VIV Qingdao returns in September 2020

viv qingdao 2020VIV Qingdao, one of the leading international trade shows for pig, poultry, dairy and aquaculture industries, will be held from 17-19 September 2020 in Qingdao, focussing on ruminant, aquaculture, swine breeding, slaughtering and processing

In 2020, additional efforts were made to actively engage more than 50 supporting associations such as Rabobank, WPSA, IPC, IEC, GMP+, GDF, NAFTC, DMFC, DPC, NBSO,UKTAG, BPA, DPA, CPICP and more than 150 supporting media from China and from all over the world.

Shandong province is the center point of China animal husbandry. The Shandong development of pig, poultry, ruminant, aquaculture and other breeding industries ranks first in China.

Co-location with Horti China 

VIV Qingdao is co-located under one roof with other two shows: Horti China and Asia Agro Food Expo. Around 1,000 suppliers in agricultural and food production technology and equipment covering “Seeds to plants to Feed to Meat to Food” will showcase at the same time their solutions at the Qingdao Cosmopolitan Exposition.

Intensified buyer and delegation programmes

The VIV Industry Leaders programme, lead marketing programme, hosted buyers programme and delegates programme will bring high-level targeted visitors to the show and stimulate trade and business cooperation with exhibitors. A special focus will be added on pig farmers, poultry farmers, and feed producer.

Free match-making tool

VIV Qingdao 2020 provides an online match-making system to all exhibitors and pre-registered visitors, to help the match-making between supply and demand, select profiles, plan face-to-face meetings, and connect with domestic and international partners via VIV Qingdao and VIV worldwide databases. The new system is planned to be launched in Early June.

Forums and professional seminars

VIV Qingdao continues and strengthens the organization of strategic conferences such as: International farm and food integration forum 2020 (the 3rd edition); Global livestock epidemic response mechanism and international cooperation forum; The 2nd Global Pig Genetic Improvement Summit- GPGS 2020; Aquatic China 2020; China-International Antibiotic-Free T20 Summit 2020 and many more.

Managing COVID-19 Challenges

Although the COVID-19 crisis is still widely impacting the social and economic life in many countries, the pandemic is currently considered under control within China which has already kicked off its recovery phase. Nearly 95 per cent of the companies are back to normal working conditions and some events are already being held within China.

To ensure the health and safety of exhibitors and visitors, the organisers will take a series of measures onsite at VIV Qingdao 2020. Individual protection devices and sanitary supplies such as facial mask and hand sanitiser will be provided at all information counters. Body temperature check will also be arranged at the show entry area for all attendees. In case of symptoms, professional medical help will be available onsite.

Visitor pre-registration opens in May 2020.  For more information, visit

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