Exhibitors need to reserve places quick for VICTAM 2014

25-01-2013 | |
Exhibitors need to reserve places quick for VICTAM 2014

Exhibitors at VICTAM Asia 2014 need to be quick in order to reserve their places.Exhibitors have only been able to reserve their stand space for a few weeks; the show was launched just before Christmas. Yet the event is over a quarter full already.

Many of the larger exhibitors at VICTAM Asia have already confirmed their participation for the 2014 show in what are signs of their continuing and increasing commitment to the South and South East Asian market and the success of the exhibition and its supporting conferences.

VICTAM Asia is now by far the largest trade fair for animal feed, aquafeed and dry petfood processing technology in Asia, dwarfing other events covering this market. Many of the exhibitors will display a wide range of animal feed processing technology and equipment on their stands.

Visitors will be able to touch and examine as well as discuss with experienced stand personnel–the latest in animal feed processing technology including pellet mills, hammer mills, extruders, formulation programs etc. A comprehensive array of ancillary equipment and systems – silos, conveyors, dryers, coolers, bagging, elevators, etc. will also be on display within the VICTAM show as well as its co-located grain processing and rice/flour milling exhibition – GRAPAS Asia 2014.

But it is not just a wide range of technology that will be on show within the exhibition halls. The visitors who come from throughout the Asia/Pacific region and beyond will also find an extensive display of animal feed, aquafeed and dry petfood specialist ingredients and additives. This is because there will be another trade show within the same halls, this is FIAAP Asia 2014. This trade show and its supporting conferences profile the increasingly important use of specialist ingredients and additives within compound feeds.

For further information please visit the organisers websites – www.victam.com, www.fiaap.com & www.grapas.com

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