APK-Inform Agency announces "Fat-and-Oil Industry – 2014"
APK-Inform Agency announces about holding of the thirteenth international conference "Fat-and-Oil Industry - 2014", to be held on October 29-30, 2014, in Ukraine, Kiev.
The group of companies "Creative" presents as the General sponsor of the event. The industrial group ViOil is the Exclusive sponsor of the conference. The company Farmet provides sponsorship support to the event.
The conference will be held under support of the industry associations Ukroliyaprom, Ukrainian association of soybean producers and processors.
APK-Inform Agency invites you to take part in the conference event, which takes place on the eve of two seasons. The event allows to sum up the ended season and specify your business strategy in the new environment of the season-2014/15.
Main themes of the conference-2014:
The target audience: oilseed processing and trading companies, governmental organizations, industrial organizations, leading domestic and international agrarian experts, key exporters and consumers of oilseeds and by-products, representatives of scientific organizations, etc.
Expected number of the conference participants - nearly 300 delegates.
Here you can become acquainted with the photo report on the twelfth conference "Fat-and-Oil Industry – 2013", held in Kiev in November 2013.
More detailed information concerning participation, sponsorship and reporting is provided by Marketing Department of APK-Inform Agency:
+380 562 320795, +38 056 7265272 (Ext. 160, 166),
+380 44 239 93 74
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