Vietnam to join conference on global agricultural supply chain connection hinh anh 1Processing cashew nuts for export (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnamese businesses operating in agriculture will attend the Agricultural Supply Chain Asia conference (ASCA) co-hosted by the US Grains Council, the US Wheat Associates, and the US Soybean Export Council from March 18 – 20, according to the Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development (VBCSD) under the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).

The conference will be held in both in-person and online formats, expecting to attract crowds of representatives from agricultural businesses from many countries and territories.

For more than a decade, this conference has served as an important business-to-business platform and an prominent highlight in the Crop Calendars for Southeast Asia.

Delegates will focus their discussion on issues related to the integration of sustainability and innovation for future agriculture development. They will join sessions to provide the latest market updates and information on the agricultural sector.

They will not only analyse current challenges but also jointly envision and propose a future direction for the agriculture and food sectors in Southeast Asia.

The conference is hoped to provide an opportunity for Vietnamese businesses to approach and learn about this cooperation journey and connections, thus getting more business opportunities in the future.

Organisers said that ASCA offers a venue for connecting and promoting trade discussions and business prospects for agricultural products from the US as well as many other countries.

The VCCI said participants should be agricultural importers and exporters; providers of transportation, logistics and other services on grain trade; businesses specialising in food, animal feed and agriculture; and purchasing and quality control specialists for government and private entities, grain and transportation analysts, and agribusiness consultants./.
VNA