Events

Booking Information

Venue

Virtual event


accessible from your workstation

Date

30 Sep 2020

AEST

Time

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Industry

Agribusiness

Reference No

CMP-17890-J6L7T4

Tariff Free Quota for Australian Feed Grains under IA-CEPA

About event:

This webinar, delivered by Grain Trade Australia and supported by the Department of Agriculture and AEGIC, will focus on the Australian grains partnership – a major outcome of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA).

This webinar aims to bring industry from Indonesia and Australia together, to learn about new trade opportunities under IA-CEPA. Participants will also engage directly through a moderated discussion session. This webinar will explore:

  • Australian grain forecast and availability
  • value proposition of Australian feed grains for Indonesian customers
  • IA-CEPA permit processes for feed grain exports to Indonesia
  • Indonesia market opportunities and demand
  • maximising value of Australian grain for feed
Who should attend:
  • Australian feed grains exporters
  • Australian industry bodies and State and Federal Government representatives
  • Indonesian feed grains importers
  • Indonesian feed mills
  • Indonesia feed mills industry bodies
  • Indonesian government representatives
Speakers:

Opening remarks by Gary Quinlan - Australia Ambassador to Indonesia

  • Andrew Goyder - Chair, Grain Trade Australia
  • Pat O’Shannassy - CEO, Grain Trade Australia
  • Dr Desianto Budi Utomo - Chair, Indonesian Feedmills Association (GPMT)
  • Damien Gibbons - Assistant Quota Manager, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
  • James Maxwell - Australian Crop Forecasters
  • Richard Simonaitis - CEO, AEGIC

Costs:

These events are free, but participants must register. The registration confirmation email will include all webinar log-on information.

Registration:

Register online

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Please note:

This event is not organised by Austrade.

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