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Cereal Docks Group at CeMI 2024, round table with Giorgio Dalla Bona

28 March 2024
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Cereal Docks will be present at the fifth edition of CeMI - Commodity Exchange Milano - scheduled for next Friday, May 10, 2024, at the Palazzo del Ghiaccio in Milan, among the protagonists of the annual event dedicated to the world of agrocommodity in Italy.

The event, promoted and supported by Associazione Granaria Milano, Ager Bologna, and with Associazione Granaria di Torino, will be an opportunity to meet the main international operators in the agrocommodity sector in Italy and discuss the central themes of the national and European market of agricultural raw materials.

The day's program includes a round table discussion in which, among others, Giorgio Dalla Bona, CEO of Cereal Docks International, will participate. The debate will focus on the current situation of instability in Eastern Europe and in the Black Sea and the challenges that logistic is facing in a market context strongly influenced by the geopolitical situation.

The objective of CEMI, an event which also sees Cereal Docks among the sponsors, is to offer a country that is structurally deficient in agricultural raw materials like Italy, a platform for the meeting "at home" of the supply/demand of agri-food commodities and to create new contacts between operators and offer new B2B meeting opportunities.  

Despite being a large processing country, whose food products are exported to markets all over the world, Italy is in fact also the second European importer of cereals and protein crops, always falling, with variable positions, among the top ten in the world.  

CEMI will bring the main European agribulk operators to the Lombardy capital for a day of meetings that will involve the entire supply chain: from producers to importers and exporters of European and non-European cereals; from manufacturers of industrial equipment and packaging to operators of related services, including logistics, transport, banking and insurance services and rentals.  


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