VIV China 2014: new opportunities for the global feed to meat industry

From September 23-25 VIV China 2014 kicks off in Beijing. In its role as platform for animal production and meat processing, VIV China showcases the industry’s latest developments. At VIV China, ‘feed to meat’ brings together supply and demand within the complete animal protein chain.

VIV China 2014 is an international feed to meat trade show for buyers, producers and end users active in livestock production (poultry, pork, fish and cattle) and the meat processing industry. Attending VIV China 2014 brings you the opportunity to meet with not only China’s global business partners, but with representatives from China’s seven most important production regions, key buyers and influencers as well.

Visitors will be able to connect with international companies from the feed to meat industry including producers of industrial feed processing equipment, industrial feed supplies and raw materials, producers of feed, feed ingredients and additives, animal health and breeding experts, producers of farm and slaughter equipment and many more.

 

Special theme: International China Summit

Following the success of 2012, the International China Summit returns to Beijing on September 20-22 as a special theme in the Kuntai Hotel, preceding VIV China. A three-day programme packed with a wide range of conferences on trends & developments. This summit will start with an international poultry forum on Saturday, followed by the Aquatic China Conference on Sunday, the China pork outlook to 2015 and all-specie walk-in sessions on Monday, before eventually being closed with the Plenary Conference on Monday afternoon. With the International China Summit, VIV China has yet again a promising run up to the main event.

 

Positive energy

VIV China 2014 is set to be a quality event with high level visitors, a lot of international delegations, people from upcoming economies and a Chinese business audience that is focused on innovation. A trade show drenched with nothing less than positive energy and enthusiasm for the animal protein industry in China. With congresses, seminars and receptions before, during and after the event this has become a networking platform that matters and an exhibition that the top of the industry will attend.

 

Register now for your free entry badge

Attending VIV China 2014 is free upon registration. Please click here to register.

VIV China 2014 will be held at the NCIEC in Beijing, China on September 23-25, 2014. For more information about VIV China and other VIV trade shows, please visit www.viv.net.

 

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