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PMFAI’s ICSCE 2020 scheduled for 28th-29th January 2021

22 January, Mumbai, IN: PMFAI’s ICSCE 2020 has moved  this year from physical to 3d virtual platform due to the ongoing pandemic, keeping in view safety of its participants, this is the 15th edition of the event.

Pesticide Manufacturers & Formulators Association of India’s  event International Crop Science Conference & Exhibition (ICSCE) is an exclusive agri input trade show in India organized every year. It provides ample opportunities for all those involved directly & indirectly with agri inputs (agrochemicals, fertilizers, Biological pesticides and ancillary units- solvents, surfactant, intermediates, raw materials, packaging industry etc.) business for sourcing, marketing, brand establishment, product promotion, etc.

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 The 3d Virtual platform  companies can promote their businesses and brands, via video conferencing, Chat messaging during the event, discuss business, visit stalls, network in networking lounge with buyers & seller, attend conference and conclude business similar to physical event. 

In 2019, more than 900 delegates attended the event which was conducted in New Delhi, India. This year, the organizers are anticipating multi fold participation from across the globe as compared to ICSCE 2019.

The presentations by experts in the conference gives new insights and helps in gaining highlights on new developments, market reach and market analysis, development in intermediates and research & developments.  

The event attracts manufacturers in industry chain of pesticide and fertilizer production-raw material suppliers, packaging material, TC, intermediates, formulation, processing, and other sectors related to the whole crop protection industry. International exhibitors /visitors come from CIS countries, Latin America, Australia, German, China, Africa, GCC countries, Japan, Korea, EU and the US.