Black Sea Grain and Oilseeds 2016
Visit Black Sea Grain and Oilseeds 2016 and don't miss Irina Sarycheva, SGS Customer Care and Technical Governance Manager, speaking about the grain and oilseeds markets.
September 7, 2016
September 7, 2016
Moscow, Russian Federation
Join us and hear Irina Sarycheva, SGS Customer Care and Technical Governance Manager, speak about the grain and oilseeds markets during the Session 3 Panel from 16.00-18.00.
The key topics for this panel include:
- Are grain production forecasts coming true?
- Grain quality of the new crop: guidelines for market participants – where to buy
- Anticipating the record high export: will the market suffer infrastructure restrictions; can we save existing and open new markets
- Start of the oilseed season: expectations and risks
This conference is the oldest Russian grain conference and participants will be offered a highly topical and comprehensive program, discussing legislative support and state regulation of the Russian grain market, new trends on the world grain and oilseed markets, crop size and quality evaluation in three FSU Black Sea countries, and the sowing campaign of winter crops.
It will be attended by key representatives of the Government of the Russian Federation, representatives of biggest domestic agroholdings, domestic and multinational traders, millers and feed millers, oilseed crushers, export terminal managers, banks, and domestic policy makers. Concluding this conference will be the 4th Moscow Grain Dinner.
Grains and Oilseed Testing
As a world leader in grains and oilseeds testing, SGS offers you unrivaled agricultural experience and a unique global network. With innovative technology, the latest testing methods and expert scientists and technicians, our laboratories provide the highest standards of precision and integrity throughout the world. We are an analyst and superintendent member of the Grain and Feed Trade Association (Gafta) we can inspect, verify, analyze and advise on all commodities (grain, pulses, rice, general produce, spice and feeds) that are traded under Gafta Contract Terms.