Exhibitor demand at VIV China 2009 requires second hall

BEIJING, CHINA - VNU Exhibitions has reported that preparations for VIV China 2009 - taking place from 19-21 October at NCIEC Beijing - are progressing very well and are now in full swing.
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The Chinese economy is picking up and next to that, the Chinese government continues to invest in safe meat production. The Chinese industry expects an increase in investments and finds VIV China 2009 the platform to conduct business at.

Snapshot of VIV China 2008 With 240 exhibitors already confirmed for VIV China 2009, continuing demand for booth space has necessitated a second hall be opened up to accommodate exhibitors. As a result the West 2 will now be in use at the China International Exhibition Center, Beijing.

The ongoing interest from Chinese exhibitors to join is a strong sign that the annual frequency of VIV China is needed to meet the demand of Chinese suppliers.

"With the recent rise in the Chinese economy the expansion of VIV China is a good example of the trust suppliers of the animal protein industry have in this current market ", Ruwan Berculo, Project manager VIV Asia-Pacific, points out.

Exhibitors represent the following sectors within the Feed to Meat chain:
  • Animal breeding
  • Animal Health
  • Animal housing & Farm equipment
  • Egg production & Processing
  • Feed ingredients & Additives
  • Knowledge transfer
  • Consultancy
For more information about VIV China and how to register online follow this link.
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