Brewing Raw Material Journal – BRMJ
Our bi-weekly Brewing Raw Material Journal (BRMJ) is a unique and independent source of information, providing our subscribers with the latest market information and trends on malting barley, malt and related commodities.
Besides tracking the most significant market data, statistics and information covering all regions, the BRMJ deals with topics such as price and supply risks and opportunities, world barley production, supply and demand projections, sowing conditions, weather reports, crop progress, harvest news and industry forecasts.
As well as these areas the BRMJ also goes into new legal issues, future markets and foreign exchange markets reports and updates on specific regions, such as the European Union, Canada, Australia, the USA, Asia and Africa.
The BRMJ includes views and commentaries, opinions of relevant people in the industry, in order to help our customers make their businesses more efficient and more profitable.
Mr. Roger Martin started the BRMJ in 1999, wishing to provide for our community trustworthy information while respecting the standards of professional journalism and reporting.
In October 2011, Matthias Wree and Nikolaus Bormann founded RMI Analytics to take over publication of the BRMJ and the organisation of associated events. Since then Mr. Wree has left the company and the current Managing Partners are Nikolaus Bormann with Dr Christian Temme as CEO.
The BRMJ is researched and written by Manager of Market Insights and Reporting Scott Casey.
What makes the BRMJ highly recognized after all this time is the relevant content for professionals in the malting barley industry and brewing sector as well as the constant and reliable supply of information in a user-friendly format.
The bi-weekly edition of the Brewing Raw Material Journal (BRMJ)
Our subscribers receive the BRMJ and it’s exclusive insights every two weeks via email. See below one of the editions of the Brewing Raw Material Journal.
The Brewing Raw Material Journal (example)
For each RMI Analytics BRMJ an Executive Summary is available free.
Executive Summary (the latest edition)
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