08 junho 2019
SIAVS 2019 will have a discussion panel on grain and protein competitiveness
As corn and soybeans are essential inputs for poultry, pork and egg production, they are constantly under market pressure. Defining the best purchasing and supply strategy is key for improvements in industry competitive capacity. To analyze the scenario in the global grain and protein market, the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) will promote the panel Paths of Brazilian Competitiveness – Grains and Proteins during the International Pork and Poultry Show (SIAVS), to take place from August 27 through 29, at Anhembi Parque in the city and state of São Paulo.
Scheduled for the second day of the Show, the panel will be moderated by the Secretary of Trade and International Affairs of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply (MAPA), Orlando Leite Ribeiro. The Managing President of Coopavel, Dilvo Grolli, will present data about the global grains market. International speaker, Justin Sherrard, Animal Protein Global Strategist at Rabobank, will address the competitiveness in the protein market.
“Inputs are the foundations of competitiveness in the Brazilian production industry. The panel will give us the opportunity to outline strategies and perspectives relating to domestic grain supply scenario. This is a fundamental reflection to be carried out in this current moment of positive flow, to structure the production chain considering the adversities resulting from the market,” analyzes Francisco Turra, President of ABPA.
At the end of the presentation, participants will enjoy the debate among panelists. The panel on Brazilian competitiveness of grains and corn will take place on August 28 (Wednesday), starting at 9:00 am according to the SIAVS program schedule. You can register online atwww.siavs.com.br.
About SIAVS – Main event on the Brazilian pork and poultry calendar, SIAVS is organized by the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA). In its last edition, the event attracted over 15,000 visitors from 51 countries. Approximately 1.7 thousand delegates took part in one of the biggest agribusiness conference agendas. The Producer Project, an exclusive SIAVS initiative focused on pork and poultry farmers, attracted 1.4 thousand farmers to Anhembi Parque.
Approximately 150 companies exhibited their products and solutions in the biggest pork and poultry tradeshow in Brazil. In all, 31 poultry, eggs and pork exporters took part in the event. They participated in the meetings with importers, domestic market buyers and vendors.