Oilseed processors margin: raise and keep
During several recent seasons the decreasing trend of the margin of oilseed processors, which is quite characteristic for the Black Sea market, became one of the major challenges for the industry. But at least the reporting factor can be influenced, as opposed to many external factors (for example, conditions of the global market of vegetable oils).
Optimization of work of fat-and-oil enterprises in order to increase the marginality of oilseed raw material processing, will become one the key topics of the conference "VegOils Trade Outlook - 2014", to be held on May 13-14, 2014 (ICC Istanbul Congress Center near the hotel Hilton). Siegfried Meyer, Director of the Austrian company Meyeroil, working in the field of oilseeds and biofuel production, is the key speaker on the reporting theme.
The expert will inform about the ways to improve production indices and increase the profitability of oilseed processing taking into account the realities of the Black Sea region. In addition, within frames of the panel discussion representatives of various industry associations and the largest processors of oilseeds from Turkey, Ukraine and Russia will discuss the practical aspects of this issue.
We invite you to Istanbul in May, to take part in 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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