Feedtech-Croptech Pavilion at VIV Asia Fully Booked

THAILAND - Feedtech-Croptech Asia 2011, the brand new, special theme at VIV Asia 2011 is attracting high levels of attention from the international exhibiting business community.
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VIV Asia focuses on the latest developments in the feed to meat market. The exhibitors at the Feedtech-Croptech Asia Pavilion are specialists in milling, processing, storage and handling of raw materials for the feed, food and fuel sectors. The interest in exhibiting exceeds all expectations. Space in the Pavilion is fully booked. Feedtech-Croptech Asia will be organised at BITEC, Bangkok from 9 to 11 March 2011.

This specialist event focuses on the primary processing phases of crops and will introduce visitors to leading parties face to face. Despite the limited range on offer, the last edition of VIV Asia in 2009 already attracted a considerable share of more than 4,000 visitors from 79 countries representing feed mills, management and operators active in processing raw materials for the feed industry. This group of visitors, predominantly representatives of the major integrations, is expected to even increase in size at the coming event.

Global suppliers

The total of 24 companies that will be presenting the latest technology and knowhow at the Feedtech-Croptech Asia Pavilion includes global players such as Myang Group and Zhengchang Group (China), Buhler Group (Switzerland), Idah Machinery (Taiwan), Amandus Kahl (Germany), Wenger and Chiefs Industries (USA), Skiold (Denmark), Stolz Asia (France), SCE (Belgium), Triumph Engineering (Thailand), Pelleting Technology Nederland and Ottenvanger Milling Engineers (the Netherlands). All suppliers at VIV Asia active in equipment for milling, processing, storage, treatment and handling will be positioned in close proximity to the Feedtech-Croptech Asia Pavilion.

Future market needs

The rapidly growing population, rising prosperity and a focus on food safety throughout Asia requires significant investments in milling equipment for the feed and food sectors. The modernisation, expansion and new building of feed mills are being increasingly driven by the scarcity of raw materials. In response to future market requirements the focus is on the ever advancing technological developments. These developments enable a flexible form of output to be achieved, including processing residual products into useful raw materials such as biofuel.

Conference programme

For this reason, Feedtech-Croptech Asia 2011 offers a high quality, two day conference programme. On 9 and 10 March, expert speakers will be targeting future trends in animal feeds, in cooperation with Watt Publications and on 9 March, a conference will be held dedicated to the latest developments and perspectives in Asia regarding bioenergy in the palm oil, rice, sugar cane, tapioca and ethanol sectors. In addition to the conference programme, there is a three-day seminar programme hosted by exhibitors.

The organisers of Feedtech-Croptech Asia 2011 and VIV Asia are N.C.C. Exhibition Organizer (NEO), Thailand, and VNU Exhibitions Europe, the Netherlands.

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