Advice & Strategy

Marketing Advice and Strategy

The Australian commodity merchandising sector has undergone enormous structural and functional changes over the last decade and those changes have given rise to greater marketing choice and complexity that comes with it, to Australian farmers and graziers. Today, independent marketing advice is essential.

Bridge Commodities is an independent commodity strategy and marketing company based in Brisbane, QLD that already work with some of this country’s most prominent agricultural production company’s.

Marketing strategy and advice is exclusive to each individual client. The marketing strategy implemented takes into consideration the needs and objectives of each individual client and is done in such a way to utilise the clients existing assets in order to improve gross margin value back to the producer.

We look at any one or a combination of the following for our clients depending upon their individual needs and objectives:

  • Ex Farm
  • Ex Silo / Warehouse / Gin / Refinery
  • Delivered Site / Delivered Container Terminal (DCT)
  • CNF - Export
  • Spot and Forward Contracts;
  • Cash Contracts;
  • Committed Unpriced Contracts;
  • “On-Call” / basis contracts;
  • Guaranteed Minimum Price (GMP) Contracts;
  • Fixed tonnage contracts;
  • Hectare contracts; and,
  • Balance of crop contracts.

Our clients have access to an experienced team of professionals who can assist them with meeting their marketing goals, be they for price maximisation / minimisation or risk minimisation.

Services include identifying pricing opportunities, advice on the various marketing products including price risk management advice on using derivatives such futures, options and swaps, full monitoring of market positions as well as physical commodity brokerage.

Why Australian Ag?

Australia exports more than 60% of our agricultural produce — much of it to Asia, which by 2030 will be home to two-thirds of the world’s middle-class.

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