Following the catastrophic flooding from Hurricane Harvey, U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) vice president of communications Steve Mercer said some ports are still closed, rail embargoes remain in effect and virtually no wheat was inspected for export last week at Texas grain export elevators. Even with the human and industrial costs of the storm, however, Mercer said the supply chain is making good progress toward bringing the system fully back on line as soon as possible.
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