As its own agricultural machinery production in the countries of Eurasian Economic Union does not exceed 6 % of world output, Eurasian farmers heavily rely on import of agricultural machinery and equipment. However, market development programs ran by Canadian companies take considerable efforts from regional managers and require facilitation and collaboration.
At the online meeting "New certification rules and import customs procedures applicable to agricultural equipment in Eurasia" participants:
- got updates on the recent legislative changes implemented by the Eurasian Economic Union in the certification processes of imported agricultural machinery and equipment.
- discussed cooperation strategies in the Eurasian Economic Union, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
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Slides of the speakers and handouts are accessible to be downloaded below.
1. REPORT on the results of monitoring the implementation of activities in the framework of industrial cooperation of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union in the production of machinery , equipment for agriculture, and their components
2. ROB ZIOLA, Director, Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership Inc, CANADA
Topic: Canadian agriculture machinery
3. SVEN HENNIGER, partner, Henniger Winkelmann Consulting, UKRAINE
Topic: Ukrainian agricultural market
4. SHUKHRAT NISHANALIYEV, specialist, the Uzbekistani State Center for Certification and Testing of Agricultural Machinery and Technologies in the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, UZBEKISTAN
5. NATALIA KIDRYAEVA, Senior Lawyer at Dentons, RUSSIA
Topic: Import of agricultural equipment into EEU and certification requirements
6. VLADIMIR DVORETSKY, Technical Director, NordExpert, RUSSIA
Topic: Certification of products for farming and livestock
7. EVGENY GAYKEVICH, Certification specialist, Group of companies "Standard of Quality", BELARUS
8. Dr. PATRICK CORTBAOUI Ag.Eng., professor at McGill University and Managing Director, Margaret A. Gilliam Institute for Global Food Security, CANADA
Topic: Partnership of Canadian companies for sustainable food system development
For more information on partnerships for sustainable food systems in Eurasia, please contact Marina Belskikh, Regional Director of CERBA in Montreal and Ottawa, via email [email protected] or tel. (514) 5161178.
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