NOFOTA stands for Netherlands Oils, Fats and Oilseeds Trade Association, being the Dutch umbrella-organisation of companies concerned with the production, consumption and trade of vegetable and animal oils and fats, oilseeds and their derivatives.
NOFOTA is founded in 1918, established as the Nederlandsche Bond voor den Handel in Vetten, Oliën en Oliezaden, has approximately 150 members. A-members (kindred organisations), B-members (producers, consumers, traders and brokers) and C-members (organisations concerned with the production and trade such as storage companies, laboratories, banks etc.).
It draws up standard contracts, which are of international usage (NOFOTA Trading Rules latest version (as from 1 July 2019). Moreover it provides a mechanism for the settlement of disputes by its arbitration institute.
Venue: World Trade Centre Rotterdam
Venue: VNAB Knowledge and Meeting Center, the former premises of De Nederlandsche Bank on Boompjes 251, Rotterdam
Venue: Grand Elysee Hotel, Hamburg
Venue: London, Tallow Chandlers
Venue: Stadsbrouwerij THOMS in Rotterdam (Halvemaanpassage 1)
venue: Hulstkamp Building Rotterdam
During the Annual Dinner in the Hulstkamp Building on 18 April 2019 NOFOTA received the ‘Royal’ designation by hands of the Commissioner of the King Jaap Smit and the Mayor of Rotterdam Ahmed Aboutaleb. With the designation NOFOTA also launched her new logo and website.
The Annual General Meeting and Dinner will be held in 2020 at the Hulstkamp Building in Rotterdam on Thursday 23 April. Invitations will be send to NOFOTA’s members mid January 2020.read more
Friday afternoon, November 22, 2019 MVO – the Netherlands Oils and Fats Industry, NOFOTA and The Royal Dutch Grain and Feed Association ‘Het Comité’ will organize a seminar on Digitization and blockchain in the agri-food chain.read more
Friday afternoon, November 22, 2019 MVO – the Netherlands Oils and Fats Industry, NOFOTA and The Royal Dutch Grain and Feed Association ‘Het Comité’ will organize: Seminar: Digitization and blockchain in the agri-food chain “Current state of play, which are…read more
The Authority concluded that methylacetate and ethyl-tert-butyl ether meet the criteria for acceptability as a previous cargo and amended the Annex to Regulation (EU) No 579/2014.read more
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