April 26, 2016

26/04/2016: The fundamental importance of education and training

by Chris Jackson, Export Manager UK TAG

First published in Milling and Grain, March 2016

So the time has come to write another column, as we progress towards the end of the first quarter of this year. Time seems to fly by, as we here, try to arrange yet more missions to and from the UK to help develop the agri-tech industries of the world, whilst working closely with our exhibition partners in Holland and Germany.

We look forward to appreciating the new technologies that the world offers to increase production, whilst maintaining the environment. I believe that these technologies will be fundamentally important for developing countries where agriculture is a vital part of the economy.

As I am very privileged in having had the opportunity to visit many countries and see their economies develop over the years, with a move to city dwelling and away from the countryside. One of the consequences of this is that the importance of their agricultural industries gets less well appreciated. We all expect food to be available as our incomes increase.

Read the full article in Milling and Grain HERE.

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