UkrAgroConsult and Community of Pulse Producers and Consumers of Ukraine invite agri operators to visit the two largest ports in Poland on September 14 in the framework of the International Forum ‘Agro&Food Security Forum. Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses’.
The morning of September 14 will begin with a transfer from Warsaw to the Port of Gdynia, which is a recognized brand in transport and logistics systems around the world. It is one of the leading ports in the southern Baltic Sea, specializing in container cargo handling. The total area of the port is 2,996.3 hectares.
After exploring the port of Gdynia, participants will move to the DCT Gdańsk terminal, which is the largest and fastest growing container terminal in Poland, as well as the only deep-water terminal in the Baltic Sea region with direct calls by ocean-going vessels from the Far East. Annual throughput capacity of DCT Gdansk – 2,950,000 TEU, storage capacity – 64,000 TEU, terminal operating area – 88 hectares.
Detailed program of the trip and registration are available here.
Be reminded that International Forum ‘Agro&Food Security Forum. Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses’, will be held on September 15 at Westin Hotel, Warsaw, Poland.
The Forum will involve government representatives of Ukraine and Poland, leading Ukrainian experts and market operators, as well as international agri community, to highlight new factors shaping agricultural market of Ukraine and the world in 2023-25, production and export potential of agri commodities, formation of new logistics corridors and new ways of cooperation to prevent the food crisis.
We invite all agri & food operators to join in person and take an active part in formation of the new market reality!
The “EARLY BIRD” registration rate is valid until August 10.