SAO PAULO, Brazil (DTN) -- Brazil's logistical annus horribilis continues.
Four months into the soy season, Brazilian ports are still suffering grain export delays, and the second-crop corn is now arriving.
Still, there is good news.
Progress has been made in constructing new grain export corridors through the north over the last six months.
"Everything is moving forward. In a few years, the situation may have improved," said Luiz Antonio Fayet, logistics consultant for the Brazilian Agriculture and Livestock Confederation (CNA).
The development of ports in the north, and the accompanying road, rail and river links to the Cerrado soy ...