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contents VOLUME 29 NUMBER 3 MARCH 2011 FEATURES 26 32 38 Flooding takes a toll In Australia, damage to crops and transportation networks among the problems hampering farms, storage facilities and mills. Single desk survives — for now Recent election appears to strengthen CWB monopoly, but vocal opposition remains. What’s next for Russia? Halting of wheat exports sparks a debate about whether the ban was necessary and what impact it will have on the country’s reputation as a global grain supplier. 46 46 A New Vision At the World Economic Forum, a long-term strategic plan was developed to confront the world’s challenges of global food and agricultural sustainability. 50 Unrest in Egypt To what extent former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s ouster will impact the nation’s ability to import wheat and produce and distribute bread products remains to be seen. 52 56 64 82 86 90 New look for Victam International 2011 Venue has been changed and conferences and trade shows added to event that was last held in 2007. 64 Attendance surges at IPE/IFE More than 20,000 attendees from 100 countries gather in Atlanta to focus on issues affecting the feed and poultry industries. DEPARTMENTS 06 08 10 18 Editorial Calendar World Grain News Grain Market Review: Oilseeds 20 Country Focus: Philippines 92 Supplier News 94 Advertiser Index/ Fax Back Form Deep in the heart of Texas IAOM’s 115th annual Conference and Expo will be held May 2-6 in San Antonio. Feed operations Having a thorough understanding of the monthly power bill can help feed milling companies save money. Proactive path to pest management More facilities are turning to environmentally friendly prevention and treatment methods. ON THE COVER: Photo by Ryan Alcantara Seeking to add customer value Buhler executives say the acquisition of Schmidt-Seeger provides benefits to grain storage and handling customers. ©Copyright 2011. Reproduction of the whole or any part of the contents without written permission is prohibited. All information is published in good faith. While care is taken to prevent inaccuracies, the publishers accept no liability for any errors or omissions or for the consequences of any action taken on the basis of information published. / World Grain / March 2011 5

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World Grain - March 2011
from the editor-in-chief - Arab revolution of great importance for wheat
Australia’s winter crop estimated to increase 19%
With China crop in trouble, wheat surges upward
Port of Novorossiysk grain volumes decline 36.5%
FEFAC welcomes E.U. decision on GMO
Cargill to build new corn processing plant
Joint venture to build new canola crush plant in Canada
CWB purchases lake vessels for grain
E.U. compound feed production increases in 2010
U.S. fl our production in 2010 gains 0.4%
Industry responds to corn amylase approval
Scoular purchases ethanol plant, shuttle facility
Income from operations, sales soar at MGPI
Grain, ethanol boost The Andersons, Inc. to record results
Bunge’s net income rises on strong agribusiness performance
COUNTRY FOCUS - Focus on the Philippines
Key Facts
Flooding takes toll on Australian grain industry
Single desk survives — for now
What's next for Russia?
A New Vision
Unrest in Egypt
New look for Victam International 2011
Attendance surges at IPE/IFE
Deep in the heart of Texas
Schedule at a glance
Nominations solicited for Milling Operative of the Year
IAOM Conference & Expo - 2011 exhibitor booths
FEED OPERATIONS - Energy savings
Proactive path to PEST MANAGEMENT
Seeking to add customer value
Buhler Technology Group has successful 2010
Stern-Wywiol Gruppe receives prestigious business awards
Perten to supply Turkish Grain Board with Inframatic analyzers
GSI Group launches new customer-centric website
Ocrim supplies Libyan mill
Cargotec to acquire terminal operator systems provider
Eurofi ns appoints new chief scientifi c offi cer
4B Braime opens new subsidiary in Australia

World Grain - March 2011