Dekel Agri-Vision Ivory Coast Crude-Palm-Oil Output Rose 3.6% in September – MarketWatch

By Anthony O. Goriainoff
Dekel Agri-Vision PLC said Friday that crude-palm-oil production at its project in Ivory Coast rose 3.6% in September.
The company also said that given that CPO prices are trading at an all-time high, it was well positioned to continue the current strong period of financial growth into 2022.
The U.K.-listed agricultural company said that in September production at the Ayenouan palm oil project rose to 2,035 metric tons from 1,965 tons the year before.
The average sales price rose to 954 euros ($1,102) a ton from EUR604 in September 2020, the company said.
“Should prices remain in this range we are well positioned to further improve on our 2021 record financial high season in 2022,” the company said.
Shares at 0735 GMT were flat at 4.75 pence.
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