TABADER will carry the Gathering of Doyens to the international arena thanks to IDMA Fair’s international network in 2019. As part of the 2nd Gathering of Doyens and Award Ceremony, which be held be in WOW Hotel in conjunction with IDMA Fair on 20 March 2019, the organization will present awards to those who contributed to the sector for at least half a century on cereal and pulse milling and their technologies around the world.
TABADER, the first Turkish parent organization for companies operating in cereal and pulses processing technologies, storage and analysis systems, continues its preparation to hold the second International Gathering of Doyens and the Award Ceremony that gathered huge interest last year. The Gathering of Doyens is expected to have colorful scenes that will be held in WOW Hotel in conjunction with IDMA Fair, which is the biggest gathering of the sector on the international arena on 20 March 2019.
Every year, TABADER investigates and brings together values of the sector on cereal, pulse, feed milling and technologies. As part of the 2nd International Gathering of Doyens and Award Ceremony, the organization will present awards to those who contributed to the sector at least half a century and who made names on cereal and pulse milling and their technologies around the world. TABADER, who has not forgotten doyens that passed away in the award ceremony, will host and honor those who contributed to the development of the sector, added value to the sector, Young TABADER, and those institutions and organizations that developed the sector during the International Gathering of Doyens.
TABADER TO PRESENT AWARDS
IN SIX CATEGORIES
During the 2nd International Gathering of Doyens and the Award Ceremony, TABADER will present awards in six categories: the Half Century in the Sector, Those Who Left Us, Those Who Contributed to the Development of the Sector, Those Who Brought Value to the Sector, Young TABADER, and The Establishment of the Year. TABADER International Gathering of Doyens and the Award Ceremony will have an international concept in coming years.
1. The Half Century in the Sector: Those doyens who spent 50 years in the sector and contributed to the development of the sector
2. Those Who Left Us: Doyens who added value but passed away.
3. Those Who Contributed to the Development of the Sector: Those who worked for the sector around the world and added value.
4. Those Who Brought Value to the Sector: Those who added value to the sector although they work in different areas around the world.
5. Young TABADER: Those youngsters who developed the sector through their works, thesis, new companies, new approaches, and new innovations around the world.
6. The Establishment of the Year: Visionary institutions and organizations who contributed to the development of the sector and help gain value through their studies and innovative approaches (stock markets, chambers, export associations, unions, and establishments, etc.)
TABADER IFP: INTERNATIONAL FLOUR,
FEED, PULSES SUMMIT
Before the International Gathering of Doyens and the Award Ceremony, TABADER will host the Flour, Feed, and Pulses Summit (IFP-2019). TABADER, which continues its efforts for the summit in full swing, will host the business people that will evaluate the problems, economy, and future of flour, feed and pulses sector worldwide. Renowned doyens around the world will come together and share their opinions during the summit.
TRAINING SUPPORT FROM
TABADER TO THE SECTOR
In order to meet its training targets to educate qualified people for the sector, TABADER will hold the International Certified Miller Training during IDMA to be held between 21 and 23 March 2019 in the fair avenue. In two different halls for flour and feed sector, the training will be held simultaneously in English and Turkish. On the first day of the three-day long training, topics such as energy management, innovation, research and development, production and development, quality control, and risk analysis will be discussed. For two days, the training will cover storage techniques particularly for grain (flour) milling and feed milling, new trends in the world, diagram, design, additives and vitamins, quality control, automation, machine and mechanic maintenance, ration preparation, pre-cleaning, and breaking lines. The theoretical training that will be provided by academicians and industry representatives will be supported with new product and technology showcases in the fair area. Participants will have certifications after three-day long program.
In order to fill out the registration form and access more information, visit www.tabader.org.