The USGC sets the course for future growth
The U.S. Grain Council sets priority areas for trade next year at this week’s annual meeting.
Minnesota President and Farmer Chad Willis told Brownfield that although 2021 was a record year for many exports, there was still room for growth, such as the E-10 in Mexico.
“Being a border country like this, it’s just an easy choice if you can make it to the end, but there are a lot of circles to go through to get there,” he says.
Each overseas council office is focusing on goods this week, and a new one will open in India starting this year.
“I was planning to travel there in January, but because of COVID we had to cancel that trip,” he says.
Willis adds that container shortages and port delays have continued to be a problem in the United States, and creative solutions are also being developed to help move grain exports.
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