growers provide through the survey on the commodities, varieties and hectares they have sown for the season, and how this compares to last year, is valuable for our harvest planning process.

“We encourage all our grower customers to complete the planting survey. By knowing what’s been planted, we can plan ahead,” Gavin says.

“The information we receive informs our segregation plans and helps us plan elevation capacity to ensure we can provide an efficient and effective service for growers and carriers during the busy harvest period.”

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Viterra brings the Adelaide Crows to the EP for third Country connect event

Over the weekend, Viterra and the Adelaide Football Club held the final Country connect event for 2024 hosted at Eyre Peninsula (EP) football and netball club, Eastern Eyre Ranges.

Past and present AFL & AFLW Crows players and Viterra employees attended and assisted with the Club’s match day at Cleve on Saturday 29 June, followed by participating in a front bar style event in the evening. On Sunday 30 June, the team hosted a junior coaching clinic for around 100 children at Rudall.

This wraps up Country connect for 2024, following events in Lameroo and Bute earlier in the year. All three events received overwhelmingly positive feedback from the clubs and locals involved.

We are looking forward to the second year of our partnership with the Crows in 2025, where we will host additional events across southern Australia, and are proud to continue to support the regional communities where the majority of our employees and customers live and work through the programme.

* This data is subject to variation due to individual site operations and the timing of reports.
** The total 2023/24 data includes grain received into Viterra’s storage and handling network since 25 September 2023.

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