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Shipping backlogs prompts CBH bid plan

The current backlog of ships has prompted grains handler CBH Group to implement a temporary system that will see grain marketers bid for shipping slots to export grain.

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Great Southern
The "transportation issue" can not be referring to road transport. With the introduction of Grainexpress, CBH have now their own dedicated fleet carrier. Previous to this, grain transport went out on a tender system to the transport industry. Now with their dedicated fleet carrier this does not happen. All freight goes to the dedicated fleet carrier. There are actually a large volume of trucks available in the great southern currently to move grain. If given the opportunity.

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