VIV Asia 2017 Estimates a Monumental Breakthrough in Business Negotiations
VIV Asia 2017 - the top-tier agricultural technology and animal husbandry trade show, the largest of its kind in Asia - has witnessed with joy an enormous number of 45,952 visitors from 130 countries.
Business negotiations carried out as during the event are expected to exceed Baht 15bn (USD 436,681,350) thus in process reflecting the overall image of Asia’s animal husbandry economy in rising.
With over 1000 international exhibitors, VIV Asia offers a unique selection, compromising global market leaders and regional as well as national Asian players of growing importance.
Over the course of three days, VIV Asia 2017 has been remarkably and resolutely focused upon providing solutions, under the concept “From Feed to Food” (manufacturing of produce to processing of food products, with the participation of over 1,050 companies from 53 countries such as China, the United States, the Netherlands, France, Germany, and those in ASEAN community including Thailand).
Feed to Food brings together supply and demand within the complete animal protein chain. The driver behind the chain concept is that animal feed and animal health are vital for meat quality and safety. VIV Asia represents every step in the meat-, seafood and dairy production process.
A vast array of technologies and innovations, including tools and equipment, all regarding the enterprise of animal husbandry were showcased at the venue, in which teams of personnel with expertise were stationed nearby, ready to provide answers and pieces of advice up close. The exhibits showcased and the expertise provided at VIV Asia 2017 cover a variety of relevant businesses to dairy cattle, swine, poultry and egg, aquatic animal, as well as pet animal. International seminars prior to and after the event both have proved to be of great interest to businesspersons and animal farming entrepreneurs, as witnessed in the turnover of visitations amounting to more than 18 percent.
Professionals active in the production of pig meat, poultry meat, eggs, fish and dairy all have numerous reasons to meet up in Bangkok.
During this year’s event, a brand-new online platform titled VIV Online was launched, in response to the global technology landscape and virtual world. With a series of technological advancements being applied to its business models and the organizing of this event, VIV Asia provides a testament to the notion that VIV Asia will keep on moving after these three days.
At VIV Asia, suppliers from all segments of the Feed to food chain are represented. From suppliers of feed ingredients and animal health, to equipment for breeding, farming, slaughtering & processing.
Even though VIV Asia event has come to a close this year, those interested in technology and innovation for animal husbandry will have an opportunity to keep themselves updated on a number of homonymous events in other global regions via www.viv.net.
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About VIV Asia
VIV Asia is the international trade show from Feed to Food for Asia. No other trade show in Asia offers such a broad pallet of opportunities. VIV Asia challenges professionals to invest in bringing the world’s most promising animal protein markets a big step further. VIV Asia offers a unique selection of global market leaders and regional as well as national Asian players of growing importance, in the sectors Feed/CropTech-FeedTech, Feed/Ingredients & Additives, Animal Health, Breeding/Hatching, Farm production and Processing/Handling.
Approximately 1,000 exhibitors present technologies and services focusing the production of poultry layers, poultry broilers, swine, dairy cows, fish & shrimp, addressing the value chain from Feed to Food.
Aquatic is a Special Event at VIV Asia. Buyers and suppliers in aquaculture in Asia-Pacific have a unique opportunity to meet key contacts active in aquaculture only or with a joint-interest in both aquaculture, poultry and/or pigs.
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