Southeast Asia

Ag Supply Chain Asia 2021



The U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and U.S. Grains Council (USGC) are pleased to invite you to our 3rd AG Supply Chain Asia 2021! 

This conference is also jointly sponsored by the South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council, North Dakota Soybean Council, Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council; and under the auspices of the United Soybean Board, American Soybean Association as well as Foreign Agricultural Service – United States Department of Agriculture. 

As the COVID-19 situation continues to put restraints on travel and meetings, this three-day event will be hosted virtually January 26-28, 2021 using a specialized online platform designed to provide an interactive and overall immersive experience. 

Featuring a distinguished panel of subject matter experts and industry thought leaders who will be sharing their knowledge, outlook and viewpoints on the market and the opportunities and challenges ahead, this conference aims to provide in-depth market perspectives and introduce strategic direction for these unusual times. 

Besides presentations, the conference will also include panel discussions, business networking sessions with U.S. Ag stakeholders and Suppliers, and more….


  • Get the latest first-hand updates on the status of the U.S. corn and soy crop from U.S. Producers and gather actionable information from industry leaders and subject matter experts
  • Learn how to get the best value at the best price for your corn and soy requirements through industry best practices, means and methods
  • Expand your agribusiness network, build partnerships and develop business opportunities for U.S. Corn and Soy origination
  • Hear from an expert panel of speakers, bringing to the table issues and trading opportunities through a range of panel discussions
  • Network with USDA Representatives, major U.S. Agribusinesses, Corn and Soy Producer Organizations, U.S. Logistic Providers, and Subject Matter Experts; interact directly with U.S. Ag representatives during the business development sessions
  • Explore in-depth the sustainability and impact of current supply chain infrastructure on global trade


  • Importers and exporters of agricultural products 
  • Transport, logistics, and other service providers for the grain trade 
  • Food, feed, and agriculture related agribusinesses
  • Government and private procurement and quality control personnel 
  • Shipping and grain analysts 
  • Agribusiness consultants, etc.