Grain&Maritime Days in Istanbul 2022: updated agenda taking into account current realities

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On May 25, the most topical issues of the grain trade and logistics will be discussed within the international conference Grain&Maritime Days in Istanbul 2022» (INTERCONTINENTAL ISTANBUL)

Taking into account the current realities, particularly, the influence of geopolitical and weather factors on the world trade, the agenda of Grain&Maritime Days in Istanbul 2022 has been somewhat transformed.

Conference participants will get 3 informative professional agro-industrial sessions and a specialized maritime section:

Session 1. Global Grain. Global Transformation

We will analyze the world grain market and world trade in 2022/23 MY; food pricing in the new realities of global trade; prospects for the Black Sea market; Kazakh market of wheat and barley.

Session 2. Turkey on the world grain market

We will discuss the development of the Turkish markets for food wheat (soft) and by-products as well as durum wheat; trends in the Turkish feed market (barley, corn, soybeans); world market for pulses.

Session 3. Global market of oilseeds and vegetable oils

We will assess the global trends on the market of major oilseeds and vegetable oils in 2021/22 MY; oilseed market in Turkey; trends on the market of Kazakhstan; prospects for agricultural cooperation between the Central Asian region and Turkey.

Maritime session. What will happen to the Black Sea shipping?

We will discuss the change of supply chains; insurance market; freight market in the region; trends in the operation, development and modernization of the fleet; bunkering market on the Black Sea; security issues for the region, sanctions and their impact on regional logistics.

As usually, world-known analysts, business owners, professional experts, representatives of international organizations and associations will answer on the most burning questions.

Follow the agenda’s updates here.

Check the terms of participation and join us at the Turkish business capital on May 25.

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