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IPPE chosen for 2019 US Department of Commerce International Buyer Program

27 July 2018, at 12:00am

The International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) has again been selected to participate in the 2019 U.S. Department of Commerce International Buyer Program

The programme brings trade delegations together from around the world and helps match international attendees with American suppliers. The program also provides export counseling, market analysis and more.

“We are pleased again to participate in the International Buyer Program. This is our 12th year participating in the program, which continues to provide confirmation of the global scale of our trade show. Since 2006, our attendance from outside the U.S. has grown by more than 240 percent. We look forward to welcoming international buyers to the 2019 IPPE,” said the IPPE show organizers.

The 2019 IPPE has already surpassed 565,000 square feet of exhibit space and has secured more than 1,130 exhibitors with seven months remaining until the Expo opens. Comprised of the three integrated trade shows – the International Feed Expo, International Meat Expo and International Poultry Expo – IPPE will be held Tuesday through Thursday, Feb. 12 - 14, 2019, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

The Expo will highlight the latest technology, equipment and services used in the production and processing of feed, meat and poultry products. Combining the expertise from the American Feed Industry Association, North American Meat Institute and U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, IPPE will also feature more than 140 dynamic education programs focused on current industry issues.

Attendee registration for the 2019 IPPE will open Sept. 17. For more information, click here.

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Ryan worked in conservation from 2008 to 2017, during which time he operated a rainbow trout hatchery and helped to maintain public and protected green spaces in Canada for the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. As editor of The Poultry Site, he now writes about challenges and opportunities in agriculture across the globe.

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