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Jun. 22, 2021

2021 MARDI-FFTC Workshop:“Application of IoT, Blockchain and E-commerce in Enhancing Agri-Food Supply Chains”

2021 MARDI-FFTC Workshop:“Application of IoT, Blockchain and E-commerce in Enhancing Agri-Food Supply Chains”

 

Recent catastrophic events caused by the COVID-19 pandemic had significantly affected the distribution of agriculture and food products. The limitation of logistics and transportation services due to the restricted movements within and between countries has disrupted the agri-food supply chain. Digital agriculture has potential in opening new opportunities to the agri-food producers, including the micro and small enterprises, and possible access to regional and global markets.

Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, Malaysia and FFTC are organizing a video conference on “Application of IoT, Blockchain and E-commerce in Enhancing Agri-Food Supply Chains,” on August 3, 2021. The workshop aims to: (1) exchange knowledge and experiences on the state-of-the-art of digitalization in agri-food supply chain, and (2) examine the application of the technology, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.

We sincerely welcome your participation. For workshop information and registration, please click on the link.

Registration is free!

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