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Photo Report: VIV Europe 2014

After four years of waiting, VIV Europe opened its doors in Utrecht, the Netherlands again. Here is an atmospheric impression from a feed perspective.

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  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    About 20,000 visitors from 140 countries are expected to make their way to the Jaarbeurs complex in the heart of Utrecht, the Netherlands.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    CEO of VNU Exhibitions Ton Otten welcomed all the guests to the opening ceremony, followed by…

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    …the awarding of four poultry and meat personality prizes…

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    …several presentations, among which one by Ruud Tijssens, FEFAC president…

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    …and finally, the ribbon cutting ceremony.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    So what is there to see at the show? Of course there is AllAboutFeed, in Hall 11, A079.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    Belgian feed additives company NutriAd decided to accentuate its natural character by placing many plants in the booth.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    Chinese feed machinery manufacturer ZhengChang must have spent a long time building its booth up.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    Andritz also gave a nice insight in some pelleting machines.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    Austrian animal nutrition company Biomin treated its visitors to green nuts – in company colours!

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    Welcoming everybody to the Netherlands, De Heus included many tulips on its booth.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    German feed manufacturing company Bühler taking pride in its innovations being covered in the media.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    From high above, the hustle and bustle of the trade show could well be seen.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    And much the same goes for online.

  • Photo report: VIV Europe 2014

    And once the VIV Europe 2014 is over, it is about time to get ready for that other major event in 2014 – the World Cup in Brazil.

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