At Bayer, we work to shape agriculture through breakthrough innovation for the benefit of farmers, consumers and our planet. We combine modern science with farmers’ ingenuity to help nourish our growing world and preserve natural resources. We’re committed to delivering better solutions for all farmers while enabling more choice for consumers to help them and our planet thrive. And, while we don’t have all the answers, our passion for discovery, collaboration and curiosity means we will never stop striving to find them.
For more information: www.bayer.com/
The U.S. Grains Council develops export markets for U.S. barley, corn, sorghum and related products including distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) and ethanol. With full-time presence in 28 locations, the Council operates programs in more than 50 countries and the European Union. The Council believes exports are vital to global economic development and to U.S. agriculture’s profitability.
For more information: www.grains.org
The U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) is a dynamic partnership of key stakeholders representing U.S. soybean producers, commodity shippers, merchandisers, allied agribusinesses and agricultural organizations. Through a global network of international offices and strong support in the U.S., USSEC provides trade and technical services as well as market access support in order to build a preference for U.S. soy and soybean products, showing its customers that the U.S. soy industry is a trusted partner, providing its customers with a Total Quality Experience: high-performing products delivered by the most reliable, consistent and sustainable soy supply chain in the world.
For more information: www.ussoy.org
CropLife International is the voice of the global plant science industry. It champions the role of agricultural innovations in crop protection and plant biotechnology in supporting and advancing sustainable agriculture; helping farmers feed a growing population while looking after the planet; and progressing rural communities. The world needs farmers, and farmers need plant science. CropLife International is proud to be at the heart of helping farmers grow.
For more information: www.croplife.org
The International Grain Trade Coalition is the global, not-for-profit representative of the trade in grain, oilseeds and other agri-bulks. As IGTC, trade associations and councils from around the world support trade by joining forces under the guidance of their more than 8000 members who are Corporate Stakeholders in the Coalition.
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Euronext, the leading exchange for commodities in Europe, offers the industry an extensive range of efficient and competitive instruments for managing price risk. Our contracts have long been relied upon as trusted global and European benchmarks for products including Milling Wheat, Rapeseed and Corn, while we continue to expand into new agricultural segments including biomass, fertiliser solution and inventory management, as well as seafood and energy.
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Control Union is a global network of inspection operations and dedicated laboratories.
Our speciality? Independent worldwide cargo surveying and superintendence, active in 60 countries. Through innovative solutions, specialised services and product knowledge, we offer complete packages for logistics, quality and quantity management. From the country of origin to the final destination. And with an open mind towards clients’ demands for your certifications, collateral service, inspection and analysis requirements.
For more information: www.petersoncontrolunion.com/en
The Soy Toolkit is designed to support companies in the responsible sourcing of soy. It is an accessible guide to the many initiatives which aim to decouple soy production and trading from deforestation, conversion of native vegetation and human rights violations.
The Soy Toolkit is structured around each of the five key elements of the soy responsible sourcing process:
Element 1 – assess and plan implementaion
Element 2 – understand supply chain risks
Element 3 – engage suppliers
Element 4 – establish a purchase control system
Element 5 – monitor, verify and report
We are able to provide free-of-charge training and webinars for companies who need assistance with implementation of their responsible sourcing commitments for soy.
For more information visit: www.soytoolkit.net