ICIS at AFA 2016

ICIS at AFA 2016

About ICIS at AFA  February 2– 4 2016

Come visit ICIS at the AFA 2016

ICIS is pleased to announce that it will be attending the 22nd AFA Annual Fertilizer Forum and Exhibition. With over 600 Senior Executives expected to attend, this event provides delegates  the opportunity to interact with key leaders in the fertilizer industry. Stop by and speak with ICIS Fertilizer Editor Deepika Thapliyal to learn more about ICIS market intelligence for the fertilizer industry.

The 2016 AFA Annual Meeting will be held 2-4 February in, Egypt.

22nd AFA Annual Intl Fertilizer Form & Exhibition

Latest news from ICIS editors at the conference

 
 

Meet the Team attending AFA


Deepika Thapliyal, Markets Editor

Deepika Thapliyal is a Fertilizer Markets Editor for Fertilizers at ICIS. She can be reached by email at Deepika.Thapliyal@icis.com

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