QSL Weekly Update – 21 December 2018

21 December 2018

Welcome to your weekly overview of key QSL news and information.

Survey closing
QSL’s 2018 Grower Satisfaction Survey will close at the end of this month. Don’t miss your chance to have your say by completing the short survey available by clicking here.

2019 shaping up as another milestone year
It’s been a busy year for the QSL team, but we’re already focused on bigger things ahead in 2019.
Click here for details

Marketing deadline for growers in MSF Sugar milling districts
Time is almost up for growers in MSF Sugar milling districts to nominate their marketer for the 2019 Season. Growers in these areas have until 31 December 2018 to nominate their marketer. Contact Daniel Messina for more information on 0429 660 238. Learn more about our QSL Loyalty Bonus by clicking here.

Weekly updates take leave for Christmas
Please be advised that our QSL Market Updates and QSL Weekly Updates will cease for the Christmas holiday period from today 21 December 2018 to the week of 7 January 2019.

Wilmar Sugar growers
Cane payables redirected and third party payments for mud/molasses/levies were processed on Thursday 20 December. If your statement shows a negative amount for this, this amount will be offset with the January Advances Payment on 24/1/19.
For the Indicative Advances rate increases for the remainder of the 2018 season, click here

Current indicative pool prices
To access our latest indicative 2018-Season pool prices and the Shared Pool applicable to your milling district, please click on the relevant link below:
Bundaberg Sugar milling districts
Isis Central Sugar Mill milling districts
Mackay Sugar milling districts
MSF Sugar milling districts
Tully Sugar milling districts
Wilmar milling districts
QSL Market Update
Recent activity in the raw sugar market has played out like a series of ‘Groundhog Days’, with prices devoid of volume, direction and interest. A vacuum of fresh fundamental news has seen MAR19 trapped in a narrow 12.50/13.00 range and as a result it seems most traders have decided to go on Christmas leave early. Unfortunately this will likely continue until the New Year and a clearer picture of Indian and Thai crushing figures materialises. Click here to read our full update

Today’s sugar prices
Click here to read our latest Daily Market Snapshot