The only global event for the fertilizer, industrial and feed phosphate markets
The Phosphates conference brings together experts and decision makers from the leading companies within the fertilizer, industrial and feed phosphate industries to network with other organisations that define phosphate supply and demand. Since 2013, the Phosphates conference has become an annual event.
The Phosphates conference is an essential date in the conference calendar - providing producers, traders, consumers and technology/equipment providers with an annual meeting point to network, set up contracts and share in industry knowledge.
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Juan von Gernet, Senior Consultant, CRU spoke at the 2013 conference. Watch the video below to hear his comments about the Outlook for the Phosphates industry:
Press coverage from PHOSPHATES 2013:
Event preview - Feedinfo.com, Jan 2013
Event feature - CEEP Newsletter (Global Phosphate Forum), May 2013
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Phosphates 2013, in its 6th year, took place in Monte Carlo, providing delegates with a macro view of historical and current supply, demand and prices to better understand the context for future market trends. The dedicated two-day commercial programme included project updates which together with market analysis, gave predictions for trends affecting consumers in the fertilizer, feed phosphates and industrial uses sectors. Producers learnt about how demand for phosphates products is changing in these three end-user sectors from market forces, public policy and infrastructure limitations and improvements.
Reasons not to miss the annual Phosphates Conference:
• Hear about the current and future supply of raw materials, intermediates and finished phosphates products
• Understand the changing dynamics in key regions affecting demand for products across end user sectors
• Learn of the latest project start-up, expansions and shutdowns affecting supply
• Network with hundreds or senior executives - producers, consumers, traders, market analysts and engineering and technical experts
Simultaneous interpretation: English / French
Interpretación simultánea: Inglés / Francés
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