Our Sugar Marketing team analysed 10 years of forward pricing outcomes, and the results are compelling.
The analysis of Wilmar growers' forward pricing outcomes over the past 10 seasons indicates that forward pricing does enable growers to capture higher GEI Sugar prices.
It shows that, on average, a GEI Sugar price of more than $500/tonne was available 16% of the time. And a GEI Sugar price of more than $450/tonne was available 44% of the time.
The results are published in the updated Wilmar Growers’ Forward Pricing Performance publication, released this week.
The publication builds on research that was first published last year to help answer the often-asked question: Does forward pricing really make a difference?
The answer would still appear to be yes.
For more details, download Wilmar Growers’ Forward Pricing Performance 2011-2020 Seasons.
Wilmar has also updated its Understanding Forward Pricing information sheet.
It provides an overview of what forward pricing is, the potential benefits it offers, and Wilmar’s flexible forward pricing tools.
For more details, download Understanding Forward Pricing.