Vietstock 2012 ready to open its doors

Vietstock2011Vietstock 2012 Expo & Conference, Vietnam's international feed, livestock and meat processing show, will be held at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre from 10-12 October, 2012, to meet the needs of the fast expanding sector

Hosted by the department of livestock production, Vietstock Expo in its sixth year, will welcome over 8,000 farmers, integrators, feed millers and mixers, veterinarians, processors and retailers. Over 250 exhibiting companies are expected to attend the event.

Since its inception in 2004, Vietstock has grown into one of the most successful industry events in Vietnam.

Vietstock 2012 is the only integrated feed, livestock and meat industry show in Vietnam that includes an international exhibition, an industry conference and opportunities for business networking.

Industry leaders like Biomin, Andritz, Muyang Group, Zhengchang Group, International Nutrition, Asia Pacific, Berg Schmidt, Stolz, Interheat, Komipharm, Pristine, Osmosis, Lambton Conveyor, Lohmann, P&N Agro will be a few of the exhibitors at the 2012 show.

National pavilions from Singapore, China, Taiwan, France, Canada, USA, UK, Korea, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines and Vietnam will also be set-up.

Vietstock 2012 will feature the theme ‘Improving Food Hygience and Safety in Livestock Production’.

The expo will focus on commercial-farming systems, animal health and food hygiene and safety, which are key concerns for farmers and consumers.

Vietstock will provide a platform for visitors to meet decision makers from major integrators, including the CP Group, Proconco, Emivest, GreenFeed, Uni President, PT Japfa Comfeed, Betagro, Gold Coin, Vasafeed, San Miguel and Cargill.

The event will provide suppliers with a marketing platform to capitalise on tremendous business opportunities and build new partnerships in Vietnam

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