The development of the oil industry in Ukraine, the improvement of processing technologies and the commissioning of new capacities indicate a high attractiveness of the oil and fat industry and an exceptional role in the country's economy.

At the same time, its peculiarity is that the base processing capacity of oilseeds by several million tons exceeds the actual processing volumes, which is reflected in incomplete utilization of enterprises and increases competition for raw materials. This has already become a long-term trend, and in the coming years it will remain relevant, as already in 2016/17 MY with an oil crop at the level of 19.4 million tons of capacity, according to our estimates, will exceed 22 million tons / year, 2017/18 MY - 26 million tons / year, if the announced projects will eventually be implemented.

As a result of the analysis, it was possible to identify areas that are optimal in terms of the ratio of raw materials, current and potential level of competition and territorial location, which creates real prerequisites for the development of oilseed processing in these areas.


1. General characteristics of the oilseeds market in Ukraine
1.1 Key trends in the oilseed market: sunflower, soybean, canola, flax
1.2 Place of Ukraine in the world market
2. Ukrainian market of oilseeds: current status and development forecasts for 2013/14-2017/18 MY
2.1 Production volumes and regional structure
  • sunflower
  • soy
  • rape
  • linen
2.2 The main distribution channels for oilseeds and by-products
  • sunflower
  • soy
  • rape
  • linen
2.3 Analysis of the raw material environment in terms of the location of processors and raw materials in the regions
2.4 Players in the recycling market, their basic capacity, type of production., Location by region. Planned to commissioning capacity
2.5 Pricing factors in the oilseeds and by-products market
2.6 Analysis of exports of oilseeds by-products
3 Rating areas with the most attractive ratio of raw materials and the level of competition
4. Findings
5. Applications


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