LATEST BLOG FROM PROF. RICHARD MKANDAWIRE, VICE PRESIDENT, AFRICAN
FERTILIZER AND AGRIBUSINESS PARTNERSHIP ENTITLED
"AFRICAN FARMERS NEED A VIABLE FERTILIZER INDUSTRY"
NEW GOVERNMENT SPEAKERS CONFIRMED
Dr Charles Tizeba, Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Government of the United Republic of Tanzania
Charles Mwijage, Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment, Government of the United Republic of Tanzania
Samuel Onjojo, Manager, Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS)
Khalid Al-Rowais, Senior Vice President of Phosphate and Industrial Minerals SBU, Ma'aden
, Saudi Arabia
Tarik Choho, CEO,OCP Africa
and Managing Director, OCP Group
Ashish Lakhotia, CEO Fertilizer and Agribusiness, ETG Inputs Ltd
Salum Kondo Mkumba, GM & CEO, Tanzania Fertilizer Company Limited (TFC)
Pradeep Paunrana, Managing Director, ARM Cement
Argent Chuula, CEO, Alliance for the Commodity Trade in Eastern and Southern Africa (ACTESA/COMESA)
Ahmed M. Al-Ghannam, Director General, The Saudi Export Program
, Saudi Arabia
Namanga Ngongi, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, The African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP)
, South Africa
Mbette M. Msolla, Board Chairman,Tanzania Fertilizer Regulatory Authority (TFRA)
Salum Kondo Mkumba, GM & CEO, Tanzania Fertilizer Company Limited
, Tanzania (TFC)
Geoffrey Kirenga, CEO, Southern Agricultural Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT)
Stefan Kratz, Managing Director, Ferrostaal Topsoe
Matteo Dessi, Dangote Project Director, Saipem
Julia Franklin, Global Sourcing Director, One Acre Fund
Chiji Ojukwu, Director of the Agriculture and Agro-Industry Department, African Development Bank (AfDB),
Jason Scarpone, President and CEO, The African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP),
Patrick Heffer, Senior Director, Agriculture Service, International Fertilizer Association (IFA),
Vitalis Wafula, Senior Agronomist, Yara Africa
Chris Lawson, Senior Consultant, CRU
The Africa Fertilizer Agribusiness Conference
is collaboration between CRU
and The African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP).
Due to this unique partnership we can offer unrivalled networking opportunities with senior decision makers from the biggest fertilizer buyers and manufacturers in some of the world’s fastest growing fertilizer markets. The event will focus on the role of fertilizers within African agribusiness and how the African agricultural industry can work with international partners to strengthen and improve its agricultural output.
Delegates will benefit from three days of dedicated networking opportunities and a comprehensive programme of high level presentations covering key market trends, project updates and supply and demand forecasts.
Being held in Dar es Salaam, a key hub for regional trade, and timed to coincide with the seasonal procurement negotiations, the event offers participants the chance to make new connections and gain first-hand knowledge on the progress of the African fertilizer projects that will be impacting global prices.
Drawing on CRU’s technical event experience, the Africa Fertilizer Agribusiness conference will also feature an extensive exhibition of the the world’s cutting edge fertilizer and agribusiness technologies and services.
We are pleased to announce that the Government of United Republic of Tanzania are now confirmed as c-hosts of the conference
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