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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Tue Apr 1, 2014 04:53 PM CDT

The unloading of grain at terminal positions is of utmost importance in terms of meeting commitments with our buyers as well as cleaning up the back-logged grain while tightening stocks on the Prairies in order to force basis levels. While this environment may be a ways off, trends for unloads at West Coast terminals are moving in the right direction as the companies move towards the 1 million metric tonne weekly target, as set by the Canadian government's Order in Council.

Wheat receipts in week 33 totaled 252,000 metric tonnes at West Coast terminals, the highest level seen since 305,800 ...

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