GPC Roundtables - Australia Market Outlook: February 16
Join the GPC on February 16, 2022 at 5pm AEDT (GMT+11) for our first online Roundtable, in which experts will come together to discuss the Australian market.
The spotlight has definitely shone on Australia this year as traders across the globe looked to the country to fill the gaps in supply from low yields in North America. But with shipping and logistics continuing to wreak havoc across the supply chain, it’s certainly been an interesting period for Australia.
In this hour-long webinar, key players in the Australian pulses industry will participate in a dynamic conversation about the market, sharing exclusive insights on harvests, influential factors in the market and how the shipping crisis has shaped trade in the country.
The Roundtable will be opened by Georgie Aley of Pulse Australia, who will introduce Pulse Australia and give an overview of the season before opening the discussion to the rest of the panelists:
- Peter Wilson of Wilson International Trade, who will cover chickpeas and share his expertise on the Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani markets
- Francois Darcas of AgriOz, who will cover faba beans and share his expertise on the Egyptian and Middle Eastern markets
- Will Alexander of Australian Grain Exports, who will cover red lentils and share his expertise on the Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan markets
- Don Fernandez of Seaway, who will cover shipping and share his expertise on the Australian and global markets.
Expect to gain invaluable insights into supply and demand, pricing and outlooks on imports and exports. Panelists will share their data on the latest harvest and discuss the future prospects for the Australian market, given both the challenges and opportunities facing it.
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Australia / Georgie Aley / Pulse Australia / Peter Wilson / Wilson International Trade / Bangladesh / India / Pakistan / Francois Darcas / AgriOz / faba beans Egypt / Middle East / Will Alexander / Australian Grain Exports / red lentils / Bangladesh / Sri Lanka / Don Fernandez / Seaway