Moba taking responsibility

All 2020 shows canceled.
calendar icon 21 April 2020
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Moba has announced that it will be canceling all exhibitions for 2020. In these uncertain times, where there is no assurance when the COVID-19 virus stops spreading, Moba is taking a stance in favor of safety and health.

Moba is taking the drastic but necessary decision to withdraw from all remaining exhibitions of 2020. “Although we have many innovations to share this year, it is our responsibility as an industry leader to focus on the safety and health of our customers, agents, employees and other players in the egg business. This is the very reason we have decided to cancel our participation in all upcoming shows in 2020,” says Paul de Schouwer, Sales Director of the Moba Group. “The industry will need time to recover from this chaotic period and we want to contribute to that by not participating at exhibitions. In these precarious times, we don’t want our customers to worry about shows and we don’t want them to make uncertain travel and other arrangements, because we don’t know when the COVID-19 virus will stop spreading,” Paul de Schouwer continues. “Their safety and health comes first.”

Moba has many innovations to share with the industry. As product launches can no longer be showcased at exhibitions, Moba has made preparations to share the company's innovations in new and creative ways. To stay informed about new products and innovations, go to the Moba website and subscribe to the online NewsGrader or the company's other social media platforms.

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