Exploring the supply, demand and technical dynamics shaping the global phosphate industry
The 15th CRU Phosphates Conference returns as a live, in-person gathering in Istanbul, Turkey, 27 February to 1 March 2023.
With its unique combination of strategic insights from industry leaders, and technical and operational developments, CRU Phosphates provides a welcome opportunity for the industry to reconnect in-person for important discussion, debate and business development. Istanbul, located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia represents an ideal location to connect a global audience from across the international supply chain involved in the phosphate fertilizer, feed and industrial industries. Learn how the latest technologies are driving sustainability and efficiency improvements in the phosphate industry.
The technical content stream, with a dedicated agenda of technical papers and showcase presentations, is specifically tailored to support operations and production personnel from across the phosphates value chain. The technical agenda explores how new technology, process, materials, and equipment developments can improve efficiency, environmental compliance and productivity. The call for papers is open until 18 November - find out more here.
Gain essential insights into market dynamics: The commercial and markets agenda, anchored by CRU's expert analysts, will provide crucial insights into the supply, demand, trade and regulatory issues that shape the global phosphate market. From regional outlooks through to niche demand areas, the agenda will give you a thorough overview of market forces, informing your business decisions for the year ahead. Interested in presenting? Contact us with your presentation idea.
Source solutions with a range of technical experts: The exhibition of world-class solution providers provides a one-stop-shop to meet with a wide range of companies providing products and services from mining and beneficiation technology through to fertilizer finishing and packaging - saving you time and money by bringing together solution providers from across the entire phosphate production cycle.
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