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The 15th annual Argus FMB East Europe Fertilizer 2017 conference will be held on 21-23 June in Budapest, Hungary. The annual conference attracts 300+ delegates from 45 countries across 196 companies. 

If you want to expand your business in this region, the East Europe Fertilizer conference is your opportunity to meet the market - from leading producers to major buyers and distributors, traders and all categories of essential service providers. Key decision makers from trading firms, producers, distributors, logistics, bagging and equipment service providers will congregate for the region’s largest fertilizer conference in June. 

Join over 300 delegates - register here.

Hear from experts across the fertilizer supply chain including:

  • Koen Mondelaers, Socio-Economic Analyst, DG Agriculture – European Commission
  • Dr. Csongor Kiss, Head of Fertilizer Consultancy and Experiments, Nitrogénművek Zrt.
  • Hakan Göral, General Manager, Toros Agri
  • Grazyna Smolenska, Managing Director, Caldena
  • Cristian Dinu, Category Manager - Fertilizers, Agricover
  • Manfred Seitz, General Secretary,  Pro Danube International

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4 Reasons to attend the East Europe's biggest fertilizer conference:

  1. Meet with leading global producers, but also get to know smaller suppliers and traders
  2. Senior decision makers from over 45 countries congregate in one location
  3. Lunches and cocktail parties provide invaluable opportunities for delegates to meet socially
  4. Visit the exhibition area offering the latest technological advances in the industry

Networking Photo at FMB East Europe Fertilizer    Roundtables at FMB East Europe   

View the photos from the 2016 conference here



Countries Attended 2014

Companies that have registered to attend include: 

Nitrogenmuvek, Sirius Minerals, Borealis L.A.T, Evergrow, EuroChem, Yara, Achema, Mitsubishi Corporation, Grodno Azot, ICL Europe, Agricola Bulgaria, Marchi Industriale, CFND Logistics, Agrokoncernas, SoilCares, Agrochema, DG Agriculture – European Commission, Agropolychim, Doschem, Duslo, Etimine, ANWIL, Fosfan, K+S Kali, Keytrade, Nitron Group, Sinomagchem Chemical, Kazphosphate, PhosAgro, Dragon Asia Fertiliser Pirexim, Aon Commodity Trade Insurance Brokers, Cemagro Oy, Sembodja Bulgaria, Koch Fertilizer Trading, SQM Europe, Tessenderlo Chemie, Ekochema, Toros Agri, Caldena, Agricover, Pro Danube International, Belarusian Potash Company, Ameropa, Ostchem, Uralchem, Grupa Azoty plus many more… 

View the full list of delegates here

 

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For more information on the Argus FMB East Europe Fertilizer conference please contact us using the details below:

phone icon +44 (0) 20 7780 4340
email icon fertconferences@argusmedia.com



Host Sponsor 

Nitrogenmuvek

Gold Sponsor

Sirius Minerals


Silver Sponsors

Borealis

LAT Borealis

Evergrow

Supporting Partners 

Fertilizer Europe

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"My aim to be here has been to make many contacts from the fertilizer industry. It has definitely been a good opportunity to find all the right contacts at the same time for me and my company. I will attend again." Bekir Erbekar, Marketing Manager, Cesur Packaging, Turkey

"This is a great conference." 
- Aleksandr Eliseev, Marketing, K-Potash Service

"This is the first time we’ve been at the FMB East Europe conference. Our stand is in a good location which has enabled us to have a good platform to meet Eastern European contacts. Much easier to be here and than travel around Europe." 
Ajay Sharma, Manager – Exports, Neelam Aqua & Speciality Chem, India

"The conference is  a good base for producers/ traders. It offers a great platform for machinery suppliers to meet a broad range of people. The round tables were very interesting, people share knowledge a lot more freely and it provided good market insight. I will attend the round tables again."
-  Marc Doerffer, Project Manager, Maschinenfabrik Köppern, Germany