Against the backdrop of favorable policy changes and innovations in a volatile market, the summit underscores key trends defining the edible oil market.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (PRWEB) June 07, 2017
Against the backdrop of favorable policy changes and innovations in a volatile market, the summit underscores key trends defining the edible oil market – especially those that are shaping the Asian markets. Top focus at the summit is India’s recent ruling to allow bulk exports of some of its edible oil. Analyzing this new development is a key spokesperson from India’s edible oil industry - Sanjiv Sawla, Chairman, Indian Oilseeds & Produce Exporters Association, via paper on ‘Level the Playing Field with the Opening Up of India Edible Oil Bulk Exports’. He was recently quoted – “the edible oil export policy is now well aligned with global packaging norms and is better positioned to cater to global demand.”
India’s neighbor – Pakistan – another key edible oil consumer market is represented by Jahangir Rasheed, Director of Westbury Group detailing Pakistan’s Insatiable Appetite for Edible Oil and the opportunities the country presents in edible oil processing and storage facilities.
Developments in two key edible oil – rice bran and coconut oil will be discussed by two major producers from Thailand and Philippines respectively – Pravit Santiwattana, Executive Director, Thai Edible Oil Co. on ‘Rice Bran Oil Growth Opportunities’ and Marco Reyes, CEO, HanCole Corporation on ‘Prospects for Coconut Oil and Value Added Products’.
Jagdish Parihar, MD & Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, Olam International presents an important session on ‘Managing Risks in the Edible Oils Industry’ while Global Edible Oil Markets, Price Outlook with Focus on Palm Oil is discussed by Oscar Tjakra, Senior Analyst, RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness.
Organised by Centre for Management Technology, the program also features
- 3MCPD and its Glycidol Esters – a New Challenge for the Palm Oil Industry & the Role of MPOB - Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB)
- Edible Oil Market in Japan - Ueda Oils & Fats Mfg Co.
- Edible Oil Landscape in Asia Pacific and What to Look Out For – Euromonitor International
- Game Changing Long Chain Omega-3 Canola Oil – Challenges & Future Outlook – NUSEED
- Myanmar’s Edible Oil Market & Government’s Plant to Develop Domestic Production – Myanmar Edible Oil Dealer's Association
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