A huge six-day blaze at a fuel storage facility at the entrance of Brazil's Santos port is restricting access of trucks delivering grains and goods.
However, the port says grain shipments have yet to be disrupted with terminal soy stocks sufficient to keep loading soybeans for the next few days.
Huge plumes of smoke have hung over the city of Santos for nearly a week as firefighters struggle to quell the flames.
As a result, police have restricted truck access to the right bank of the port, probably until Friday.
Luckily, the largest grain terminal, the TGG operation, run by ...