SAO PAULO, BRAZIL — Brazil’s Port of Paranagua is resuming grain export operations after a fire that affected conveyor belts at two terminals, Reuters reported.

Operations are still stopped at the two affected terminals, which are connected to berths 212, 213 and 214. Soymeal and soybean loading is resuming at the nine terminals not impacted by the fire.

Shipping agent Cargonave, which operates at the port, said separately that the extent of damage had not been determined, Reuters said.