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A influência da exportação de açúcar no porto de Santos sobre o frete rodoviário do fertilizante no estado de São Paulo

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  • Antonio, Joao Paulo Gomes Rigueiral e
  • Carvalho, Leandro Bernardino de

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This survey has the purpose to prove as and how much the volume of exported sugar by Santos port interferes in the freight value negotiated for fertilizer distribution for the final customer, in São Paulo State. For people who are directly connected to fertilizer logistic, it is very important to have knowledge of how this variable impact in its market and so, it is possible to plan and make feasible differential logistic strategies to can provide more competitiveness for its business. Through statistics methodology, it is possible to observe and quantify the influence of main variable that has interference in the delivery road freight to the final customer. Based on this, it will be able to conclude that the logistic linking between sugar and fertilizer will be closer, due to strong relationships and it will depend on both bases and its commercial interests.

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  • Antonio, Joao Paulo Gomes Rigueiral e & Carvalho, Leandro Bernardino de, 2007. "A influência da exportação de açúcar no porto de Santos sobre o frete rodoviário do fertilizante no estado de São Paulo," Revista de Economia e Agronegocio / Brazilian Review of Economics and Agribusiness, Federal University of Vicosa, Department of Agricultural Economics, vol. 5(2).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:rdeeag:54600
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