Melbourne: Australian wheat major AWB has resolved quality issues with Indian authorities for exporting the remaining 400,000 tonnes of wheat consignment as part of its $90 million deal to supply 500,000 tonnes of the grain.
``AWB has successfully resolved key issues relating to its current Indian contract and is now moving to finalise its shipping programme for our customer,'' Australian Wheat Board spokesperson Peter Mcbride told PTI here on Tuesday.
About 100,000 tonnes had already been delivered to the southern Indian ports of Tuticorin and Chennai while the remaining 400,000 tonnes were held up due to issues related to quarantine.
The company, however, described the problem largely as a technical issue. PTI