The 7th Global SugarTrade summit will be held on 29-30 September 2009 in Singapore.

World’s leading financiers, traders, sugar producers, millers, refiners, key officials of government trading corporations and shipping executives will convene at this global conference dedicated to exploring the evolving dynamics of the global sugar markets.

CMT’s first Sugar Trade conference was held in Dubai 7 years ago. Since then we’ve brought the event across to Mexico City and Miami, for regional overview on current trends, local issues and the rising prominence of sugar-cane ethanol.

This year, the conference comes to Singapore, Asia-Pacific’s commodity trading hub. 7th Global SugarTrade aims to tackle the industry’s most pressing development, the current liquidity crunch.

According to the International Sugar Organisation, Sugar prices, which just reached three year highs, will probably get further support because the 2009/10 global sugar market will remain in deficit. With global sugar demand increasing annually, securing funding and increasing production are central to the industry’s sustained growth.

Some of the key current issues to be covered at 7th Global SugarTrade :

  • A World Class speakers’ panel made up of the industry’s leading experts
  • A multi-faceted look at the various opportunities and alternatives available to different industry players and stakeholders.
  • An in-depth analysis of worldwide trends in sugar production and supply.
  • Focus Sessions on banking, finance, insurance, shipping, logistics, and technology.
  • Plenty of opportunity to get answers for your questions from the world’s leading sugar industry players.
  • Networking – meeting informed colleagues from all around the world.

On that note, we encourage you to take advantage of lucrative opportunity to increase your organisation’s visibility to the industry’s key players and investors. Do drop an email to for details on possible media partnership arrangements and on event sponsorship packages at our 7th Global SugarTrade conference.

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