VIV Asia postponed

VIV Asia has been postponed to 2022. Photo: Koos Groenewold
VIV Asia has been postponed to 2022. Photo: Koos Groenewold

Show organisers announced that both VIV Asia and Meat Pro Asia have been postponed to 12-14 January 2022.

From this postponement our exhibitors and visitors can expect a fruitful and safe event.

Both international events, VIV Asia and Meat Pro Asia, have been moved to January 2022. Under 1 roof, Meat Pro Asia will be co-located with VIV Asia at the Challenger Halls – IMPACT, Bangkok, Thailand, based on the announcement by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports on a new 4-phase plan that would see the country fully opened to international visitors by January 2022.

“Our new dates and plan are aligned with the announcement from the Thai Government to fully reopen by January 2022,” said Heiko M. Stutzinger, director VIV worldwide and managing director VNU Asia Pacific and VNU Europe.

“From this postponement our exhibitors and visitors can expect a fruitful and safe event,” added Panadda Kongma, director Agribusiness and Operations VNU Asia Pacific.

Digital event in 2021

Prior to the in-person trade shows in January next year, VIV Asia and Meat Pro Asia will organise a digital event in September 2021. Exhibiting companies will be invited to join buyers and visitors online during this year. Networking and knowledge sharing sessions will also be facilitated through the platform. More details on the digital dates will follow.

VIV Asia, a feed to food global trade show in Asia is organised by VNU Asia Pacific and VNU Europe. For more info, visit VIV.

Meat Pro Asia, a processing and packaging trade fair for egg, poultry, meat, seafood & food products, is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd. and VNU Asia Pacific. For more info, visit Meat Pro Asia.

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