Palm Oil Trade Fair and Seminar (POTS), Karachi, Pakistan 2014 – Download Presentation

Palm Oil Trade Fair and Seminar (POTS)

POTS series is back!!! This time around it is held in Marriot Hotel, Karachi on 16-17th January, 2014.

It is a certainly a pleasure for Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) and Malaysian Palm Oil Board ( MPOB) to offer you the opportunity to participate in this event. POTS is mooted to acknowledge the importance of Pakistan as a major palm oil user and more importantly, a discerning customer of Malaysian palm oil.

The event is designed to offer oils and fats players both from within and outside Pakistan a platform to exchange, discuss issues affecting the trade and business networking. In this regards, POTS Pakistan enables the users to receive updates on the latest development on palm oil trade.

For this purpose, we have lined up a team of oils and fats industry experts to present carefully selected papers to update issues affecting the oils and fats trade. We are also honoured to have Malaysia’s Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities, Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas to deliver the keynote address and officially open POTS Pakistan 2014.

We believe that the challenges and issues that is disseminated in this event can be translated into business opportunities and partnerships when joint efforts are undertaken between suppliers and palm oil users to develop the trade. Besides, POTS Pakistan 2014 also offers opportunities for participating companies to promote their products and image via sponsorship and exhibition. As these effective and popular marketing tools are limited, please consider taking up these opportunities to avoid disappointment.

We believe that this conference will shed insights on current issues and lead to opportunities for expanding trade. Don’t miss this opportunity. Be part of this important event by registering now. Your participation will immensely contribute towards improving the quality of the conference.

POTS PAKISTAN 2014 SECRETARIAT

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POTS PLENARY PAPER
What have we learned from palm oil markets in 2013 and what does this tell us about prices today?

download_pdf Mr. David Jackson
LMC International
 

POTS PAPER 1
Malaysian Palm Oil – Answer to Pakistan’s Oils and Fats Needs

download_pdf Tan Sri Datuk Dr. Yusof Basiron
CEO, Malaysian Palm Oil Council
 

POTS PAPER 2
Malaysian R&D Contributions to Pakistan Edible Oil Sectors

download_pdf Datuk Dr. Choo Yuen May
Director General of MPOB
 

POTS PAPER 3
CPO Regulatory Tariff and FTA – Efficacy and Working

download_pdf Mr. M. Nagarajan
Deputy Secretary General, Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities Malaysia
 

POTS PAPER 4
Nutritional and Health Attributes of Palm Oil

download_pdf Dr. Taufiq Ahmad
Deputy Chief Scientist, PAEC
 

POTS PAPER 5
Palm Oil And Its Applications In Pakistani Food Industry

download_pdf Dr. Syed Tufail Hussain Shah
Professor, National Center of Excellence in Analytical Chemistry, University of Sindh, Jamshoro
 

POTS PAPER 6
PKC in Animal Feed Industry of Pakistan – A Success Story

download_pdf Dr. Tariq Mahmood
General Manager Operations, Organon
 

POTS PAPER 7
Opportunities for Palm Oil In Soap and Oleochemicals Industry

download_pdf Dr Hazimah Abu Hassan,
Director, Advanced Oleochemical Technology Research Division, Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB)
 

POTS PAPER 8
Financial Tools for Trade and Import of Palm Oil

download_pdf Mr. Baharuddin Muslim
Exim Bank, Malaysia
 

POTS PAPER 9
Palm Oil Prospects and Opportunities In Pakistan

download_pdf Fatimah Zaharah
Senior Market Analyst, Malaysian Palm Oil Council
 

POTS PAPER 10
Palm Oil Price Outlook for 1st and 2nd Quarter 2014

download_pdf Mr. Abdul Rasheed Janmohammad
CEO & Director, Mapak Edible Oils (Pvt.) Limited

POTS PAPER 11
Global Oils and Fats – A Forecast on Demand and Consumption

download_pdf Mr. Thomas Mielke
Oil World


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