Ghuangzhou 2016

Peter Reading Chair Grain Trade Australia

Dominic Trindade Consul-General in Guangzhou, China

Session 1: Australian crop outlook and trade patterns

Ron Storey Consultant, Australian Crop Forecasters:  Australian grain trade flows and implications for customers

David Qu Economist ANZ: How the Australian grains industry is positioned to meet global demand

Richard Rice Grower Grain Growers Limited: Meeting the needs of customers, industry and growers – the growers’ perspective

Session 2: Australian crop quality

Frank Ji GrainCorp Limited: Eastern region crop quality  Chinese version

Jonathan Wilson GM Logistics and Commercial Relations Glencore Grain: Southern region crop quality

Rachid Elkhayam Wheat Quality and TechnicalManagerCBH Group: Western region crop quality

Session 3: Australian grain - meeting customer quality requirements

Gerard McMullen Project Manager - Grain Quality Grain Trade Australia: Understanding Australian industry processes that deliver customer quality

Tress Walmsley CEO InterGrain: Variety development and implications for Australian barley quality

Andrew Goyder Managing Director Grain Link WA Pty Ltd: Australian oats and suitability for the Chinese health market

Session 4: Managing market risks

Nick Goddard Executive Director Australian Oilseeds Federation: Market access – canola case study

Peter Murphy Partner Holman Fenwick Willan: Mitigating legal risk in volatile commodities markets – top tips and avoiding common mistakes