Working with Industry, for the industry
AIC works to support a modern, sustainable, commercial agriculture and create conditions that enable members to operate successfully and legally in an environment of ever-increasing legislation.
Members are fully involved in all our business processes and enjoy a full range of benefits.
Joining an AIC Committee
The committees and working groups of AIC play a vital part in how the Confederation serves the agri-supply industry and shapes policies for the future. Joining one of these groups will help you increase your own knowledge and skill set, as well as building your networks plus the satisfaction of knowing that you have helped shape the future.
More details here on the key benefits of being an AIC committee member.
- Lobbying and political representation
- Regular Information tailored to your business
- Policy advice and guidance
- Networking Opportunities
- Technical and business support
- Trade Assurance Schemes
- AIC Business Insight
- AIC Insurance schemes
Latest news about current technical, commercial or legislative issues in each sector, are emailed on a regular basis to member companies. These are for full members only and are password protected.
A register of all AIC current members is available on our website. This facility is password protected and only available to Full AIC members.
AIC provides two helplines for the benefit of Full AIC members and Trade Assurance Participants offering help and support at any time.
Working in support of modern, sustainable commercial agriculture
AIC Scotland activity
IN THIS ISSUE
3 Brexit update
4 Full conference report
7 New Policy Manager Scotland
7 FAR Module 4 nears launch
7 Fertiliser dinner
8 UKFFPA progress
8 TASCC contract awarded
Report and consolidated financial statements for the year ended 31 January 2018
AIC’s Election manifesto. We call on the government to deliver a Brexit that recognises the strategic importance of UK agriculture. This manifesto sets out our aspirations for EU exit negotiations as well as our priorities for UK domestic policy.
5 key areas of achievement, 5 future priorities
Adds up to 10 key areas for over 10 years for the Agricultural Industries Confederation
A study to assess the opportunities and threats to UK agriculture
Addressing individual business needs: supporting sustainable farming systems
The AIC looks to the next UK Government to support a growth agenda