The existing lineup of ships in Brazilian ports stands at 18 up from 16. The ships are listed to ship 500,002 tonnes of sugar from Brazil up from 470,000 last week as the 2010/11 comes to an end. The line up at Santos is currently the largest with 245,000 tonnes scheduled to leave the port.
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