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Call for Papers Announced For New Asia Pacific Grain Conference
The GRAPAS Conference will take place March 5, 2010 at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand. This new event, to be held in association with the GRAPAS Asia trade show, part of Victam Asia 2010, has been created to cater to the needs of the flour milling, grain processing, handling and distribution industries throughout Asia Pacific. From rice milling to noodle production, wheat flour to soybeans and specialty grains, GRAPAS is billed as the region's premier specialist event.
An international group of acclaimed speakers will discuss market, storage, handling and processing issues to grasp the opportunities and meet the challenges faced by today’s grain industry professionals.
Papers are now invited from qualified professionals on the following topics: Market trends and opportunities; Grain and oilseed processing; Grain sanitation and preservation; Storage and handling; Transportation; Quality control. A 'Call for Papers' form is available for download from the conference website: www.feedconferences.com. The deadline is April 30, 2009.
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