IGTC Corporate Stakeholders

IGTC corporate stakeholders are commercial, for-profit organisations that are engaged in the agricultural trade and have investments reliant on the international movement of grain, oilseeds and other agri-bulks  for food, feed, or processing (FFP).

These companies are members of an IGTC member association and commit to support the IGTC.

Benefits of being a corporate stakeholder to IGTC

Corporate stakeholders investments of time and money will help:

1. Reduce risks and costs for the grain industry by reducing trade disruptions, harmonizing rules and influencing practical policy developments.

2. Encourage the efficient use of resources to reduce the burden on individual member organizations by leveraging the expertise of the secretariat and individual members across the world.

3. Guide members by creating a policy platform that enables the industry to speak with one voice in international forums and venues in a way that materially impacts policy development.

How to become a Corporate Stakeholder?

Should you wish to become an IGTC Corporate Stakeholder, please contact the IGTC Secretariat.

Fees

IGTC is funded by voluntary contributions and there are no mandatory assessments for IGTC Corporate Stakeholders.

There are recommended and optional contributions, which are established by the General Assembly as part of an annual budget.