BANGKOK, THAILAND|MARCH 13-15
PROCESSING OF POULTRY AND EGGS, RED MEAT, FISH, AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
Completing the total food chain
With almost 1,250 international exhibitors, VIV Asia offers a unique selection of companies, including global market leaders, regional as well as national Asian players of growing importance. Professionals active in the production of pig meat, fish, dairy, poultry meat and eggs from Feed to Food, including the downstream part of the supply chain featured at VIV Asia 2019 Food Engineering dedicated section, all have numerous reasons to meet once more in Bangkok and be part of the premium show in the heart of Asia.
FEED TO FOOD CONCEPT
Feed to Food brings together supply and demand within the complete animal protein chain. The driver behind the chain concept is that animal feed and animal health are vital for meat quality and safety. VIV Asia will represent every step in the meat-, seafood and dairy production process.
At VIV Asia, suppliers from all segments of the Feed to food chain are represented. From suppliers of feed (ingredients) and animal health, to equipment for breeding, farming, slaughtering & processing.
Situated in the heart of mainland Southeast Asia, Thailand serves as a gateway to the emerging economies of the Greater Mekong Subregion. With its well-developed infrastructure, political and social stability, and consistent openness to foreign investment, it has been a magnet for overseas companies looking for a strategic location to set up or expand business.
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