The grain market in Kazakhstan and Central Asia is experiencing difficult times. This is connected both with difficult weather conditions in the north of Kazakhstan, as a result of which farmers received up to 40-50% of non-grade grain in the total harvest, and with Kazakhstan's policy in the field of agriculture. However, agricultural producers and grain processors are not fully prepared to operate in such extreme conditions, according to Yevhen Pushchyk, an independent expert specializing in the deep processing of grain.
However, it is necessary to adapt to current realities. What should the authorities of Kazakhstan and agrarian businesses do to improve the situation in the market of grain and its processing? In what technologies of deep processing of grain and how much do the farmers of Kazakhstan need to invest in order not only to stay afloat but also to develop? We will have an open and frank conversation about this and more at the international conference Asia Grains&Oils Conference: Results of 2023, which will be held on December 5 in Almaty.
Yevhen Pushchyk will be one of the key speakers at the event. He has more than 30 years of experience in the oil and gas and petrochemical industries. He successfully implemented projects in biofuels in Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan.
For more than 10 years, Yevhen Pushchyk has been consulting analytical agencies and participating in specialized events around the world. His professional engineering approach to analytics enables a non-standard evaluation of processes in oil and gas processing, along with a comprehensive understanding of the functioning of commodity markets spanning oil, gas, oil products, biofuels, fertilizers, and more.
The detailed agenda of the conference is available on the APK-Inform website.