Export Training / Webinars
For the first time, Urner Barry will be joining sister brands Agrimoney, Feedinfo and Stratégie Grains, to discuss the key topic on everyone's minds: supply chain disruption.
In the protein markets, we've seen skyrocketing prices for many benchmark items throughout the pandemic, and disruption in the supply chain impacting producers, foodservice, and retail.
Join our Market Analyst Gary Morrison alongside representatives from Agribreifing's other brands across the supply chain as they examine the factors behind market disruption, as well as looking to the future to see what could come next for animal nutrition ingredient markets.
The Food Cycle: How supply chains are disrupting
ag commodity markets
Wednesday, 1 December - 15.00 GMT
Delays in deliveries, changes in purchasing patterns, skyrocketing price rises
These are just some of the impacts seen in recent months as a result of global disruption to supply chains in shipping, staffing, production and more. So what is going on, and how can agricommodity markets protect against (or even benefit from) these kinds of disruptions?
In this live one-hour webinar from Agribriefing, you’ll learn about the main factors behind supply chain disruption, amongst other things, freight to staffing, energy shortages in China. Find out how different markets across the feed and food sectors are impacted – including wheat and corn, ingredients used in animal nutrition and feed, and proteins such as beef, seafood, and eggs.
Join Agrimoney’s Editor in Chief, Mike Verdin, and S&P Global Platts Freight Editor, George Griffiths, on Wednesday 1 December at 15:00 GMT. They will be joined by expert Agribriefing analysts from Strategie Grains, Feedinfo and Urner Barry. In what promises to be a lively discussion, we will cover following topics:
- To what extent is shipping actually to blame for supply chain issues?
- What else is behind high prices for feed and food ingredients?
- How do raw material shortages come into the picture?
A session not to be missed, ensure you sign up now, and bring your questions for the panel, since we will finish with a live Q&A.
FBA is committed to providing quality Food Safety Training for the food and beverage industry. We asked you what training you were looking for and we listened to what you had to say. We are pleased to launch our 2021-22 Food Safety Training program, now open for registration. See our website for food safety training outlines and details.
Not sure what training is for you? Don't miss the Food Safety Training and Certifications webinar series where food safety experts will guide you through our new food certification maps and answer your questions about all things related to food safety.
In case you missed the Embassy of Canada’s Shipping and Logistics 101 for the US Market webinar held on March 25, 2021, we have downloaded and attached their new guide “Key Customs and Logistics Considerations for Canadian Companies selling via B2C E-commerce Channels to the US Market”.
This webinar was aimed at helping New Brunswick exporters better compete in the Europe market (Webinar was held on December 1, 2020)