This page provides market research, trade events and leads, and more for U.S. companies in the agribusiness sector.
The Global Agribusiness Team is comprised of specialists on the industries below representing the U.S. Commercial Service – U.S. Department of Commerce, Foreign Agricultural Service – U.S. Department of Agriculture, State Regional Trade Groups, and various State Departments of Agriculture. Our worldwide network is dedicated to helping you succeed in the international marketplace!
Food Processing and Packaging
Agricultural Machinery and Equipment
Hotel & Restaurant Equipment
The Agribusiness Team offers B2B matchmaking, opportunities to learn from country/industry experts, and much more at domestic and foreign trade shows. To see where you’ll find us this next year, check out the events/activities page.
Use the links below to follow trade patterns for a selected NAICS code. Additional trade data is available through the TradeStats Express Database, or through a Trade Specialist at your local USEAC.
|India Cold Chain 2012 -- Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Eq., Building Products, Electrical Power Systems, Hotel/Restaurant Eq., Pumps/Valves/Compressors|
The India Cold Chain Expo - ICE, offers a global opportunity to present product and service information to the largest concentration of public refrigerated warehouses, refrigerated logistics, refrigerated construction and refrigerated transportation. The expo will be the singular interactive forum* offering a unique opportunity to participants to avail the benefits from the strength of the programs and quality of facilities offered.
Indian Agriculture is witnessing a shift towards its sub-sectors of horticulture, meat & poultry, dairy and their products, which all are perishables. Horticulture alone, in the last decade, has become the second largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world, next only to China. India currently produces about 190 Million tones of fruits and vegetables. Diversification and value addition are the key words in the Indian agriculture today. These changes along with the emerging food retail sector, especially with the opening up of Foreign Direct Investment, have brought in a lot of opportunities in the domestic sector. Market liberalization and increasing shift in consumer demand have also offered attractive opportunities for agricultural exporters from developing countries.
|Kevin Haley, Trade Event Programs|
Senior International Trade Specialist
|Renie Subin, New Delhi|
Phone: +91 11 2347-2155
|Richard Craig, OFS Human Capital|
Phone: +1 202 482 5208
|Atul Khanna, India Cold Chain Alliance|
|Richard Tracy, Global Cold Chain Alliance|
|Shibu Mathews, New Delhi|
Phone: +91 11 2347 2131