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contents VOLUME 29 NUMBER 10 OCTOBER 2011 FEATURES 32 38 44 48 56 62 64 68 72 76 82 88 94 98 In it for the long haul Use of containers for grain exports to be key part of trading landscape for years to come. Port developments Suppliers of ship loading and unloading equipment focused on innovation. Port news roundup A review of the latest news about the world’s major grain ports. Thai rice plan controversial Some say government pledged prices will hurt consumers and exports, while helping competing countries. 38 A growing force in corn Already the world’s second-ranked exporter, Argentina is on the verge of entering Chinese market. Is biotech blooming in Europe? Indications are that biotech in Europe is progressing. A battle for China USGC president says U.S. looking to export more corn to China in the coming years. Marketing Maneuvers U.S. ethanol industry partners with NASCAR, pushes cellulose to improve public image. 88 Biofuels quarterly news A collection of the important stories affecting the global grain-based biofuels industry. DEPARTMENTS 10 12 14 24 26 102 105 106 Editorial Calendar World Grain News Grain Market Review: Rice Country Focus: Turkey Supplier News Products & Services Advertiser Index/ Fax Back Form Milling operations Near infrared focal plane array quantitative imaging has potential application to mill process development and management. U.S. soy crushers face challenges Competitive environment abroad, numerous domestic issues impacting the soybean processing industry. IAOM Eurasia Eighteen countries represented at the sixth annual conference and expo, held this year in Florence, Italy. Flour trade prospects improve IGC forecasts exports of 11.8 million tonnes in wheat equivalent for 2011-12 season. ON THE COVER: Minmetal Grain Export Terminal in Constanta, Romania. Photo courtesy of Neuero. Ridding your facility of rodents Implementing an Integrated Pest Management program can protect a company’s bottom line and reputation. ©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 / October 2011 7

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of World Grain - October 2011

World Grain - October 2011
Grain’s influence on global population trends
News review
Focus on Turkey
In it for the long haul
Deregulation shapes shipping market in Australia
Port developments
News Roundup
Thai rice plan controversial
A growing force in corn
Is biotech blooming in Europe?
A battle for China
Marketing maneuvers
Biofuels News Review
A new imaging method for millers
U.S. soy crushers face challenges
IAOM Eurasia
Flour trade prospects improve
Ridding your facility of rodents
Intersystems expanding Omaha facility
OCRIM school educates millers from around the world
Perten Instruments acquires TexVol Instruments
Food Protection Alliance names Schmitz as director
SternMaid to participate in Food Ingredients Europe
Insta-Pro International names Latin American sales manager
Alltech realigns leadership team
Advertiser Index

World Grain - October 2011