As a leading exporter of Australian agricultural commodities, Glencore Agriculture shares strong relationships with growers, while providing one of the world's leading marketing and logistics networks.
Glencore Agriculture is one of the largest buyers of wheat, barley, oilseeds, pulses, sorghum and cotton direct from
We have accumulation offices in all the key growing regions of Australia; Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
Efficient movement of commodities from storage to port or domestic end-users is critical to supply customers with their products in a timely manner. Our management of logistics services allows us to continue to manage the quality and specifications to meet cargo requirements.
We can provide bulk or containerised products for international buyers. Our owned and managed packing and processing facilities focus on container shipments which pack a range of niche and high value commodities. Our global shipping fleet allows us to deliver bulk products to our customers efficiently and on time.
Through our global origination network and supply chains across all principal import and export markets, we are able to offer customers a range of commodities, varieties, specifications and volumes to suit their individual requirements.
Glencore Agriculture has made the difficult decision to stop producing AgriBusiness magazine as we look at new ways to inform growers about industry related news. (more…)
Glencore Agriculture donated $1000 to community group, Empowering Lower Eyre Suicide Prevention Network, which was nominated by Elizabeth Burns from the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, the winner of our AgriBusiness survey. (more…)
Glencore Agriculture and Viterra was pleased to sponsor two agriculture events last week, Thriving Women Conference 2020 and the Southern Australia Durum Growers Association Forum. (more…)
Glencore Agriculture has recently received its new International Sustainability and Carbon Certification confirming its continued focus on supplying sustainable canola from Australia to European markets. (more…)