& Commentary

March 27, 2020

AgriBriefing’s response to the Coronavirus outbreak

In common with companies around the globe AgriBriefing has had to respond to the implications of the current Coronavirus outbreak. All our teams are now working remotely and while that adjustment has been time consuming we are thankful that modern technology allows a business like ours to adapt at pace and with minimal disruption.
We are also thankful to be serving one of the most crucial sectors of the global economy. The demand for food, the focus on the farmers who produce it and their associated supply chains has brought our industry into the spotlight. Markets are extremely volatile and the thirst for informed analysis and independent price assessments for key agricultural commodities is at an all time high. Our information services are receiving record usage and AgriBriefing analysts are in huge demand to comment across all the major news networks.
Alongside the utmost respect we pay to our extraordinary health care and emergency workers; we at AgriBriefing salute the agricultural producers and distributors who keep us all fed – even in a time of lockdown. You were always ‘key workers’ in our eyes and we hope that the recent heightened recognition lasts long after the current disruption is past.
AgriBriefing is here to support the efficient working of agribusiness supply chains and we are very much open for business for however long it takes to get through this.

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