ÖZPOLAT MAKINA – Gold Sponsor of the ‘Agro&Food Security Forum. Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses’, September 14-15, Warsaw
UkrAgroConsult is pleased to welcome ÖZPOLAT MAKINA as a Gold Sponsor of the International Forum ‘Agro&Food Security Forum. Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses’ to be held on September 14-15 at the Westin Hotel, Warsaw, Poland. The organizers of the event are the consulting agency “UkrAgroConsult” and the Association of Pulses Producers and Consumers of Ukraine.
The ÖZPOLAT MAKINA company offers food equipment and storage systems, including silos and grain cleaning equipment, as well as the production of compound feed.
Agro&Food Security Forum. Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses is a new platform for the global dialogue and the search for effective solutions to ensure global food security, develop new supply chains and collaborate in agribusiness.
The Forum will involve government representatives of Ukraine and Poland, leading Ukrainian experts and market operators, as well as international agri community, to highlight new factors shaping agricultural market of Ukraine and the world in 2023-25, production and export potential of agri commodities, formation of new logistics corridors and new ways of cooperation to prevent the food crisis.
Also, on September 14 a working trip to the ports of Gdansk and Gdynia will take place. Detailed information>>
Delegates from 15+ countries have already registered to take part!
Sponsors of the Forum: Gold Sponsors – Port of Gdynia, Özpolat Makina. Gold Trade Sponsor – MKM Trade. Legal Sponsor – AGA Partners. Sponsors – CME Group and Arnika Agro-Industrial Group, Ascet Shipping.
We invite all agri & food operators to join the Forum and take an active part in shaping of the new market reality.
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