Focus on Vietnam’s livestock industries in VIETSTOCK Expo & Forum

vietstock 2018UBM Asia will be organising VIETSTOCK Expo & Forum, Vietnam's premier international feed, livestock and meat industry show, from 17-19 October 2018

The events included are VIETFEED 2018, VIETMEAT 2018 and Aquaculture Vietnam 2018 Conference which will provide a one-stop venue for solutions and services to the visitors.

According to the data collected by General Statistics Office of Vietnam’s animal husbandry survey, as of 1 October 2017, Vietnam’s production of poultry meat reached one million tonnes, seeing a rise of 7.3 per cent. Similarly, poultry egg also increased of 12.7 per cent in 2017.

Going forward, Vietnam aims to boost its livestock industry to meet growing domestic demand as well as increase exports to the international marketplaces. In addition, the rising domestic consumption of poultry meat and eggs has driven demand for quality farm inputs which results in the improvement of farm productivity.

Therefore, in order to address the development of livestock industries, the event will discuss the challenges and opportunities that the country’s livestock industries are facing today.

The ninth edition of VIETSTOCK 2018 is expected to attract 350 leading exhibitors and more than 12,000 trade visitors and delegates from the global feed, livestock meat and aquaculture industries.

International conferences and technical seminar programmes will offer an extensive education programme and will give more opportunity to connect with the industry leaders and people driving it.

There will also be an award ceremony to recognise those posing an outstanding contribution across the industries. Apart from that, VIETSTOCK 2018 will offer a range of business opportunities to help and grow the business, build brand awareness and help in gaining better market understanding and insight.

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