Spain is facing a second consecutive year of poor grains crops. While northernmost grain producing areas still hold production potential, yields in the country’s southeast are estimated to have declined significantly. Despite the somewhat sluggish overall grains demand, a large amount of grain imports will be necessary to meet Spain’s consumption needs. Ports are expected to operate at high capacity. Unloading, in-land transport, and grain storage logistics will be particularly key to allow grains to flow towards consumption areas.