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2011 Foodnews Tomato Forum:

2011 Foodnews Tomato Forum:

Capitalising on Turkey\'s Processed Tomato Market by Umit Guvenc

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  • 5th Global Conference acr Join l o e fro ss th aders ma es ll o upp from ver ly the chai wo n rld8 – 9 June 2011Metropole HotelRome Speakers Include forum 2011 Delivering Growth by Capitalising on GlobalKebede GashawDirector, International Business Opportunities for Production and ConsumptionRelations and EconomicsThe Morning Star CompanyYelong QinPresident REASONS TO ATTENDCOFCO Xinjiang Tunhe Co. LtdMarco Serafini • Identify new and expanding markets for paste exports toCEO increase tomato consumptionDESCO S.p.APaolo Gerevini • Examine supply trends in major producing regions: China, US,Marketing DirectorConserve Italia Brazil, and Southern EuropeJuanjo AmezagaPresident • Capitalise on new production regions showing most growth inIntegrated Supply Services tomato processingMartin StilwellManaging Director • Implement new packaging and technology to reduce carbonItalagro footprintMatias BambachDivision ManagerTMLA • Identify buyer requirements for private label Chaired By • Strengthen supply chain relationships through improvedAngel Sanchez communication between growers, processors and buyers ofGeneral Manager processed tomatoesConserve ItaliaDuncan Blake • Network with the world’s leading tomato processors andChairmanMerko food companiesOrganised by the publishers of: Sponsor: Register online at ftf.agraevents.com
  • Day One – Wednesday 8th June 12.25 Questions Day Two – Thursday 9th June08.30 Welcome Coffee and Registration 12.40 Lunch – Hosted by 08.30 Welcome Coffee09.30 Opening Remarks from the Chair 14.00 Assessing Chinese Domestic 09.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair Duncan Blake, Chairman Consumption of Processed Angel Sanchez Merko, Turkey Tomatoes General Manager • Overcoming the pressure from Conserve Italia, Italy Ensuring Profitability Throughout competitive crops the Supply Chain • Examining production and growth Strategic Outlook trends09.40 Delivering Strategic Analysis of the • Assessing current and projected 09.10 Market Response to the Outlook for Tomato Processing supply and demand levels Consequences of EU Subsidy Changes • Assessing regional movements in • Assessing the consequences of Yelong Qin, President tomato consumption across the globe COFCO Xinjiang Tunhe Co. Ltd decoupling in Europe • Utilising the 2009 hangover of stocks China • Examining global trade patterns and • Examining volumes and consumer how they may change trends for 2011 onwards 14.30 Determining Italy’s Position in the • Overcoming production problems in Kebede Gashaw, Director, International Future of the Tomato Processing Europe Business Relations and Economics Market • Examining the impact of higher The Morning Star Company, USA • Assessing the commercial scope for tomato prices on land allocation and the increasing focus on adding value production10.10 Improving Supply Chain Relationships • Examining the export destinations for • Improving yield per hectare whilst within Processed Tomatoes Italian tomatoes reducing scope for alternative crops • Developing a two-way process of • Increasing the efficiency of crop Juanjo Amezaga improved communication production President • Working with partners to deliver the Integrated Supply Services, Spain Marco Serafini, CEO promise of your brand Desco S.P.A, Italy • Exploring production outlook and cost 09.40 Assessing the Ongoing Implications structures 15.00 Questions of Currency for International Trade • Communicating brand identity to the • Increasing trade synergy for tomato consumer 15.15 Refreshments processing Paolo Gerevini, Marketing Director • Improving effective management of Conserve Italia, Italy 15.45 Experiencing the Transformation exchange rates in international trade from Fresh to Processed to Added • Assessing over-arching food prices10.40 Questions Value Tomato Products and economies in general • Examining rapid growth in the South Maurizio Staempfli10.55 Refreshments Africa tomato processing industry Owner • Assessing added value, sauce and Alimenco, Italy Global Markets canned tomato products 10.10 New Tomato Products: Examples Marci Pather11.25 Examining World Tomato of Technological and Consumer All Joy Foods Ltd, South Africa Processing Markets and the Future Developments for Exporters 16.15 Assessing Spanish and Portuguese Sebastiano Porretta, Professor • Assessing mature and developed Tomato Production Costs and New SSICA, Italy markets – US, Japan, Europe Areas for Growth • Identifying growth opportunities in • Developing solutions to maintain 10.40 Questions emerging markets – India, Brazil, China, growth N – 11 • Expanding Mediterranean demand 10.55 Refreshments John Giles, Divisional Director for processed tomatoes Promar International, UK 11.25 SANTE – A Novel Tomato Solids Martin Stilwell Concentrate Managing Director11.55 Assessing Growth Markets for • The use of SANTE as a taste and Italagro, Portugal Tomato Processing in Turkey and flavour enhancer for foods the Middle East • Multi function food additive to affect 16.45 Questions • Examining the emerging markets and Umami and Kokumi as well as salt supply potential for red sauces reduction in foods 17.00 Closing Remarks from the Chair • Exploring value added tomato • Another way to utilise and add value products and their demand to tomato based products • Assessing the end of decoupling and 17.10 Networking Zohar Nir its impact on Turkey Cocktail Reception VP Sales and Marketing Arda Sahin, Deputy General Manager LycoRed, Israel Assan Foods, Turkey Register online at ftf.agraevents.com
