October’s been a steady month with demand and supply remaining consistent. Although November is expected to be very busy, with increased enquiries from all industries, we beleive supply will match this.
Should prices remain the same in November, lost food customers will be seen returning and we look forward to fulfilling enquiries from food, technical and oil customers.
After a little uncertainty in the beginning of the month caused my unseasonal rains, Guar demand and supply has been steady throughout October, which in turn has seen prices remain consistent, with little fluctuation.
Farmers who’ve been holding back on selling Guar seed are now increasing the amount they bring to market
Manufacturers and suppliers have been waiting for demand from the oil sector to increase throughout October; an increase has only been seen this week. The anticipation is the reason for farmers holding back their Guar seed.
Demand from the food sector, although increasing, remains below average.
Drilling grade: 35-40 and 40-45
Food grade: 200 mesh 3500 cps (Vikas material)
200 mesh 5500 cps (Vikas material)
Technical grade: 200 mesh 5000 cps