The 27th International Bionergy show took place from 20th to 23rd August in Ribeirao Preto, Brazil. The event is the only one in Brazil exclusively focused on bioenergy. On this edition, organisers were focused on revamping the event and its agenda so it could represent and serve better the interests of the biofuels, transport & logistics, pulp & paper, and food and beverage industries.
Located in Ribeirão Preto, one of this market’s most productive regions, the 27th International Bioenergy show is using its international expertise in energy events to promote the role of the sector while working closely with the main players to increase efficiency, productivity and competitiveness in the industry in Brazil.
The event gathered a wide array of experts in the industry experiences and created an environment suitable to networking with the most important buyers, who attend the event every year to check out the latest innovations, content and straight business opportunities.
Last friday, on the 23rd of August, LIDE Ribeirão Preto, in partnership with the organisers of the event, held a meeting with the federal deputy and government leader in the National Congress, Joice Hasselmann (Liberal & Social Party), and invited Carlos Ferri to participate.
During the meeting with the members of the Business Leaders Group, guests, authorities and leaders of agribusiness and sugar-energy sector she talked about the “Challenges of Brazil’s Reconstruction”.
Fábio Fernandes, president of LIDE Ribeirão Preto, said that “Discussing Brazil’s reconstruction during the 27th International Bioenergy Show, which takes place in one of the main poles of bioenergy industry and sugarcane production in the country, is fundamental as the sector is a major force for our economy. Joyce Hasselman is constantly working to develop the nation in many different areas”.
Mrs. Hasselmann provided an overview of how the main reforms in the National Congress, such as social security and tax, are being handled and assessed and provided further insight on how it can impact the sector.