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CropWorld India Celebrates its 5th Successful Year by Adding Another Dimension With Agribusiness

MUMBAI, India, April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --



CropWorld India which has been the leading knowledge and networking destination for the agrochemical, seed, fertilizer, bio pesticide and bio fertilizer industry has now added post harvest and retail of crop to its portfolio due to increase in diversification, backward integration trends in the agricultural sector focusing on post-harvest, contract farming and supply chain issues.

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Eminent speakers from the industry like Rajesh Aggarwal, Managing Director, Insecticides (India), Padma Shree Dr MH Mehta, Chairman of Gujarat Lifesciences and Seed industry veteran Dr Surinder Tikoo, Director, Research Breeding & Development, Tierra Seed Science shall be presenting an outlook on the Indian industry. Sectoral experts like Manish Panchal, Practice Head - Chemicals from Tata Strategic management services, Dr C Prabhu, Principal & Senior Vice President at Rabobank, Anand Ramanathan Associate Director, KPMG would be addressing issues affecting agricultural productivity from different perspectives

With Rs 3,000 crore worth of export market for Indian agrochemicals every year to the United States, Europe and other regions such a regulatory and registration case study based guidance is the need of the hour for Indian agrochemical industry. This year international experts such as Dr Andreas Wais, MD, Eurofins Regulatory AG from Europe and Flavio Hirata, Partner, AllierBrasil Consulting & Advisory Co. from South America will help to explore these lucrative markets at the conference.

Also sharing their expertise from the agricultural sector with intensive query handling and case studies will be experts like Dr Banibrata Pandey, Vice President, Somnath Chatterjee , Head Procurement, ITC Foods Division, S Venuji, VP Purchase and Supply Chain, Sabero Organics, Santosh Nair, CEO, Camson Biotechnologies, Dr Sunil Saran, Chairman, Amity International Centre for Post Harvest Technology & Cold Chain Management, Dr Anup Karwa, Director, Krishidhan Seeds and more.

Like the past years, the 5th Annual CropWorld India promises to be the best knowledge and business networking platform for senior professionals from the Indian and international agricultural industry.

For more information visit http://www.cropworld-india.com/pr

About UBM India:

UBM India is India's leading live media and events company that engages people and enriches businesses. We at UBM India provide the industry with platforms that bring together buyers and sellers from around the world, through a portfolio of exhibitions, content led conferences & seminars, tech media, live events, data services and powerful media brands. UBM India hosts over 20 large scale exhibitions and 40 conferences across the country every year; thereby enabling trade across multiple industry verticals. A UBM Asia Company, UBM India has offices across Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai. UBM Asia is owned by UBM plc and is listed on the London Stock Exchange. UBM Asia is the leading exhibition organizer in Asia and the biggest commercial organiser in mainland China, India and Malaysia. For further details, please visit http://www.ubmindia.in

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