The International Business Conference "Ukrainian bread, cereals, flour and pasta on the way to the EU" will be held in Lviv (Premier Hotel Dnister, 6, Mateyka St.) on October 27-29. In the course of the event, it is planned to gather more than 200 top managers and owners of flour mills, groats, bakery enterprises and pasta producers, key specialists of the industry and representatives of companies supplying products, equipment and technologies.
Owners and top management of grain processing enterprises, bakery industry, representatives of retail chains of Ukraine and Europe, leading experts of the grain market and AgriFood of Ukraine and the world, importers of goods of the "Grain Grocery" group, representatives of authorities and industry associations, suppliers of equipment and technologies and others participants of agro-industrial and related sectors.
Public Union "Miller of Ukraine"
All-Ukrainian Association of Bakers
Agro Marketing Agency LLC
Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine
Ministry of Economy of Ukraine
Lviv Regional Military Administration
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ukraine
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Branch Association "Union of Food Industry Producers of Ukraine" (Ukraharchoprom)
The last few seasons for agricultural business in general and grain processing in particular have been extremely unpredictable. The quarantine period turned into martial law in Ukraine.
And if the business has already adapted to the difficulties faced with the introduction of the lockdown, then the challenges of the military year 2022 again forced to review the established processes and working conditions in the sector.
Despite the limited export of grain, competition between millers and traders for quality raw materials remains fierce on the market, which affects purchase prices. Added value and stressful logistics, changing geographical directions and transport sales channels to European ones. The grain processing industry continues to transform under the pressure of factors. The difficult situation requires market participants to make decisions related to both ensuring Ukraine's food security and establishing foreign trade. For these reasons, the International Business Conference "Ukrainian bread, cereals, flour and pasta on the way to the EU" is announced.
- The current macroeconomic situation of Ukraine and its prospects
- Market of grain raw materials: what do we have and what to expect?
- What challenges does the internal market pose to producers of grain products?
- Possibilities of Ukrainian grain products on EU markets
- The strategy of entering European trade networks in the "Private label" format;
- Experience, successful cases and strategies for entering the European market
- What should be done to become competitive on the European market?
- Is it possible to overcome the existing logistical difficulties in trade?
- WFP cooperation programs with Ukrainian grain processors
- Business tour "Acquaintance with modern production of flour and bread at enterprises in Poland" (a separate program for October 28-29 will be published additionally)
OLEKSANDR HAYDU, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Agrarian and Land Policy (TBC)
OLEH USTENKO, adviser to the President of Ukraine on economic issues
TARAS VYSOTSKY, First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine
OLEKSANDR ZHEMOYDA, director of the Department of Multilateral and Bilateral Trade Agreements of the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine
RODION RYBCHYNSKYI, director of the "Flour Mills of Ukraine" Union, chairman of the board of the NGO "Ukrharchoprom", UN FAO grain sector expert
MARYNA ZABARYLO, director of the consumer panel Consumerscan, GFK Ukraine
YEVHENIY MOTSNY, commercial director of Skvyrskyi KHP LLC (TM "Skyryanka")
OLEKSANDR TARANENKO, president of the All-Ukrainian Association of Bakers
VLADISLAV AVERCHENKO, General Director of Concern Khlibprom
DMYTRO ROMANOV, FAO/EBRD representative
OLEH ONISHCHENKO, manager of technical and presentation issues of the company "SGS-Ukraine"
DMYTRO ZHYGUNOV, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Head of the Department of Grain Processing Technologies, Odessa National Academy of Food Technologies
ANDRII DRUZYAKA, an independent expert on the grain market of Ukraine and the world
OLEKSANDR BONDARCHUK, director of "Stern Ukraine" (representative office of Muhlenchemie in Ukraine)
ANDRII SHARAN, candidate of technical sciences, director of Buhler Ukraine
9.00 - 10.00 Registration, morning coffee
10.00 - 14.00 Plenary part of the conference. Speakers' presentations
14.00 - 15.00 Lunch break
15.00 - 18.30 Continuation of the plenary part. Summing up
19.00 - 21.00 Friendly dinner
Registration fee for 1 delegate
- receiving all informational and practical materials of the conference
- business cards of participants
- placement of the business card of the company
- coffee breaks, lunch
- buffet, informal communication
- 15%- for member of the Union “Millers of Ukraine” and All-Ukrainian Association of bakers
Conference delegates have a special 25% discount for accommodation in the period from October 26 to 28, 2022, for rooms of the "Premier" and "Suite" categories.
You can make a reservation at a special rate in the reservation department.
Code word - "grain conference"
Contacts of the reservation department
Tel.: +38 (032) 297 43 17
+38 (032) 297 43 26
Viber: +38 (067) 673 67 05
E-mail: [email protected]
Hotel website: https://dnister-hotel.phnr.com/ua
ACCOMMODATION IN LVIV IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION FEE AND IS PROVIDED BY THE PARTICIPANTS BY THEIR OWN.
If you have any questions regarding participation, advertising, making a presentation, please, contact:
+38 (063) 357 73 59
+38 (067) 634 26 16