European Commodities Exchange (ECE) 2018
Join us to learn about the full range of our analytical, inspection, fumigation, risk management, audit and certification, and market research services.
October 25, 2018, 12:00
October 26, 2018, 16:00
SGS will sponsor and participate in the 58th annual European Commodities Exchange (ECE), in Rouen, France, the city where SGS was first established 140 years ago.
Meet our representatives at Booth D5 and learn about our full range of services. Our experts can help you control and analyze your products, ensuring they meet the quality, safety and compliance requirements demanded by global markets.
This year’s event marks a special anniversary for SGS. It is 140 years since the company was established in Rouen, in 1878, as a grain inspection house.
Back then, the company’s founder, sitting on the docks at Rouen, realized that grain exporters were losing money because they were not represented at the port of destination, that importers would only pay for grain received, not what was shipped. During transit, there were losses in the volume of grain due to shrinkage and theft. SGS was set up to inspect and verify the quantity and quality of the grain at point of departure and on arrival.
Since then we have steadily grown into our role as the industry leader. We have done this through continual improvement and innovation and through supporting our customers’ operations by reducing risk and improving productivity.
This event brings together over 3,000 delegates, from 56 countries, making it the most important annual conference in the cereal and feed commodities sector’s annual calendar.
SGS is a GAFTA and FOSFA superintendent and analyst member. We offer extensive services to the commodities industry, including testing, inspection, prevention of insect related damage, logistics support, primary processing activities and market research. All our services ensure value is retained and even added where possible.
Talk to our representatives on Booth D5 at ECE 2018 to learn about our solutions.