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Brazil Port Resumes Grain Loading After Fire

Operations at Port of Paranaguá were affected by fire on conveyor belts at two terminals

The Port of Paranaguá, Brazil's second busiest for soybean and sugar cargoes, is gradually resuming grain export operations after a fire that affected conveyor belts at two terminals, according to a statement from the port authority on Wednesday.

Marine Link reports that operations remain halted at the two affected terminals,which form part of an export corridor comprising 11 terminals, the authority said.

The port authority said soymeal and soybean loading was resuming at the nine terminals not affected by the fire.

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