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Icumsa 45 Sugar

Incumsa 45 Sugar

ICUMSA 45 Sugar

White sugar is a white crystalline substance that has been used as a sweetening agent in foods and beverages since the 16th century. It is also used to color processed foods, cosmetics, personal care products, and pharmaceuticals. It is one of the most widely consumed sweeteners in the world.

Brazilian Icumsa 45 Sugar

The Brazilian sugarcane industry is the world’s biggest, and Brazil produces the most ethanol and sugar, accounting for 48% of world exports. ICUMSA means International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis, or by free translation, the International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis.

Brazil Sugar Export Market

Brazilian exports dominate the international market. Brazilian producers will gain greater control over prices over the next decade as a result of this concentration. Since Brazil’s producers are able to sell large quantities of sugar on the world market at any given time, even countries that produce sugar reasonably cheaply are undercut by Brazil.

Brazil’s sugar exports have been growing over the last decade, and already account for 15% of world sugar exports.Brazil’s Pertamina company dominates the Brazilian sugar market by selling most of its refined sugar to Europe (where it is more profitable than in Brazil) and South America.

The company also imports raw cane from other countries, where it can sell refined sugar at a larger profit. The company has also been expanding its market share in Asia, where it is making inroads against Japan’s Unifrance.Brazil exports large quantities of sugar to all of the major food-producing countries around the world because Brazil has an excellent supply base and a relatively small population.

For example, Brazil’s 1% share of world sugar output is the best in Latin America and the Caribbean.Brazil’s sugar exports to Japan are being hampered by a shortage of domestic sugarcane, as well as high import value prices that have made Brazilian sugar more expensive than it should be.

The Brazilian market is expected to consolidate its position as the world’s largest exporter. It is projected to account for over 55% of global trade by the end of the projection period and 63% of all additional sugar exports. High-quality raw sugar (VHP) is expected to dominate Brazilian exports in 2020-21, which are projected to reach 21 Mt, although white sugar shipments are also predicted to grow by 50%, reaching over 12 Mt.

 The largest sugar producer in history, A giant in the sugar industry. When it comes to sugar, Brazil is such a dominant player that fluctuations in sugar production there alone can substantially affect world sugar prices. Some. Seated that Brazil could flood the world market with cheap sugar if it chose to do so.

 A majority of sugar cane is planted in the northeast and central-south regions of Sao Paulo state during the Brazilian growing season. There are vast expanses of flat fields in the south-center region, fertile soil, and a clement climate that are conducive for growing sugar cane, which thrives in tropical and subtropical climates.

In Brazil, much time and effort are devoted to developing better sugar cane strains that grow faster and contain more sucrose than traditional strains of sugar cane. These strains are still harvested across the globe. VHP sugar can now be produced using high-yield crops that have been grown with time and money.

 Brazil’s sugar season lasts from April to March the following year. Summertime is the best time to plant sugar cane, and in the cooler months, it is harvested after 12 to 16 months of growth. The harvesting season usually runs from April to December in the South-Center region of Brazil and from September to March in the Northeast.

Brazilian Export
Refined White Sugar

The most common sugar is Icumsa 45, or white sugar. It is the easiest to dissolve of all sugars. To make the product tastier, chemical additives are added during product refinement to make it look whitish.

Purity

Purity

Its high purity and ability to last for two years can be attributed to its 99.8% sucrose content.

Refined Sugar

Refined icumsa 45

Crystal sugar is dissolved by controlled crystallization, making cucumsa 45 the most refined sugar of all.

icumsa 45 sugar

Icumsa 45

Icumsa:45 RBU
Moisture:0.04% Max.
Ash Content:0.04% Max.
Polarization:99.80º Min.
Solubility:100% Free Flowing
Radiation:Normal Certified
Color:Sparkling White
Granulation:Fine

Sugar Export

According to the USDA, United States Department of Agriculture in Brazil, Brazil may export 32.02 million tonnes of the commodity in 2020/21, an increase of 66% over 2019.

