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"Innovating for profitability in uncertain times!"

The Asia Pacific animal feed market is expected to reach a market size of US$140 billion in 2024 from US$110 billion in 2018.

Demand for meat and seafood in Asia is set to grow by 78 per cent by 2050, and global food security is becoming "an increasingly pressing issue" with the world's population set to hit 9.8 billion the same year. To meet the challenges of food and nutritional needs in a sustainable manner, new and innovative measures are required.

ASF has taken its toll on the animal feed market as the decline in pork production in China and other impacted countries has meant less demand for pig feed production. According to Rabobank, hog feed consumption is expected to drop by 30% this year. There is likely to be less demand for grains and crops, such as corn, as well as whey powder for piglet feed. Soybean meal usage could potentially only experience a modest decline due to a growing poultry sector. The positive news is that the hog feed industry is expecting to see a slight recovery by 2020, much sooner than the pig population will be able to recover.

Increasing concerns towards disease outbreaks in livestock suffering from swine flu, bird flu, infections and avian influenza should drive demand for animal feed additives. Increasing concern for meat & meat products safety and quality also prompt growing demand for specialty additives adding to global demand.

Testimonials from 3rd Global Feed Summit,
Nov 2017, Bangkok

“Very informative conference covering a range of topics” - CBH Grain

“It’s useful” - Veles-Agro Broker

“Very interesting conference with in-depth knowledge from speakers” - Panus Poultry

“I have learned a lot from the conference”
- Vietnam Feed Association

“It was a good summit to attend”
- Al-Ghurair Resources

“Very well organized” - Amul Dairy

“Better than I expected” - Cargill


Attend CMT’s 4th Global Feed Summit on 24-25 Feb 2021 in Bangkok to network with industry majors to gain insights on the latest trends & update in the feed value chain!

  • Find out from Bangkok Bank the performance of the global economy and  impact of US/China trade war
  • Roland Berger shares the future formula for profitability & the mega trends impacting the food and feed value chain
  • Suguna Foods discusses raw materials availability and sourcing challenges
  • Gain latest updates on changing grains trade amid US-CHINA trade war from Cargill Agriculture Supply Chain
  • FeedGuys helps evaluate protein meals to maximize profit in your purchasing operation as well as a 2nd presentation on the use of IoT and AI to improve business efficiency
  • Grobest Group on moving towards a sustainable aquaculture industry with innovative aqua feed
  • Amul Dairy provides insights on  Dairy and cattle feed market outlook in India/Asia
  • New Hope Indonesia shares the Opportunities in Indonesia’s feed
  • Soon Soon Group of Companies provides insights on producing extra high omega-3 meat and eggs
  • Anyou Co. shares on ASF & the changing swine market of Asia/China
  • Growth potential of insect protein for livestock, aquafeed and pet food application by Nutrition Technologies
  • Find out from Folium Science how to remove unwanted bacteria from the food chain and reducing the need for antibiotics
  • Trends and innovative feed strategies to improve shrimp performance by INVE Aquaculture
Register with your team today at www.cmtevents.com or email grace@cmtsp.com.sg to enjoy group discount!


Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry. Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive luncheon & Cocktail sponsor.

Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request. Contact fiona@cmtsp.com.sg or (65) 6346 9138

News Feed

Philippines curbs spread of African swine fever

Posted on : 20 Jan, 2020

Africa swine fever (ASF) has affected the animal feed industry in Asia. However, according to a report by the United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service, the Philippines have curtailed the spread of ASF with effective measures on the movement of hogs, pork products, and feed ingredients.
Although key production areas remain affected in the country, the USDA report has lowered its feed wheat consumption estimate for the year to just 100,000 MT from 300,000 MT.
The two main regions that are severely affected by ASF are Central Luzon and Calabarzon. They together account for over one third of total pork production and nearly 30 percent of the hog inventory. Although the spread of ASF has declined recently, the disease led to a decline in hog inventories to nearly one percent year over year through September 2019, as per Philippine Statistics Authority.
The country aims to offset the fall in hog feed demand partially by switching of backyard hog farmers from swill to commercial feeding.
More about the impact of Africa swine fever will be discussed at CMT’s 4th Global Feed Summit in Bangkok.
Contact Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for more details on the program.

China to buy Argentinian soymeal as US trade war escalates

Posted on : 05 Dec, 2019

As the trade war between China and USA continues to escalate, China is looking beyond USA to do business.
China is moving away from US’s agricultural products. The country is planning to engage with South American countries to procure soy meal – particularly Brazil and Argentina.
Argentina, the world’s biggest exporter of the animal feed, aims to send shipments of soymeal to China in the beginning of 2020.
However, there are still a lot of processes and procedures to be followed before the actual trade takes place – including final approval of sanitary rules and Argentina’s crushing plants as well as inclusion of meal on China’s customs register, among others.
China was initially reluctant to buy Argentinian soy meal as it prefers to import raw soybeans and process them in China. However, the ongoing trade war has forced China to reconsider their stance.
A Chinese delegation has already visited crushing plants on the Parana River run by Bunge, Louis Dreyfus, Cargill, Aceitera General Deheza, Molinos Rio de la Plata, Cofco and Renova. These plants are expected to ship 2.3 million metric tons of soy meal to China in 2020, or roughly 8% of production.
The soy meals are expected to be bought by chicken farms in China.
Meanwhile China’s pork industry is struggling to contain the spread of African swine fever.
For more on China’s animal feed market, attend CMT’s 4th Global Feed Summit in Bangkok.
Contact Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for more details on the program.

Evonik commissions second feed additive plant in Singapore

Posted on : 02 Jul, 2019

Evonik has commissioned the second complex for its feed additive - MetAMINO® (DL-methionine) at Singapore’s Jurong Island, recently. The new plant is located adjacent to its old plant at the island and will have an annual production capacity of 150,000 metric tons of DL-methionine raising its global capacity to about 730,000 metric tons. The first plant already has a capacity of 150,000 metric tons of DL-methionine.
Built at a cost of half a billion euros, the new complex is modelled on the successful existing plant on Jurong island. As Asia has a growing demand for animal protein - meat, eggs, milk and fish producers are increasingly focusing on more sustainable production, and the new feed additive plays a key role in supporting these efforts.
The feed additive - DL-methionine is an essential amino acid that is added to poultry and pig feed. It helps to reduce the crude protein content in the feed which is beneficial for animal organisms while also reducing the impact on the environment. The feed additive offers a sustainable supply of animal protein for the world’s growing population.
Apart from Singapore, Evonik produces the feed additive at its plants in Antwerp (Belgium), Wesseling/Cologne (Germany) and Mobile (Alabama, USA).
Find out more about feed additives market trends at CMT’s 4th Global Feed Summit in Bangkok.
Email Ms. Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for more information on this conference.