The Global Pulse Confederation (GPC, formerly known as CICILS IPTIC) represents all segments of the pulse industry value chain from growers, researchers, logistics suppliers, traders, exporters and importers to government bodies, multilateral organizations, processors, canners and consumers.
India Pulses and Grains Association (IPGA), is the apex body of India’s pulses and grains industry & trade and its membership encompasses market participants along the value chain. The association has a pan India reach of over 10,000 stake holders involved in the farming, processing, warehousing and import business of Pulses across the entire value chain.
Established in 1987, the Canadian Special Crops Association is a non-profit alliance of over 100 processors, exporters and service providers engaged in the production and trade of Canadian pulses and special crops – including peas, lentils, chickpeas, beans, mustard, canaryseed, sunflower and buckwheat. CSCA members include individuals, partnerships, corporations and other legal entities engaged in the growing, export, merchandising, brokerage and supply of pulses.
Pulse Canada is the national association representing pulse suppliers & traders, as well as the growers and processors of Canadian pulses including dry peas, beans, lentils and chickpeas. The organization is focused on creating efficiencies through the elemination of pulse trade barriers by ensuring continued market access in key regions, keeping crop protection products available to growers and advocating for the improvement of domestic grain transportation.
Pulse Australia is a peak industry body that represents all sectors of the pulse industry in Australia, from growers and agronomists through to researchers, merchants, traders and exporters. It is unique in that it is an independent, non-political and whole of industry organization, which acts as a catalyst for the development of the pulse industry.
Global Agriculture Info Group (GAIG) is a price reporting, market analysis and events platform for global agriculture products. It is a leading international business-to-business information group focused primarily on information, trade solution, services and banking. Businesses working in oilseeds, pulses, grains use GAIG data and insights to benchmark prices, settle contracts and inform their strategies worldwide.
The Pakistan Pulses Importers Association (PPIA) was created in 2017 by international grain brokers to streamline the import of pulses in Pakistan. The association is focused on providing coordinated leadership for Pakistan’s pulse industry, and to provide educational content to help market participants achieve a greater understanding of International trade norms, values, terms and bylaws across all industry segments.
Established in 2010 as a non-profit organization, the APA is devoted to increasing the consumption of pulses, i.e. dry peas, lentils, chickpeas, and beans. They bring together everyone in the pulse crop value chain to work toward the goal of improving the return on investment for the entire value chain.