Creative became the sponsor of the conference "VegOils Trade Outlook - 2014"
Creative Group, leading Ukrainian integrated agro-industrial company, became the sponsor of the conference "VegOils Trade Outlook – 2014", to be held within frames of the exhibition "OFI Turkey 2014" in Istanbul on May 13-14, 2014. The company OFI (Oils & Fats International) in conjunction with APK-Inform Agency are the organizers of the exhibition.
Creative Group is one of the largest producers and processors of agricultural products in Ukraine. It produces fats and margarines, sunflower oil and meal, soybean meal and oil and biofuel pellets and is engaged in agriculture, particularly farming and livestock breeding.
The Group is a major player in the production of fats and margarines on the Ukrainian market (with a market share of over 30%). It is among the top 3 Ukrainian sunflower seed processors as a result of its installed capacities and is a leading soybean processing company (holding a market share of nearly 24%).
The Group operates 9 plants, 8 elevator complexes, and crop farming and pig-breeding facilities.
Creative Group sells its products to both industrial companies and end consumers. The Group’s facilities produce unbranded products and products under the trademarks Sonola, Delikon, Dyvne and Kum. The Group sells its products in all regions of Ukraine and exports them to more than 25 countries.
You can meet with representatives of Creative Group at the conference "VegOils Trade Outlook – 2014".
Here you can become acquainted with the program of the conference, and fill in the application form for participation.
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