Organized by CCM International Ltd., China Crop Protection Summit (CCPS) 2011 will be held on March 18th and 19th in 2011 in Shanghai, China. As an ideal platform for obtaining the latest market information and networking for key industrial leaders, CCPS covers most of the current hot topics related to crop protection industry, and one of the major topics is about the exporting business of agrochemical manufacturers in China.
Online PR News – 31-January-2011 – – Organized by CCM International Ltd., China Crop Protection Summit (CCPS) 2011 will be held on March 18th and 19th in 2011 in Shanghai, China. As an ideal platform for obtaining the latest market information and networking for key industrial leaders, CCPS covers most of the current hot topics related to crop protection industry, and one of the major topics is about the exporting business of agrochemical manufacturers in China.
The total export trade of China's agricultural continues to increase, while the export trade of agricultural products in the proportion of the entire export trade has been declining. China's agricultural export market mainly lies in Japan, South Korea, the US, the EU and other developed countries. Overcapacity is a major issue exerting great influence on the export business. In addition, the increasing cost on production management, environmental protection, etc., have driven up the competitive intensity among agrochemical companies in China. As Chinese government has realized the importance of energy conservation and emission reduction, a lot of work and effort will need to be done by many manufacturers in China.
Where to go for agrochem manufacturers in China will be presented in CCPS 2011 by Zhang Dong, general manager of Shanghai Freemen Chemicals Co., Ltd. Mr. Zhang has the long-term experience in the business development with leading and special management conception, especially in the international trading business for chemicals and agrochemicals. Formerly as sales representative in SINOCHEM Shanghai, he had also successfully developed a new market of pharmaceutical intermediates in India. Since 1995, he has been working in Shanghai Freemen Chemicals which has developed into a leading agrochemical export trade service business with annual export value of $500 million.
In this speech, Mr. Zhang will firstly talk about the definition and comparison between the sustainable route and enterprise strategy of agrochemical business. What’s more, he will analyze both extrinsic and intrinsic factors that influence the exporting business. The speech highlights different factors including overcapacity, business cost, environmental protection, company orientation, enterprise developing stage, etc. Finally, Mr. Zhang will summarize how to manage the enterprise strategy in different aspects.
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