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Agiblocks is gaining more and more attention from general and specialized media, industry analysts and reviewers. This page links to a variety of publications, showing what is being said and written about our product and our company. We will also be increasing our exposure through sponsorships of relevant events and through partnerships with leading publications in the commodity industry.

Impression Baltic Grain Exchange 2017

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DAKOFO, the Danish Grain and Feed Trade Association, and ProAgro, the Danish Association of Agri Broker Services, invited us to the 17th Baltic Grain Exchange for grain, feedstuffs, and the logistic service sector on 21 September 2017. The location was the Exchange, BØRSEN, is a historical building from 1624 built by King Christian IV and located in the center of Copenhagen. Originally the Stock Exchange was a commodity exchange, especially for grain and feedstuffs.

Baltic Grain Exchange 2017

Baltic grain exchange 2017

The Exchange was experienced by many as perfect. Many were open to have a conversation about the market and the networking possibilities were impressive as we met many new friends of Agiblocks. Looking forward to the next edition!

Agiboo at the CIS Sugar Market 2017 in Moscow

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Agiboo participates at the CIS Sugar Market 2017 event in Moscow and is enjoying the great atmosphere.

The International Sugar Organization and Eurasian Sugar Association together is holding the 6 joint conference “CIS Sugar Market 2017” in Moscow at the Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel on March 16th, 2017.

CIS_SUGAR_2017In 2016 the conference was attended by an international audience and included almost 260 representatives of sugar beet growers and beet sugar producers, agricultural holdings, seed and fertilizer providers, trading companies, industrial users, logistical and insurance companies from the CIS and abroad.







Topics of the conference:

  • CIS Sugar Market – balance of demand and supply, prime cost, governmental regulatory policy, analysis and prospects
  • World sugar market overview – EU and Southеast Asia
  • Export of sugar as a vector of growth
  • Selection and seed production in Russia and CIS
  • Agricultural machinery – important part of production
  • Innovative solutions for efficient sugar beet production


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AGIBOO is proud to announce that as from today, March 1st 2017, TOUTON GENEVA will be using AGIBLOCKS as its trade and risk management system for the company’s coffee business.
The full implementation and data migration was executed in a 3 month period despite the holiday season. For AGIBOO this is another testament to AGIBLOCKS’ appeal for the coffee industry and AGIBOO’s ability to execute and deliver in a mature trading environment. This implementation is the first milestone in TOUTON’s decision to upgrade its technology to the AGIBLOCKS platform throughout its trading businesses.
“ We are proud to have TOUTON as one of our customers” explains Bart Kroon, CEO of AGIBOO, “this recent implementation confirms that AGIBLOCKS is ready to be implemented in mature and professional trading environments and that we once again have been able to execute and deliver. For many trading companies the decision to opt for a new technology platform is a difficult one and usually prospects foresee cumbersome and difficult transition processes. With TOUTON we have once more confirmed that modern technology has a lower entry barrier and lower cost of transition and ownership. We look forward to proving ourselves to other players in the coffee industry”
“Our joint project teams collaborated very well over the past months”, said Tim Espir, CEO of TOUTON Geneva, “ AGIBOO showed a good understanding of the needs of our coffee business and had an agile approach during the implementation. We expect that AGIBLOCKS will significantly benefit to our trading operations going forward”.
“We have chosen AGIBLOCKS for its user friendliness, its technology advantages and for the strategic benefits that it brings to the TOUTON Group”, said Luc Girard, CFO of the TOUTON Group, “we look forward to bringing our other commodity businesses and other trading locations to the AGIBLOCKS platform over the coming months.”

AGIBOO, headquartered in The Netherlands, is a provider of commodity trade and risk management software solutions with a focus on agricultural and soft commodities. Agiboo has specialised expertise in supporting soft commodity environments (Cocoa, Coffee, Sugar and Dairy). The Software Platform AGIBLOCKS has been adopted in the commodity trade and risk management industry since 2011 and effectively provides ERP functionality for trading and sourcing companies. The commodity trade and risk management software platform AGIBLOCKS incorporates detailed understanding of the specific business technology requirements to successfully deploy commodity trading and risk management and has been buid to integrate with modern accounting and/or ERP systems. AGIBLOCKS is a cloud based solution that can be offered on a license or subscription basis.


TOUTON is a leading agro-industrial actor. Our know-how builds on over 150 years’ experience of providing our customers with high quality commodities.
In addition to delivering responsibly-sourced cocoa, coffee, vanilla and natural ingredients, we are now increasing our engagement in commodity-producing countries through processing operations in cocoa.
With subsidiaries in originating regions, and agents in key locations, TOUTON’s strength lies in the skills of its workers, the cultural diversity of its teams, and a deep understanding of the countries in which the company operates.