  • “Very good global perspective of the “Very well organized, good market and future terms” topics and speakers” Antonio Coutinho, Factory Manager, Fomento da Industria do Tomate SA Juan Martinez, John Bean Technologies11.55 Assessing the Development of Canned Tomatoes into Foodnews Tomato Forum continues to deliver new Private Label opportunities for growth around the world in its 5th • Analysing private label tomato products in Europe and the rest of year. Assess the latest supply outlook from the US, the world Brazil, China and Europe and consumption trends • Examining new developments in private label for canned tomato across the world. products Cristiano Ermenegildo, Export Sales Manager, La Doria Group, Italy This year you will hear analysis of all areas of tomato12.25 Questions processing with sessions on the strategic outlook,12.40 Lunch global market consumption levels, subsidies and14.00 Examining Domestic Consumption in the US managing costs, packaging innovation and increasing • Increasing processed tomato production through health promotion share of the processed market. Plus you can take part • Overcoming increasing fuel and fertilizer costs in our interactive panel discussion on one of the most • Weighing up consumer, market and environmental demand pressing issues in the tomato processing industry: • Inspiration from other fruit / vegetable promotional methods the potential impact of competitive crops in some • Quantifying the US as a key international supplier of the world’s highest producing countries. Examine John Allen, Director of Operations, United States, Kagome Inc, US land resource concerns and the squeezing of margins, and identify the countries which will continue to be14.30 Capitalising on Turkey’s Processed Tomato Market competitive in the coming years. • Examining tomatoes within the processed fruit and veg markets • Assessing processed tomato growth in international markets • Exploring investment opportunities and land resources Do you want a negotiating edge in the market? Are Umit Guvenc, Export Sales Director, Tamek, Turkey the latest global strategies crucial to your growth? Do President, Processed Fruit and Vegetables Exporters Association (PF&V) you want to network with decision-makers across the supply chain? At Foodnews Tomato Forum we have15.00 Refreshments ensured that our event balances great content and15.30 Tomato Products Perfectly Packaged: Examining Innovative valuable networking time. So block out the 8–9 June Packaging Options 2011 in your diary and see you in Rome! • Assessing the main packaging solutions in the tomato industry • Market and consumer trends: examining the growing requirement Attend Foodnews Tomato Forum 2011 to: of tomatoes as more than just ingredients • Promoting environmental awareness, sustainability and health • Respond to EU subsidy changes by implementing whilst analysing consumer habits and product safety new tomato production management methods Dominik Haug, Global Market Segment Manager Food • Examine increasing competition for resources in SIG Combibloc, Germany major production centres and the long-term impact on16.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: Assessing the Impact of Competitive the market Crops on Processed Tomatoes • Challenge increasing production costs by improving • Exploring food price rises in general, the squeezing of margins synergies for tomato processing and land resource issues • Overcoming the increasing competition for resources • Communicating health benefits of lycopene to • Which countries will continue to be competitive? increase market share of consumption of processed • Improving irrigation systems to combat water resource issues tomato products • Examining the price increase of a variety of competitive crops • Develop innovation within value added tomato Matias Bambach, Division Manager, TMLA, Chile processing Sonia Neves da Silva, Campil, Portugal Christoph Rudolf, President, Olam Tomato Processors, Inc, USA • Join the world’s leading processors, food manufacturers, packaging, technology and16.30 Questions ingredients companies in this unique networking16.50 Closing Remarks from the Chair forum on the business of tomato processing17.00 End of Conference Sponsorship Packages Sponsored by SIG Take advantage of the rare opportunity to reach this tomato industry audience in 2011. Every SIG Combibloc is one of the world’s two years, senior decision makers use the Foodnews Tomato Forum to benefit their businesses. leading system suppliers of carton As a sponsor you can be there to provide your solutions to your target market. packaging and filling machines for • Capitalise on the event’s two-year frequency beverages and food. In 2010 the company achieved • Network with key clients a turnover of 1,360 million Euro with around 4,650 • Promote your products in unique ways employees in 40 countries. SIG Combibloc is part of the For information on marketing your brand and products at Foodnews Tomato Forum, please New Zealand based Rank Group. contact Gareth Moore on +44 (0)20 7017 7574 or gareth.moore@informa.com Register online at ftf.agraevents.com
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