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  • China's soybean demand in Q4 set to slacken as crushers
    China's soybean demand in Q4 set to slacken as crushers

    Sep 24, 2021 So, demand from local crushers generally determine the overall soybean imports by China. Power cuts weigh on supply. According to local media reports, 11 crushing plants in North China, seven in East China and nine in South China have been affected by the power outages

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  • LMA Grows With New Soybean Crush Plant in China
    LMA Grows With New Soybean Crush Plant in China

    Apr 01, 2021 LMA Grows With New Soybean Crush Plant in China. Lemarc Agromond (LMA) has ramped up its investment in China with the acquisition of a soybean crush plant in China’s northeast region. The purchase of the Long Jiang Fu soybean crushing plant boosts LMA’s capacity and bolsters its position in the soybean import market

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  • China's soyoil hit near 10-year high, crush margins swing
    China's soyoil hit near 10-year high, crush margins swing

    Oct 22, 2021 Oct 22, 2021 “Soybean oil inventories are low at crushing plants in general, and we should have (soyoil) shortage through second half of the year,” said a manager with a crusher that has plants across China

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  • Soy crushing facilities in China halt operations | World Grain
    Soy crushing facilities in China halt operations | World Grain

    Sep 27, 2021 TIANJIN, CHINA — At least 20 soybean crushing plants in China ceased operations last week to comply with curbs on industrial power consumption, setting off an increase in soymeal prices in the country, according to Reuters.. Among the companies with operations that were shuttered were Louis Dreyfus Co. (LDC) and Bunge Ltd

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  • Crush plants shut down as China energy consumption
    Crush plants shut down as China energy consumption

    Sep 28, 2021 By Cai Chen, senior price reporter for Fastmarkets AgriCensus Tens of soybean crushing plants have been ordered to shut down in China, particularly in Jiangsu and Tianjin, as provincial governments have curbed electricity supplies to the sector in a bid to meet stringent emission targets, several industry sources told Fastmarkets AgriCensus Thursday September 23

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  • Weak crush margins likely to keep China's soybean
    Weak crush margins likely to keep China's soybean

    Mar 24, 2021 Monthly average for China Soybean Gross Crush margin in March was assessed at $1.98/mt, compared with $28.13/mt and $16.59/mt in January and February, respectively, Platts data showed. According to the local crushers, once the gross margins fall below $20/mt threshold, losses start to pile up. As a result, the crushing plants adopt a cautious

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  • Chinese soy crushers set to add to ballooning soyoil
    Chinese soy crushers set to add to ballooning soyoil

    Mar 05, 2020 Soyoil inventories in China look set to build up further from already-high levels, denting prices even more, as the world's largest soybean crushing sector cranks back up

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  • UPDATE 3-Dreyfus, others shut soy crushing operations in
    UPDATE 3-Dreyfus, others shut soy crushing operations in

    Sep 24, 2021 (Adds Bunge statement)BEIJING, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Soymeal prices in China, the world's top consumer of the animal feed ingredient, are rising after at least 20 soybean crushing plants shuttered to comply with curbs on industrial power consumption, industry participants said on Friday.Five crushing plants in the northern city of Tianjin closed this week, said Tianfeng Futures in a note on

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  • China Shutters Soy Crushing Operations | Feed & Grain News
    China Shutters Soy Crushing Operations | Feed & Grain News

    Sep 27, 2021 Sep 27, 2021 Soymeal prices in China, the world's top consumer of the animal feed ingredient, are rising after at least 20 soybean crushing plants shuttered to comply with curbs on industrial power consumption, industry participants said on Friday. According to a report at Successful Farming, five crushing plants in the northern city of Tianjin closed this

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  • Chinese soybean crushing plants close on power curbs
    Chinese soybean crushing plants close on power curbs

    Sep 27, 2021 Dozens of soybean crushing plants have been ordered to shut down and halt production amid increasing demand, rising coal prices and the goal to meet the carbon neutrality. The temporary halt of

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  • China's farmers face more pain as power crunch drives up
    China's farmers face more pain as power crunch drives up

    Sep 30, 2021 China's huge livestock sector is facing a hike in feed costs as the country's worst power outages in years forces soybean crushing plants to close

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  • Dreyfus, others shut soy crushers in China on power curbs
    Dreyfus, others shut soy crushers in China on power curbs

    Sep 24, 2021 Beijing | Reuters —Soymeal prices in China, the world’s top consumer of the animal feed ingredient, are rising after at least 20 soybean crushing plants shuttered to comply with curbs on industrial power consumption, industry participants said on Friday. Five crushing plants in the northern city of Tianjin closed this week, said Tianfeng Futures in a note on Friday, including a facility owned by

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  • Chinese soybean crushing plants close on power curbs, spot
    Chinese soybean crushing plants close on power curbs, spot

    Sep 27, 2021 Chinese soybean crushing plants close on power curbs, spot soybean meal prices surges. in Commodity News, Dry Bulk Market 27/09/2021. Dozens of soybean crushing plants have been ordered to shut

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  • China’s soybean demand in Q4 set to slacken as crushers
    China’s soybean demand in Q4 set to slacken as crushers

    Sep 28, 2021 China’s soybean demand is expected to slacken in the fourth quarter of 2021 amid widespread power outages faced by local crushing plants, market

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  • LDC adds to soybean crushing capacity in China
    LDC adds to soybean crushing capacity in China

    Apr 05, 2018 Apr 05, 2018 Soybean crushing margins in China have remained buoyant since early August, generating demand for more soy imports despite delays in getting import certificates, according to a Reuters report . Chinese imports of soybeans jumped to the third-highest volume on record in December 2017, according to data from China’s General Administration of Customs

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