October 29, 2015

29/10/2015: US Wheat Associates: 2015 Crop Quality Seminars

Each fall after harvest, US Wheat Associates (USW) presents wheat crop quality information to buyers, millers and other industry professionals around the world in its annual crop quality seminars. Sharing quality data with complete transparency is critical for end-use customers and USW’s record of reporting is decades old. US wheat is the world’s most reliable supply because it provides information that customers need to get the best value possible.

USW’s crop quality seminars provide wheat buyers with the information needed to buy the type and quality of US wheat that best meets their individual requirements. Seminar topics include milling and baking characteristics of the new US crop along with the world wheat supply and demand situation. The seminar will take about two to three hours and will be followed by an informal luncheon / reception function.

Below please find a table including the schedule of the 2015 Crop Quality Seminars indicating starting time and venue.
    

http://www.uswheat.org/

Mr Jim Peterson, Marketing Director of the North Dakota Wheat Commission will discuss the wheat grade and quality characteristics of this year’s Hard Red Spring and Durum wheat crop.

Mr Goris van Lit, Regional Director Europe, and Mr Rutger Koekoek, Marketing Specialist of US Wheat Associates, Rotterdam will also present. Their presentations will include, amongst others, an overview of the US and world wheat supply and demand situation.

You can sign up free of charge by sending an e-mail to InfoRotterdam@uswheat.org. Please include the following details in your e-mail: (1) the seminar city of your choice, (2) company name, and (3) participant name(s). Or call the US Wheat Associates office in Rotterdam on +31 10 413 9155
 

Visit the USW site HERE.
 

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