Mission, objectives and tasks
The Chamber's mission is to create a platform – an organizational form:
for internal structural partnership of companies from the feed, milling and grain sectors in their key economic aspects;
to influence the governmental administration (National and EU) and opinion-forming centres (institutes) and the media;
to cooperate with the business circles, especially raw material producers (feed) and product users
in order to ensure protection and the maximum level of executing economic interest of its members.
Thus, our mission formulates the following objectives:
representing and protecting interests of Chamber members in Poland and abroad;
creating favourable conditions for the development of Chamber members using national and international information and data, along with the propagation of scientific, organisational and technical innovations;
Impact on forming and amending industry-specific legal regulations;
raising the level of professional, technical and economic expertise to gain higher efficiency and profitability in the industry;
formulating rules of ethics in operations of Chamber members.
Basic tasks realized by the Chamber are:
organising and developing economic partnership in Poland and abroad – with industry related entities;
providing all help to its members and economic entities, facilitating conducting business activity of their plants;
conducting training and publishing activities;
forming advisory teams and expert commissions;
cooperation with central and field national administrative bodies and social-trade organisations;
representing interests of Chamber members before national and self-governmental authorities;
issuing opinions and preparing technical documentation and expertise in sectors covered by the Chamber's activity;
preparing reports and expertise as well as market analyses;
preparing projects of principles, procedures and documents related to the goods turnover;
conducting economic arbitration.
The Chamber’s principle products are:
Frame formulas of agreements and contracts for various stages of turnover;
Basic quality requirements for raw materials and products;
Consolidated set of formal and legal regulations for individual segments;
Feed labeling and intellectual property protection;
The Chamber’s Newsletter issued on a monthly/two-monthly basis;
Signal and Informative Notes on the current market situation;
Periodic reports on the grain balance and market in an economic season.
Currently our main tasks are:
Carrying out educational, informative and lobbing activities on the GMO issue, especially aiming towards the withdrawal of a ban of marketing and using GMO soybean mean in feed production;
Influencing the rational use of EU support means in the agriculture and food sector (including the grain and feed sector);
Supporting the development of port and inland infrastructure using EU means (as condition of turnover increase);
Exerting influence by international organisations aiming towards the rationalisation of requirements on feed labeling and the notion of waste as feed material and by-products.