ILDEX Indonesia all set to be held in September

ildex opeThe fourth edition of ILDEX Indonesia will be held from 18-20 September 2019 at Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), Jakarta, Indonesia, focusing on a range of livestock health, housing, feed and ingredients, breeding and genetics solutions

Organised by VNU Exhibitions Asia Pacific Co, Ltd, a joint venture between Jaarbeurs from the Netherlands and TCC Exhibition and Convention Centre from Thailand, ILDEX will display high technology used in manufacturing and production farms, with an extensive range of local and international top brands who offer new technology, innovation and equipment for livestock farm.

Around 250 companies from 30 countries will be showcasing their technologies and innovations while launching new products during the show. More than 200 buyers from South-east Asia will participate at ILDEX Indonesia.

Other visitor profiles include cattle, poultry and dairy farmers; people in the aquaculture, agribusiness, agrochemical, distributor, wholesale, and import and export businesses; nutritionists, veterinarians and other professionals and post-graduates who will drive the future of the livestock business. Visitors will be able to expand and build connections with professionals from leading local and international companies such as Big Dutchman, Behn Meyer, Buhler, CJ, DSM, Evonik, Famsun, Gemlang group, Japfa Comfeed Indonesia, Jefo, KSP Equipment, Linco, Marel, Moba, Nabel, Petersime, Pokphand, Romindo and more.

At this edition, there will be three international pavilions for China, South Korea and The Netherlands together with the FoodTech Indonesia pavilion.

Waste management and ILDEX Animal Live Show

Another feature at this edition of ILDEX is waste management. New technology will be presented and knowledge will be shared on how to manage waste in livestock farms and how to create new business strategies for livestock production.

The ‘ILDEX Animal Live Show’ will present a variety of live animals from local farms including cattle, sheep, chicken and duck. The aim is to display the quality of local production and to encourage international buyers.

Contributing to the Indonesian economy

ILDEX seeks to contribute to Indonesia’s economic growth agenda. The country, being one of the largest economies in Southeast Asia, has made tremendous economic progress over the last two decades. Agriculture and livestock contribute around 12 per cent to its GDP. In terms of production cost, Indonesia was at the fourth rank for beef, third for sheep and goat and fourth for broiler production per kilogram live weight compared to other member ASEAN countries.

The livestock market in Indonesia has many channels to create more opportunities to export to international markets, thus driving its economic growth.

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