News and Events
Article 50 must be ‘starting gun’ for dual dialogue – AIC: 29 March 2017
With Article 50 now triggered, the Agricultural Industries Confederation supports the UK Government’s determination that trade negotiations need to commence alongside the exit debate to avoid jeopardising Britain’s vital food and farming industries.
New Brexit Coalition Unites Voices on Agricultural Supply, Trade, Technology and Advice: 14 March 2017
The Agri-Brexit Coalition is a new grouping of eight organisations and trade associations involved in agribusiness, which aims to bring together the expertise of this particular sector of UK agriculture plc as negotiations on Brexit progress.
Farmers and suppliers told to unite for best Brexit deal: 25 November 2016
AIC press coverage - Farmers Weekly - Johann Tasker
Thursday 24 November 2016 5:00
Negotiating the future of agriculture outside the European Union will demand a concerted effort by all involved, says Nick Major who has been elected as the sixth Chairman of the Agricultural Industries Confederation.
Three new companies sign up to ESTA: 6 September 2016
Three new companies have enrolled in the European Seed Treatment Association (ESTA), which is operated in the UK by the Agricultural Industries Confederation. The three companies are KWS UK Ltd, T Denne & Sons Ltd and Frontier Agriculture.
BREXIT – Meeting with The Secretary of State, and the AIC Board’s Preliminary Thoughts: 11 July 2016
This is the first of a series of communications designed to keep AIC Members informed about the rapidly evolving situation, particularly as it applies to the Agricultural Supply Industry and therefore to the future prospects for your business.
Agribusiness 2017 prepares for revolution: 4 July 2016
‘Driving today’s agricultural revolution’ will be the theme of Agribusiness 2017, the Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) Annual Conference. The Conference will take place on November 23rd at the East of England Showground.
What rural organisations are saying about Brexit 24-6-16: 30 June 2016
This is what a range of rural organisations having been saying about the vote to leave EU.
Today, we begin a new pro-active period. In the first instance, we are fully committed to gain clarity for our Members as scenarios and timescales unfold.
Delayed payments feeding a crisis for farm suppliers: 23 May 2016
Article The Scotsman by Brian Henderson May 18, 09:00