Grain transport 'as good as it gets'

Grain transport 'as good as it gets'

THIS year is going to be about as good as it gets for U.S. grain movement out of the U.S., but some factors need to be watched closely, Ken Eriksen, coordinator of client advisory and development group for Informa Economics, told attendees during the 2016 Export Exchange held Oct. 24-26 in Detroit, Mich.

According to Eriksen, this year, farmers have done a phenomenal job of producing a large crop.

"We're going to be harvesti

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