Ukrainian Grain Association
The Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA) is an association of producers, processors and exporters of grain, which annually exports about 90% of Ukrainian grain products. The main purpose of UGA is to promote the formation and development of the national grain market in Ukraine, as well as the creation of the necessary organizational, economic, legal and social conditions in the interests of the development of economic entities in the grain market in Ukraine. Therefore, UGA is actively working to establish an effective dialogue between government and business in the agricultural sector to achieve a balance of interests in order to create comfortable conditions for doing business in the agricultural sector. UGA also works closely with such international organizations as FAO, EBRD, IGC, COCERAL, IGTC, GAFTA, IFC and builds partnerships with national agricultural associations of other countries to acquire and adapt the best international experience and create favourable conditions for Ukrainian grain in the world market.
United Soybean Board
Representing the positive global human impact of soy grown in the United States, U.S. Soy carries forward soy’s promise to transform global nutrition, provide climate-forward solutions, and support progress for people and their communities around the world. U.S. Soy envisions a world where soy is a fundamental ingredient in solving the broad challenges of humanity. As for USB’s compliance approval, our team shared the following, which we amended in the proposal – please be sure that USB does not appear to influence legislation or government policy or action or endorse any political positions taken by other meeting participants. My understanding is that no USB funds are being provided, but we still must adhere to those guidelines.
ePURE represents the interests of European renewable ethanol producers to the EU institutions, industry stakeholders, the media, academia and the general public. Based in Brussels, ePURE speaks for 35 member companies and associations (including 19 producers), with around 50 plants in 16 EU Member States, accounting for about 85% of EU renewable ethanol production. The organisation, established in 2010, promotes the beneficial uses of ethanol throughout Europe.
The European Biodiesel Board (EBB) is a Brussels-based non-profit organisation established in 1997. We bring together producers of biodiesel (FAME and HVO) in Europe, gathering 34 members across 21 Member-States representing 75% of European biodiesel output. We represent biodiesel producers using all feedstocks: food/feed crops, waste, residues, and other innovative biogenic materials. Biodiesel is used primarily as a substitute for fossil fuels in transport and is key to decreasing EU transport emissions and dependence on imported diesel. The EBB promotes European biodiesel use and is committed to international standards for sustainability in GHG emissions and feedstock supply.
IFA International Fertilizer Association