Пятая международная конференция«Аграрные инвестиции - МТР 2012»
September 07, 2016, ​HILTON KYIV, Ukraine
 
 
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International vegoil conference, seminar, round table, Black Sea region, Kiev, Ukraine, Europe/h2>

fat industry, meal, sunflover oil, soya, soybean, edible oil, rapeseed, CPO, palm oil, olive oil, canola, flaxseed, refinery, crop, price, export, import, production, business, linseed, harvest


Black Sea Оil Trade-2014

 

 

Considering intensifying competition in the market of vegetable oils, producers and traders with strategic thinking start to realize that expansion of crushing capacities is not enough to be effective and their activity has to be supplemented by deep processing of vegetable oils. Currently, such products with high added value as refined bottled oil, phosphatide concentrate and lecithin make up a small share in the Ukrainian production and exports of oil&fat products. Lately, vegoil market has been also facing a growing demand for processed soy products encouraging expansion of soybean production.


The following topical aspects of the market’s future behavior will be covered by the leading industry experts within the “Black Sea Oil Trade - 2014” Conference:

  •  Global trends in the oilseed market. Production and trade of vegetable oils
  •  Ukraine and Russia in the sun oil market: partners or competitors?
  •  Development of deep processing of oilseeds as one of strategic priorities for the future of the agricultural business in Ukraine
  •  Potential markets for processed vegoil products (India, China , Egypt)
  •  Switching from exports of raw materials to exports of products with high added value
  •  Vegetable oil logistics in the Black Sea region
  •  Soy products market in Ukraine and Russia
  •  Export destinations for packaged products of fat&oil  industry


Modifying its strategy on the basis of above-mentioned trends Ukrainian crushing industry will be able to develop successfully for the next 5-10 years.


In 2013 “Black Sea Oil Trade” Conference attracted more than 140 delegates from 22 countries and 110 companies. Among conference participants were oilseed producers and crushers, traders, investment companies, banks, consulting, shipping, brokerage, insurance and surveying companies. 15 speakers were represented by leading experts from Ukraine, Russia, China, Turkey and the UK.

 


 

 

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