Livestock professionals lined-up at ILDEX Indonesia 2019

ILDEX 23fILDEX Indonesia 2019, the fourth edition of the International Livestock, Dairy Meat Processing and Aquaculture Exposition, has ended with strong attendance and plentiful business opportunities

In more than 10,000 sq m of the Indonesia Convention and Exhibition Centre (ICE), ILDEX showcased 250 leading brands from 25 countries, where 73 per cent of exhibitors are international companies. Moreover, there were three international pavilions for China, South Korea and the Netherlands together with the FoodTech Indonesia pavilion.

The main business sectors at ILDEX include Animal Health, Animal Housing & Farm Equipment, Animal Feed & Ingredients, Breeding & Genetics, Incubation & Hatchery, Slaughter to Processing, LAB & IT, and the special sector at this edition was ‘Waste Management.’ To complete the experiences of participants, ILDEX introduced a live animal show at the exhibition for the first time ever.

At the conference, ILDEX offers 48 sessions including 12 academic sessions and 36 technical sessions by associations and top brands. All of the conferences were free of charge and visitors can reserve seats in advance at the online registration website. Around 91 speakers including 23 international and 68 local professionals were presented at the conferences.

The highlight of this edition was the special topic of “Waste Management,” for which the organiser invited speakers that fully understand waste matters in the livestock industry. The speakers were from IPB University, Big Dutchman and Kohshin Engineering and Indonesia livestock experts who offered knowledge and solutions with animal waste management systems. For animal health, visitors attended the One Health - AMR Seminar by ILDEX, Ministry of Agriculture – Indonesia, FAVA, FAO, a seminar on animal health – a rabies seminar by Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA); and Seminar Nasional: “Aplikasi Meta-Analisis Dalam Industri Feed Additive dan Obat Hewan Menuju Era 4.0” by the Indonesian Association of Nutritionists and Feed Scientists (AINI).

Heiko M.Stutzinger, managing director of VNU Exhibitions Asia Pacific Co, Ltd, said, “ILDEX exhibition is the leading livestock business platform for international livestock companies to initiate business deals with local companies which will, in turn, stimulate investment in the Indonesian market. At this edition, there will be three international pavilions for China, South Korea and the Netherlands together with the FoodTech Indonesia pavilion. It is my great privilege to serve on behalf of the organizers of ILDEX Indonesia 2019 with our partners, Permata Kreasi Media, Federasi Masyarakat Perunggasan Indonesia (FMPI). I can assure you that we have returned to provide the best marketplace for the industry which is in keeping with our objective - Livestock Industry Growth, Customized Service.”

Widiyanto D Surya, President Director PT. Permata Kreasi Media noted that At ILDEX Indonesia, the latest technology and inventions from upstream to downstream in the livestock industry were displayed and valuable information and knowledge will be shared. The exhibition provided updates on the latest trends and technology and visitors built networks and share ideas and experience to improve the Indonesian livestock industry’s capacity to meet the demand for premium and affordable animal protein.

Don P Utojo, president of FMPI said, “ILDEX Indonesia 2019 exhibition, seminars and meetings are attended by hundreds of companies, associations, organisations and others at the national and international pavilions. We hope that this indoor and outdoor exhibition will be the place where you can find new information, technology and knowledge to improve the efficiency and productivity of Indonesian livestock to strengthen the competitiveness of Indonesian livestock products in Asia and other regions.”

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