A second convoy of four vessels sailed from Ukraine’s deep sea ports Aug. 7, following the first convoy on Aug. 5, showing the feasibility of the “humanitarian maritime corridor” for food exports and further easing global supply disruptions for corn, wheat and sunflower derivatives. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The United Nations and Turkey brokered a deal in July to resume shipment of grains and oilseeds out of the Black Sea through a “humanitarian maritime corridor”, via shipping lanes which had been halted for more than five months following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February. The suspension was the main driver for the surge in global wheat and corn prices. Platts had assessed Ukrainian 11.5% protein wheat at $347/mt FOB Black Sea Aug. 5, data by S&P Global Commodity Insights showed, while Ukraine corn was assessed at $306/mt FOB Black […]