By Will Cavan
International Mango Organization (IMO)
November 07, 2011
Maersk vessel WISMAR discharged Ecuadorian mangoes through the port of Miami on the 1st of November 2011 and NY/NJ on the 4th of November 2011.
APL vessel HYUNDAI GOODWILL discgarged Ecuadorian mangoes through the port of NY/NJ on the 4th of November 2011
ALIANCA vessel CAP HENRI discharged Brazil mangoes through the port of NY/NJ on the 4th of November 2011.
HAMBURG SUD vessel CAP GREGORY discharged Brazil mangoes through Port EVERGLADES on the 3rd of November 2011.
South Florida ports received 26% of all imports during November 01 through November 04, 2011
Three vessels discharged 74% of all product at the port of NY/NJ on November 04, 2011 from both Ecuador and Brazil.
117,708 (4kg) cartons were delivered to 9 USA importers.
DAVID OPPENHEIMER received 33% of product shipped to the USA market. Of the 38,544 cartons received by OPPY, 33,264 were from Brazil shipper UPA and one container (5,280 cartons) came from Ecuador shipper SEMBRIEXPORT.
DAYKA & HACKETT received product from three Ecuadorian shippers:BLIX (5,280 cartons), ESPECIALCORP (5,280 cartons) and BRESSON (4,994 cartons) for a total of 15,504 cartons or a 13% market share on the USA East Coast.
SOUTHERN SPECIALTIES received one container each at the port of NY/NJ and Port Everglades.
5,544 cartons were shipped fromBrazil exporters FINOBRAS and AGROBRAS for a total of 11,088 (4kg) cartons for a 9% market share.
COAST TROPICAL rceived 10,560 cartons from RICABERTO S.A. of Ecuador through the port of NY/NJ for an 9% market share..
FOOD SOURCE received two containers with 9,936 cartons through the port of Miami from ecuador shipper BRESSON for an 8% market share.
C.H. ROBINSON imported one container with 5,280 cartons from Ecuador shipper PIVANO.
CENTRAL AMERICAN PRODUCE had one container from BLIX of Ecuadorian mangoes with 5,280 cartons via the port of Miami.
PANORAMA SALES received a container (5,280 cartons from Ecuador shipper BLIX S.A. via the port of NY/NJ on the 4th of November.
NEW LIMECO received one container (5,148 cartons) from Ecuador shipper JMW TROPICAL through the port of Miami on the 1st of November 2011.