The three-day MPOB International Palm Oil Congress and Exhibition (PIPOC 2015) is set to take place from 6-8 October 2015 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia. Heralded as the biggest gathering of industry leaders and globally renowned speakers from the oils and fats industry, this premier event, which features the theme:- “Oil Palm: Powering the World, Sustaining the Future”, will provide a platform for current and potential issues to be deliberated and shared.

The three-day MPOB International Palm Oil Congress and Exhibition (PIPOC 2015) is set to take place from 6-8 October 2015 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia. Heralded as the biggest gathering of industry leaders and globally renowned speakers from the oils and fats industry, this premier event, which features the theme:- “Oil Palm: Powering the World, Sustaining the Future”, will provide a platform for current and potential issues to be deliberated and shared.

This year’s event is expected to draw more than 8,000 participants and trade visitors comprising mainly of industry experts, researchers, policymakers, millers, traders and export personnel.

The event will showcase five concurrent conferences: the Agriculture, Biotechnology & Sustainability Conference; Chemistry, Processing Technology & Bio-Energy Conference; Oleo & Specialty Chemicals Conference; Global Economics & Marketing Conference as well as Food, Health & Nutrition Conference. In addition to that, there will also be an Evening Forum on current issues, a Grand Exhibition with over 315 booths displaying new industry advances, technical tours as well as a golf tournament. With so many interesting activities lined up, PIPOC 2015 is an event not to be missed. Not only will participants be kept abreast with the latest developments, but they will also be provided with ample networking opportunities.

PIPOC is a highly anticipated global conference that takes place every two years, and focuses on current and relevant issues and happenings within the palm oil industry. The previous event, held in 2013, drew a crowd of over 7,000 from 50 countries.

The event is organised by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB), a government agency that serves the country’s oil palm industry. In facilitating the wellbeing of the industry, the agency upholds a vision of providing leadership and impetus for the development of a highly diversified, value-added, globally competitive and sustainable oil palm industry.