Dairy Tech and Biogas new special events at VIV Asia 2015

cow-FransdeWit-flickrDairy technologies and biogas production systems will make their debut in special exhibition events during VIV Asia 2015, set to take place from 11-13 March in Bangkok, Thailand

They will have dedicated pavilion areas grouping the exhibits that relate to the theme as well as their own conference programme during the show.

Visitor evaluation of the previous VIV Asia showed a significant interest in focusing more on milk production and processing, as Asian countries are experiencing a strong growth in consumption of dairy products. In response, Dairy Tech has been added to the list of special events at VIV Asia 2015. It will consist of a Dairy Tech pavilion on the exhibition floor, where it will be held alongside the Dairy Tech Conference and the top notch GDF 2015 Conference of the Global Dairy Farmers organisation.

Dairy farms continuity
The key topic at the conference is "Managing continuity of dairy farms" with "Safe milk production" as a sub-theme. While the conference offers presentations by international specialists in the milk business, there will be exhibits of key global suppliers inside the Dairy Tech pavilion area. Decision-makers from the Asian dairy market can expect their visit to the pavilion to provide news on a number of innovative products and services for producing and processing milk, with advance information from the exhibitors drawing attention to progress in the nutrition and health of cows.

Fachverband Biogas and GIZ
The new Biogas Special Event at VIV Asia is being staged with the support of Germany's Fachverband Biogas and GIZ, which is the German federal enterprise of international co-operation. Its conference line-up promises a valuable insight into the latest methods and trends. In the Biogas Pavilion, companies from around the world that specialise in systems for producing the gas using substrates from agri-food operations will be on display.

Exhibitor expertise

Biogas Pavilion exhibitors, who have recently reported several major Asian and European projects, display considerable expertise. These include the completion of a gas upgrading facility at a biogas plant that processes up to 10,000 tonnes of pig manure annually in a mixture with farm by-products and energy crops. Also reported by exhibitors are a contract to construct a Scandinavian plant for purifying biogas for use as a vehicle fuel and a strategic partnership developing plans to build up to 10 biogas plants per year in Japan.

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