VICTAM Asia 2018 will take place March 27–29, 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand. The exhibition and conferences will be held once again at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC) in Bangkok. VICTAM Asia is an event dedicated to the animal feed processing, grain processing, ingredients & additives, aqua feed and pet food industries in Asia. The last VICTAM Asia event in 2016 was sold out.
The VICTAM exhibitions will display the latest technology, ingredients and additives available to manufacture and process feed for animals, pets and aquatics, along with a wide range of ancillary equipment – silos, conveyors, bagging, elevators, etc. The exhibitions also showcase new equipment for grain, rice and flour milling. Exhibitors will be given the opportunity to present technical seminars.
What’s new at VICTAM Asia 2018
New features at VICTAM Asia 2018 include a business matchmaking program and the VICTAM newsroom. The matchmaking program will help exhibitors and visitors learn to plan their business appointments more efficiently, guided by professional matchmaking consultants.
The VICTAM newsroom will report semi-live from the show floor to allow those that can’t attend to still be part of the action. Speakers, visitors and exhibitors will be interviewed, and the news crew will make running reports about the event through VICTAM’s social media channels.
The next event organized by Victam International BV after VICTAM Asia 2018 is VICTAM International 2019 from June 12–14 in Cologne, Germany.
Co-located with VICTAM Asia are a series of major industry conferences: Petfood Forum Asia 2018, Aquafeed Horizons Asia 2018, FIAAP Animal Nutrition Conference Asia 2018, GRAPAS and Global Milling Conference Asia 2018, Proagrica Feed Efficiency Conference 2018, a GMP+ seminar and the World Feed Perspectives Seminar.
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