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Stefan Uhlenbrock

Germany
Stefan Uhlenbrock is Senior Commodity Analyst at F.O. Licht, and as such responsible for the company’s extensive work in the sugar and coffee sectors. Stefan oversees several reports, is responsible for the company’s projections with regard to these soft commodities, advises clients on developments in global markets and contributes to the maintenance and further development of the company’s vast statistical database on global S&D for different commodities. Stefan speaks regularly at industry conferences across the globe. He previously also worked on grains and tea. Stefan holds a Master in Economics from the University of Münster. He joined F.O. Licht at the beginning of 2003 and lives in Hamburg with his wife and two children.
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