Louisa Burwood-Taylor June 30, 2015 Link to article Following on from an editor’s letter about Romania’s farmland investment market last month, and a reply from Carl Atkins, director at Terravost a few weeks ago, Peter Beerents, chief executive of Cibus Farmland Club delves deeper into the market’s fundamentals. Cibus Farmland Club is a procurement and […]Continue reading

Dutch Romanian Network Ron Schutte 8 April, 2015 Link to article Onlangs kocht één van de grootste Amerikaanse graanbedrijven Archer-Daniel-Midland twee terminals in de haven van Constanta voor 90 miljoen euro. Men bezat reeds aandelen in de Roemeense bedrijven die voorheen de bezitters van de terminal waren. Beide terminals, respectievelijk derde en vierde in grootte […]Continue reading

Agerpres: Constantin Balaban October 24, 2014 Link to article Fondul german ASI Europe GmbH are deja 4.000 de hectare în România, fondul olandez Cibus Farmland Club dezvoltă şi el un proiect agricol iar fondul britanic Velcourt Group Plc a anunţat şi el anul trecut că va face o investiţie în România. Potrivit datelor furnizate de […]Continue reading

Bloomberg Rudy Ruitenberg October 24, 2014 Link to article Romania Farmland Costing Fraction of U.K. Lures Investors October 24, 2014 10:58 AM EEST Rudy Ruitenberg Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) — Investment managers putting money into Romania’s farms are paying a fraction of prices in Germany or the U.K., buying the potential to boost yields by joining […]Continue reading

Nineoclock Business www.nineoclock.ro October 19, 2014 Link to article Constanta port is emerging as Europe’s biggest grain transport hub in the $4.2 billion global wheat trade, according Bloomberg. Buoyed by booming wheat and corn exports from Romania and its neighbors to the Middle East, grain volume passing through the port was up 30 percent by […]Continue reading

The Romania Journal Anca Bernovici Link to article Constanta, on its way to be Europe’s biggest grain transport hub Romania, now the top wheat supplier to Egypt’s state grain agency after wresting contracts from Russia and France, has attracted farm managers such as Germany’s AIS Europe GmbH, Archer-Daniels-Midland Co., CHS Inc., Cargill Inc. The Romanian […]Continue reading

Bloomberg Rudy Ruitenberg October 17, 2014 Link to article Cargill’s Black Sea Stop Is Booming 2,600-Year-Old Port Friday, October 17, 2014 09:12 am by Rudy Ruitenberg/ Bloomberg News Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) — Constanta, whose natural harbor on the Black Sea has welcomed ships since at least the sixth century B.C., is emerging as Europe’s biggest […]Continue reading

Agri Investor http://www.agriinvestor.com Louisa Burwood-Taylor July 10, 2014 Link to article   Dutch farmland club launches Romanian JV By Louisa Burwood-Taylor on 10 JULY 2014 A consortium of Dutch agriculture professionals has created a boutique Romanian farmland investment management firm Cibus Farmland Club and is targeting small to medium-sized investors in an effort to raise […]Continue reading

bne – Businessneweurope – Clare Nuttall June 19, 2014 Fears of land grab in Romania as global investors take root Drawn by the prospect of rising land prices as much as Romania’s fertile soil and good climate, foreign investors started snapping up farmland long before the country joined the EU. Recently, the profile of those […]Continue reading