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XVI Agri-Food CdO Forum

XVI Agri-Food CdO Forum Grain Services participates in the XVI Agri-Food CdO Forum on 25 January 2019 - 26 January 2019 with the presence of Mr. Cagnolati.

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ECE 208

58° European Commodities Exchange 2018 Rouen mr Cagnolati, Grain Services CEO, partecipates the 58° ECE in Rouen on October 25th and 26th.

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Bologna Tigers Euro Champions

The Subbuteo Team from Bologna Euro Champions Il Bologna Tigers clinched the table soccer's Europa League in Atehns. Now the look forward to the Champions' League. Grainservices, team partner, congratulates the Tigers!

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1st CEMI MILAN COMMODITIES EXCHANGE

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SZEKENYI EXCHANGE BUDAPEST

SZEKENYI EXCHANGE BUDAPEST Grain Services has partecipated the SZEKENYI EXCHANGE BUDAPEST on june the 7th 2018 with the presence of Andrea Cagnolati, Roberta Carli e Dalibor Cvijanovic e Francesco Piccinini

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ISEA – A day spent in the fields

ISEA - A day spent in the fields Grain Services will be in Macerata on 5.25.18 with the contribute of mr Andrea Cagnolati.

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Fourth Prager Karlsbörse

Fourth Pragher Karlsbörse Grain Services has participated the Fourth Prager Karlsbörse kept on 03.15.18 with Mr. Andrea Cagnolati, Mrs. Roberta Carli, Mr. Francesco Picinini and Mr. Dalibor Cvijanovic

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XV FOOD AND AGRICULTURE CDO FORUM 2018

XV FOOD AND AGRICULTURE CDO FORUM 2018 Grain Services partecipates the XV FOOD AND AGRICULTURE CDO FORUM 2018 in Milano Marittima on 26/27 th January 2018 with the presence of Mr. Andrea Cagnolati

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Grainservices joins ANACER

Grainservices joins ANACER Grainservices joins ANACER GrainServices joins ANACER

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Against the Grain, Traders Go Gluten Free in Hunt for Profitby Agnieszka De Sousa and Andy Hoffman Multiyear gluts in major crops erode margins in global markets Better prospects seen in niches like tomatoes, processed food There’s so little money in buying and selling wheat, corn and soybeans these days that some traders are turning to obscure markets in desert-grown tomatoes and chickpeas to turn a profit. Margins for handling the big grain crops have sunk as farmers grew morethan the world needs for four years. That’s led firms like Germany’s BayWa AG to seek out niches such as tomatoes and organic grains where returns are higher. Others turned to costlier processed food ingredients or gluten-free products. "The general trading environment for agricultural commodities is rather difficult," said Jean-Francois Lambert, the founder and managing partner of consultant Lambert Commodities. "It has been the case for two years and it looks like this year may be as challenging." That bodes ill for traders who grew fat in the boom years last decade, when prices rose on demand from a world population growing in size and wealth. While the biggest firms trading huge grain market volumes may see limited effect on their bottom lines from niche markets, small and mid-sized traders can benefit more. They’ve jumped into lesser-known products like quinoa or organic crops with better margins ...