– Fully packed BITEC with latest products by 1,250 global and regional suppliers
– Excellent for networking
– Top for innovative products
– Content-rich conferences with registration available online
– Whole week of business in Bangkok | Top destination
– Top for convenience | 6th GFFC by IFIF preceding VIV Asia
There are many good reasons to visit VIV Asia, the international animal proteins trade fair that returns to Bangkok, Thailand, in March 2019.
Top for suppliers’ presentations
VIV Asia 2019 takes place 13th-15th March 2019 at the big BITEC exhibition centre in Bangkok. The show is Asia’s outstanding feed-to-food event covering all species and every part of the animal protein value chain. It is also extremely international in scope. Visitors to the most recent edition in 2017 came from 126 countries.
This time there will be 1,250 exhibitors from around 60 countries. Among them you will find big-name global market leaders and regional as well as national Asian players of growing importance, displaying the latest products and services for all animal protein producers and processors.
Every part of the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC) will be filled by stands, with an increase of 30 percent in net display area compared with the previous edition in 2017. The international nature of the exhibiting companies can already be judged from the addresses of just the first 30 names in the 2019 A-Z exhibitors list on VIV Asia website www.vivasia.nl or at www.viv.net. Of these addresses, 10 are in 10 Asian countries, 10 more in Europe and others in North and South America.
Top for business opportunities: 50,000 visits expected in three days and 500 industry leaders
VIV Asia 2019 is where animal protein industry executives from throughout the Asian region will meet the experienced and reliable suppliers they need for their business. The visitors themselves will be representing forward-thinking businesses active in the sectors of meat, eggs, milk and aquaculture.
The leaders of many of Asia’s most prominent food companies as well as directors and managers of animal protein production and processing operations are invited to attend and benefit from so-called VIV Industry Leaders priority treatment, while several high-profile delegations are due to join the March 2019 gathering in Bangkok as a result of an intensive pre-show promotion.
Top for innovative products
Many innovations will be displayed on the show’s stands. Clues to the wealth of new products waiting to be introduced at VIV Asia 2019 can be found from entries on the new VIV Online 24/7 website initiative from VIV worldwide (accessible through www.viv.net).
Just to name a few examples, information posted on VIV Online by Linzhou Animore talks about new feed additive NCG, while Vetpharma reports European registrations of Keytil for treating bovine respiratory disease and Kemin’s entry is about a Vietnam farm trial of Clostat for pigs.
Also, ZhengChang announces installing equipment to produce livestock and poultry feeds in Bangladesh. Dinnissen covers its cloud-based Productivity Platform. Delacon refers to consumer surveys of plant-based feed additives.