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PRESS AWARD TO FEED PLANET IN IRAN

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Feed Planet magazine is granted a press award in Tehran where it attended the 4th edition of FeedExpo, an Iranian exhibition on feed industry. Representing the magazine, Cemalettin Kanas, the editor-in-chief of Feed Planet, took the award from the hands of Mahdi Masoudi, the organizer of the exhibition. Feed Planet magazine is living the pride of receiving a press award. …

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MINISTER PAKDEMİRLİ LEVELS LATIN AMERICAN MARKETS

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Turkish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Bekir Pakdemirli made a quick start to his new post. Taking briefings from various institutions in order to ascertain problems of the sector, Minister Pakdemirli attended the G20 Agriculture Ministers’ Summit held in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Turkish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Bekir Pakdemirli, attended the G20 Agriculture Ministers’ Summit organized …

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GLOBAL TRADE WAR TO BOOST EXPORTS FROM BLACK SEA REGION

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Trade conflict between the United States and China could further boost already booming grain and oilseed exports from the Black Sea region, traders and analysts told Reuters. New opportunities to sell wheat, corn and soybeans to China and even the European Union are set to open up for the region’s main exporters Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, whose recent ascendancy has …

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UKRAINE MOVE BY GUSAD AND AUSD

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AUSD and GUSAD will hold an important conference in Ukraine which is on the way to be a global grain giant. A committee consisting of 150 persons from Turkey will participate the “Grain Processors Forum” that will take in place in Odessa. GUSAD President Erhan Özmen said that the conference will bring the world leader flor industrialists and Ukrainian producers …

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CIMBRIA’S SUCCESS IN THE BALTIC STATES

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Record-breaking grain yields in the last few years have encouraged Baltic farmers and companies engaged in the trade of grain to invest in grain silo plants. The capacity of grain silos built by Cimbria and “Dotnuva Baltic in 2017 exceeded 130,000 tons. Four contracts for industrial grain elevators have already been signed for 2018. Cimbria’s partner in the Baltic States, …

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NIBULON TO INVEST $2 BLN IN EGYPT GRAIN STORAGE, TRANSPORT

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Nibulon, an Ukrainian grain trading company, plans to invest $2 billion in new grain silos and barges in Egypt’s Nile Delta region. The Project, which is in line with Egypt’s policy to maximize benefits of the river transport system, would begin in two years. Ukrainian grain trading company Nibulon is to invest $2 billion to build new grain silos and …

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CHINA’S COFCO NAMES LU JUN NEW CHAIRMAN

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Major Chinese grains trader COFCO Corp announced that it had named Lu Jun, former chairman of Sinograin, the group which manages state grain reserves, as its new chairman, replacing Zhao Shuanglian who has retired. Lu Jun previously served as deputy president at state-owned COFCO, before moving to Sinograin in 2013, according to COFCO’s website. Lu Jun, who has a degree …

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TABADER AND IDMA ARE UNITED FOR QUALİFİED MILLER TRAINING

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TABADER, the common platform of the companies operating in cereal and pulses processing technologies, storage and analysis systems, and IDMA, the world’s only international fair for milling machinery, are united to close the gap for qualified workforce in the sector. TABADER will provide a certified miller training during IDMA to be held in Istanbul between 20 and 23 March 2019.   …

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AUSTRALIAN GRAINCORP OPENS TRADING OFFICE IN UKRAINE

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Australian grain giant GrainCorp has opened a trading office in Ukraine, the company said. A new firm, GrainCorp Ukraine Ltd, was registered on May 14 and plans to trade agricultural raw materials, grain, seeds, and animal feed. Earlier this year GrainCorp, a leading international agribusiness based in Sydney, said it expected to be present in Ukraine for the 2018 new …

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BUNGE REPORTS SUPRISE LOSS;BLAMES BETS ON TRADE WAR TRUCE

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Global grains merchant Bunge Ltd reported a surprise quarterly loss after being caught wrong-footed in the soybean futures market with bets that a trade war between the United States and China would be averted. The result was in stark contrast to trading rivals Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM) and Cargill Inc, which reported strong profits in their most recent quarters. …

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