Viterra is pleased to release its new warehouse to cash service ahead of the 2020/21 harvest. Warehouse to cash makes it quicker and easier to instantly sell and transfer your warehoused grain to a cash price, and reflects our continued investment to improve our services to grower customers.
The project has been part of a significant investment into our services and technology for grower customers. It follows the upgrade to our IT grain management system which enabled the release of our Viterra app prior to last harvest and warehouse to cash ahead of this harvest.
Warehouse to cash is available for current season warehoused grain and is in addition to existing options for growers to sell and contract their grain. Growers can sell and transfer a maximum of 250 tonnes per transaction.
Transfer current season warehoused grain to a cash price without needing to contact the buyer beforehand. Available for one parcel of a maximum of 250 tonnes (one commodity, grade and site combination) at a time.
A cash price offered to growers that have a sustainability accreditation in place with the buyer for the relevant commodity.
Payment could be delayed or withheld. For more information, contact the relevant buyer.
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The cash price may have been changed or withdrawn. The buyer may have withdrawn or changed the price. For more information, please contact the buyer.
Warehouse to cash transfers are available for a maximum of 250 tonnes per transaction. Please change the selected quantity and try again. The selected quantity is more than 250 tonnes, please revise the selected quantity and try again.
We could not process your request. Please contact the buyer. The transaction has not been successful with the buyer, please contact the buyer.
Payment terms are the terms which each buyer sets such as when payment will be made. Payment terms are accepted by the grower when they sell and transfer their grain to the buyer. For further information, contact the buyer.
Yes, warehouse to cash is in addition to existing options for growers to sell and contract grain.