There are several reasons for this record, including the stable demand of the countries that import the most sugar, the great production of sugar within the country, as well as a favorable exchange rate for shipments and lower offers in competing countries.

Among the major reasons for the increase in Brazilian sugar, exports is the Arab world, according to Jacyr Costa Filho, member of Tereos Group’s executive committee and president of FiESP’s Superior Council for Agribusiness. It is very important for sugar to reach the Arab countries.

Brazilian companies are increasing investments in these countries, as they are the third largest destinations for agribusiness exports.

Brazil Sugar News Update

Brazil's August sugar production up by 51 percent

In the first half of August, the world’s largest producer of sweeteners produced 2.95 million tonnes more than a year earlier, according to industry group Only.

A comparison of annual sales for sugar and ethanol in Brazil revealed that sugar production was up 18% while ethanol sales were down 18%. Cane crushers crushed 46.40 million tonnes of cane in the first half of August, up 8.2% from the same period last year. Ethanol production decreased 5.8% to 2.27 billion liters in the first half of August. The numbers were in line with market expectations (see tables).

In times when ethanol demand and prices have decreased due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Brazilian mills adjusted their plants to produce as much sugar as possible this season.
It has been a dryer Brazilian winter than normal, so the cane harvest is going faster and has a higher sugar content, according to Unica’s technical director Antonio de Padua Rodrigues.

Brazil's August sugar production up by 51 percent

Port Logjam in Brazil Signals China’s Return to Sugar Market

Port Logjam in Brazil Signals China’s Return to Sugar Market

Chinese sugar demand is finally picking up after Beijing ended massive import tariffs, according to Fabiana Batista and Marvin G. Perez of Bloomberg.

According to port lineup data from consulting company Datagro dated Aug. 10, Brazil, the world’s largest producer of sweeteners, is scheduled to ship 816,823 metric tons to the Asian nation over the next few weeks.

In that period, 31% of all sugar exported from Brazilian ports will be loaded onto ships. China will once again be Brazil’s top sugar buyer if exports continue at the same pace.

Paulo Roberto de Souza, head of Alvean, says that there are more and more China-bound vessels waiting to be loaded in Brazil each day.

Paragon Global Markets’ managing director, Michael McDougall, believes China’s change in import tariffs points to an interest in rebuilding stocks to some extent.

It has taken about three months for raw sugar futures in New York to rebound 35% from their late-April low, as Chinese purchases and expectations of more to come have helped support prices. Datagro President Plinio Nastari said Chinese authorities may allow 2.1 million tons of extra imports in the coming months.

In addition to the rise in corn prices internally, McDougall indicated that more consumption of sugar may occur as a result of the increase in corn prices internally.

Alvean expects that China will import raw and white sugar in excess of 5 million tons this year from all destinations. When only raw sugar is taken into account, the increase is 50%. According to de Souza, Brazil may provide 80% of the raw material.

According to data from the Brazilian Trade Ministry, Brazil exported 1.43 million tons to the Asian nation through July, exceeding the volume shipped in 2019.

Important Information

Various quantities of sugar are available from us. In any case, however, In order to complete the transaction, certain requirements and/or preconditions must be met There are several things every buyer and/or agent should know:

1) We DO NOT work to Buyer’s terms and/or procedures.

2)We DO NOT provide Proof of Past Performance (POPP) documents.

3)We DO NOT provide Proof of Product Availability before receiving the payment instrument.

4)We DO NOT provide Performance Bond (PB) upfront.

5)We DO NOT provide Proof of Product (POP) before receiving the payment instrument.

Note: Real production costs and shipping costs are incorporated into our prices. In order to lower the price of sugar, a buyer must issue an SBLC carrying the value for longer than the standard quantity requested, which is one month.

