SGS is a proud sponsor of and will exhibit at Global Grain Geneva, November 8-10, the world's largest meeting place for the international grain industry.
Global grains production for 2016/2017 is expected to increase 10MT month-on-month with the corn crop providing the biggest gains. There are, however, quality concerns from some regions that have been subjected to heavy rains in the last few months. Politics, including the UK's decision to leave the European Union, and financial markets are playing an increasingly important role. These changes might make the 2016/17 season even more challenging.
Global Grain Geneva 2016 will have everything you need to discuss these issues, under one roof. Whether it is the most up-to-date industry forecast from top expert speakers, a quiet lounge to close your deals, or a room full of potential clients.
SGS's Global Grain Services
Sampling, testing, inspection, audit and certification can ensure the quality, safety and compliance of grains, oilseeds and feeds. Internationally recognized for our high level of expertise and independence, SGS’s capabilities give you access to global resources in many production, processing and consuming countries.
Our global network of qualified experts delivers comprehensive services and cost effective solutions. With a presence in all major markets, we can control and analyze your product to be sure it meets quality, safety and compliance requirements, wherever its destination.
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