IFCN DAIRY REPORT 2012 PDF

IFCN Dairy Report For a Better Understanding of Milk Production World- wide. Front Cover. International Farm Comparision Network. Kiel, Germany. IFCN . The IFCN Dairy Report summarises the annual re search work of the IFCN Growth in annual milk production volume world-wide to Eastern Europe. In a rapidly changing dairy world, the IFCN (Interna- tional Farm Comparison Network) acts as an ongo- ing knowledge creation system. It represents 98%.

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Professionally, I feel very fortunate to work at Maxum as their business and culture allow me to continue my sales career in an innovative, dynamic and rewarding environment. Key factors in the slower growth in are climate anomalies in New Zealand, the EU and Argentina and a challenging economic situation for dairy farmers in the US.

A key topic for discussion is the future role of new technologies in milk production. I previously worked in recruitment before taking the role with Maxum Foods in February After reoort successful and fast-paced 8-year career in the events industry, I transitioned into the corporate world to focus on sales, customer service and logistics.

The Dairy Industry is very interesting, and I thoroughly enjoy the diversity of my role. I enjoy golfing, fishing and spending time outdoors, be it at the beach or out on the bike with my daughter.

Maxum has a unique culture and I am proud to be apart of such a family orientated team. I love the challenges of working in young and fast-growing companies like Maxum.

My wife is from Australia and we have 3 young girls and so family reasons have recently brought us to Australia. Speaking in advance of the conference, Dr.

Maxum Foods is defined by a dynamic and fun environment that is committed to hard work and hard play, which drives me to repogt my best.

I have worked in the Food industry for over 10 years wearing multiple hats, learning many aspects of food processing.

IFCN Dairy Conference: ‘Milk production will increase 50% per farm by ’ – Maxum Foods

I like to run and practice yoga few times a week. However, growth has started to slow down significantly in Maxum Foods has old school values and manners with an energetic and fun culture — A rare find and erport great company to work for. After completing a Bachelor of Business at QUT, I started working in the freight forwarding and logistics industry where I soon realised that my passion was in customer service and sales. My wife Jaime is originally from Canada, so our daughter is first generation Australian but will no doubt have a mixed accent, repott a few years at least.

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I work at Maxum to be part of a young, motivated and exciting group of people who share all the same business and customer service beliefs as me. I have worked in a range of industries from hospitality, health and fitness to sales and marketing before entering the dairy industry almost five years ago.

I was fortunate enough to secure sponsorship and a job with a well-known shipping company and spent 6 years there before moving into freight forwarding. Working here has allowed me to bring my expertise in logistics and the supply chain full circle. Between now and worldwide demand growth for milk and milk products will be three times the level of current US milk production.

I have a passion for technology and love learning new things.

I grew up in the hinterland of Southern Brazil where I started my career working for a large meat producer and exporter. From there I moved to Brisbane and completed a Business Marketing degree. Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter! I then spent two years travelling throughout the world, where I worked in both agricultural and financial sectors. I am a born and breed True Blue Kiwi. I was lucky to grow up in a 22012 family in Montville, QLD. After being an avid traveller, setting off to experience the world, I settled in Melbourne where I recently completed a Science Degree in food and human nutrition.

Maxum is a family that I am very lucky to be part of. I proudly became an Australian citizen in and a Dad in I have a variety of interests and hobbies, including fine miniature painting, home brewing Melomels and ciders as rwport as playing with my children. I enjoy eating my way around the world, hiking, snowboarding, wine and keeping fit!

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The company is growing at a rapid pace, with so many opportunities for its staff. In my career I have worked in sales support roles with a strong focus on customer service and outcomes, principles that I have carried into my work at Maxum.

IFCN Dairy Conference: ‘Milk production will increase 50% per farm by 2030’

I find that the dairy industry challenges, rewards and surprises me every day. I was brought up in Central Queensland on cattle properties before starting boarding school in year 5 at Toowoomba Prep, following school I went on to study Business Agribusiness at the University of Queensland.

I love working at Maxum Foods, they have a great friendly and fun atmosphere. From there I moved to London where I continued working in the events industry whilst exploring Europe. Working with the Maxum team is very enjoyable and rewarding. Previous Global demand — the volume of dairy products exported by the six major exporters. It is amazing to work with a team of Dreamers and Achievers.

After working in events in the hotel industry for a few years, I then moved to Japan to work on the ski slopes. Maxum Foods is an awesome company to work for as each one of us are treated and made part of a huge family unit. There is such a positive energy at Maxum Foods.

A native Scotsman, I made the move to Australia and became a proud citizen in and a dad in with my wife Jamie. Better technology will also help to interpret data to make production more efficient and help to safeguard resources.

Today, about million tonnes of milk is produced worldwide — with Oceania, EU and India among the leading producers worldwide.