Payment Terms and Procedures

It is necessary to have a payment instrument issued or confirmed by one of the Top 50 World Banks. Below is a list of the 50 largest world banks

VESSEL LOADS (Icumsa 45 and Icumsa 600-1200): MIN. 12,500 MT

*TERMS AND PROCEDURES BELOW ARE FOR VESSEL LOADS. FOR CONTAINER LOADS PLEASE

Spot

Payment terms

SBLC (Stand-by Letter of Credit) via MT760 as guarantee for SPOT value and TT (MT103) as payment per shipment at Port of Loading

POP (MT799)

SBLC from Top 50 Bank or Confirmed by Top 50 bank

Procedures

1. Buyer issues LOI

2. Seller issues SCO

3. Buyer issues ICPO with full banking details.

4. The Seller will present the draft contract for acceptance by the Buyer.

5. Buyer returns the draft contract by exchanging it by facsimile or Email attachment, duly signed and sealed, within 3 working days. The draft copy will be deemed legal until hard copies are exchanged.

6. Buyer’s Bank issues SBLC using SWIFT MT760 for SPOT value, open for full contract period, to be received at Seller’s Bank within 3 (three) working days.

7. Seller’s Bank issues to Buyer’s Bank POP (SWIFT MT799).

8. Shipping commences as per schedule.

Annual Contract

Payment terms

SBLC (Stand-by Letter of Credit) via MT760 as guarantee for ONE month’s value and TT (MT103) as payment per shipment at Port of Loading

PB 2% (MT760) + POP (MT799)

SBLC from Top 50 Bank or Confirmed by Top 50 bank

Procedures

1. Buyer issues LOI

2. Seller issues SCO

3. Buyer issues ICPO with full banking details.

4. The Seller will present the draft contract for acceptance by the Buyer.

5. Buyer returns the draft contract by exchanging it by facsimile or Email attachment, duly signed and sealed, within 3 working days. The draft copy will be deemed legal until hard copies are exchanged.

6. Buyer’s Bank issues SBLC using SWIFT MT760 for ONE month’s value, open for full contract period, to be received at Seller’s Bank within 3 (three) working days.

7. Seller’s Bank issues to Buyer’s Bank POP (SWIFT MT799) and 2% PB (SWIFT MT760) of one month’s value.

8. Shipping commences as per schedule.

CONTAINER LOADS (Icumsa 45): MIN. 1,000 MT MAX: 5,000 MT

*TERMS AND PROCEDURES BELOW ARE FOR CONTAINER LOADS. FOR VESSEL LOADS PLEASE

Spot

Payment terms

100% TT (MT103) in advance within 3 days after signing contract

POP (MT799)

Procedures

1. Buyer issues LOI

2. Seller issues SCO

3. Buyer issues ICPO with full banking details.

4. The Seller will present the draft contract for acceptance by the Buyer.

5. Buyer returns the draft contract by exchanging it by facsimile or Email attachment, duly signed and sealed, within 3 working days. The draft copy will be deemed legal until hard copies are exchanged.

6. Buyer’s Bank issues TT (MT103) for 100% of the SPOT value to be received at Seller’s Bank within 3 (three) working days.

7. Seller’s Bank issues to Buyer’s Bank POP (SWIFT MT799).

8. Containers are loaded and shipping documents are presented to Buyer.

Annual Contract

Payment terms

100% TT (MT103) of ONE month’s value in advance within 3 days after signing contract

POP (MT799)

 

Procedures

1. Buyer issues LOI

2. Seller issues SCO

3. Buyer issues ICPO with full banking details.

4. The Seller will present the draft contract for acceptance by the Buyer.

5. Buyer returns the draft contract by exchanging it by facsimile or Email attachment, duly signed and sealed, within 3 working days. The draft copy will be deemed legal until hard copies are exchanged.

6. Buyer’s Bank issues TT (MT103) for 100% of ONE month’s value to be received at Seller’s Bank within 3 (three) working days.

7. Seller’s Bank issues to Buyer’s Bank POP (SWIFT MT799).

8. Containers are loaded and shipping documents are presented to Buyer.

Steps 6-7 are repeated every month until end of contract

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