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Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) and Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) are pleased to announce that the second Palm Oil Trade Fair & Seminar (POTS) 2019 will be held in Mumbai, India on July 30, 2019. India is one of the largest importers of oils and fats in the world and has been one of the most important destination of Malaysian plam oil for many years. POTS India will provide a host of opportunities to industry members, both within and outside India, to discuss current issues affecting trade, explore market opportunities and benefit from various networking sessions. MPOC has prepared an exciting programme for this event. The programme will cover areas surrounding the global oils and fats industry, nutritional and functional attributes of palm oil and price outlook. The seminar will feature renowned local and international speakers who will share their knowledge and experience about areas which have immediate and long-term effects on the oils and fats trade in this region. We are also pleased to announce that the Honourable Minister of Primary Industries of Malaysia has been invited to deliver the keynote address and officially open POTS India 2019.

We believe that the challenges and issues that will be discussed during this event can be translated into business opportunities and partnerships, when joint efforts are undertaken between suppliers and palm oil users to develop the trade. POTS India 2019 also offers opportunities for participating companies to promote their products and image via sponsorship and exhibition. As these effective and popular marketing tools are limited, please consider taking up these opportunities to avoid disappointment.

We are confident that this conference will shed insights on current issues and lead to opportunities for expanding trade. Don’t miss this opportunity. Be part of this important event by registering now. Your participation will immensely contribute towards improving the quality of the conference.

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According to a recent media report, Government of India is going to start collecting used cooking oil and convert it into biodiesel.

*Pilot Project at Nerul Facility

*Muenzer Bharat will collect used cooking oil daily from restaurants, hotels and roadside eateries from Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane in the first phase.

*Containers will be given to collect oil and trucks will replace them daily.

*Containers will be transparent to check how much oil is contaminated.

*The oil will be recycled at a facility in Nerul MIDC

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POTS 2019, MPOC’s signature event which is jointly organized with Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB), will be making its way to Saudi Arabia, India and Vietnam in 2019

POTS 2019 objectives are to present and reflect on the current issues that surrounds the palm oil industry, convey innovative ideas and critical thinking into single platform, congregating oils and fats industry players, marketers, trades, economists, nutritionists, government officials as well as all segments of the private industry to deliberate on the latest development and way forward for the palm oil industry.

We look forward to your participation.

 
     
   
 
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