GrainExpo — Sponsor of Grain & Maritime Days in Odessa-2019

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The dynamically developing company, GrainExpo OU, which focuses on trading and exports of grains, oilseeds and its by-products, became the sponsor of the XVIII international conference Grain & Maritime Days in Odessa.

GrainExpo was founded in 2016, and approved itself as the reliable partner. The company actively provides the exports of agricultural products to countries of the MENA and the European Union on CPT, FOB, CIF and DAP terms, as well as makes the products deliveries to the EU and Belarus.

Corn, wheat, barley, soybeans (GM and non-GM varieties), sunflower and soybean meals, sunflower and soybean oils are the main crops and products, which the company usually works with.

GrainExpo OU is the part of A.G.R. Group, which cultivates grains and oilseeds throughout the areas of 28.8 thsd ha, located in Poltava, Kyiv, Chernihiv and Sumy oblasts.

Also, A.G.R. Group owns more than 700 units of self-propelled agricultural machinery, which allows processing the arable lands during the planting and harvesting campaigns as much as possible independently, with the minimum involvement of the rented agricultural machinery. At the same time, the agricultural holding plans to construct two own elevators in Chernihiv and Kyiv oblasts, which will increase the capacities of one-time storage of grain/oilseeds to 225 thsd tonnes.

In the nearest years, GrainExpo OU plans to increase the export volumes of grains, oilseeds and by-products to 2.5 mln tonnes per year, due to the well-coordinated work of the company's specialists, high-grade executed foreign economic contracts, the maximum service and top-quality solutions for its partners, as well as competitive prices.

You will be able to meet and negotiate with the company representatives within frames of the XVIII international conference Grain & Maritime Days in Odessa, to be held on May 30!

You can become acquainted with the complete agenda of the conference at the following web-link!

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