MONDAY, 3 DECEMBER 2018

1600-2000

Registration and Exhibit Set Up Location: TBD

TUESDAY, 4 DECEMBER 2018

0800-1700

Registration  Location: TBD

1000-1010

Welcome, Opening Remarks – Agribusiness Global

1000-1700

Exhibition Open

1010-1030

State of the Industry
Indonesian Market & CropCare Association – Joko Suwondo, CropCare Indonesia

1030-1110

Researching Biologicals

Dr. Ir. Priyono, DIRS
Director of Indonesian Research Institute for Biotechnology and Bioindustry (IRIBB)

Experts researching biological products on the production of plantation and specialty crops share the latest findings and discuss the impact these products can have on crop protection in Indonesia.

1110-1130

Refreshment Break

1130-1210

The Link Between Biological and Traditional Products
Joachim Nachmansohn
Fertilizer, Soil and Water Management Expert, Nachmansohn Consulting & Co.

With traditional chemistries being scrutinized, the future of fertilization, yield enhancement and crop protection will be based on a combination of traditional and biological fertilizers, biostimulants and crop protection products. Utilizing the best from two worlds in an integrated approach will achieve both the highest production and environmental goals, and delegates will learn about case studies specific to the Southeast Asian market using biologicals and traditional chemistries.

1210-1330

Lunch   Location: TBD

1330-1415

Southeast Asia and Indonesian Regulatory Update
Dr. Piyatida (Tung) Pukclai
Regional Business Development Director (Asia-Pacific), Knoell

This presentation will address the overview of registration requirements in Southeast Asia and Indonesian Regulatory Update, and exploits ways to improve the regulatory systems in order to stay competitive in the international marketplace, improve trade and protect their populations and the environment against poor quality and highly hazardous pesticides.

 

1415-1445

Refreshment Break

1700

Exhibition Closes

WEDNESDAY, 5 DECEMBER 2018

0800-1700

Registration   Location: TBD

1000-1010

Welcome, Opening Remarks

1000-1700

Exhibition Open

1010-1050

China Sourcing Update
Wayne Tan
Marketing Manager, CAC

China’s environmental protection inspections have led to hundreds of arrests and millions of dollars in fines. The expectation is that the government will redouble its efforts making it more difficult for chemical companies in general and manufacturers of crop protection products in particular. We will provide the latest information on environmental laws, intelligence on future disruptions, and what to expect from your Chinese sourcing partners in 2019.

1050-1120

Refreshment Break

1120-1200

India Sourcing Update
CS Liew
Managing Director, Pacific Agriscience Pte Ltd

Agrochemical suppliers in India are gearing up to take the lead as China works through its supply disruption. Indian companies are looking to backward integration, raw material manufacturing and cutting edge formulation technology to advance their supply presence and expertise. This session will offer the latest intelligence on Indian suppliers and which are advancing to become full solution providers.

1200-1330

Lunch  Location: TBD

1330-1415

Digital Farming’s Impact in Southeast Asia
Smart farming, digital farming and precision agriculture are being integrated at various levels of the food production and distribution chain. New technology, from drones to robotic harvesting, will have a significant impact on crop input practices, labor, and business modeling. This session will provide insight on what will have the most significant impact in Southeast Asia.

1415-1445

Refreshment Break

1700

Exhibition Closes