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VICTAM Asia in co-location with Health & Nutrition Asia is ready to kick-off from 7-9 September 2022, at the IMPACT halls 9 and 10, in Bangkok, Thailand
Innovations in Animal Health and Nutrition Everything is set for a 3-day B2B event comprising of networking activities, business opportunities and a rich content programme. More than 400 exhibitors will be showcasing their latest solution in animal health, feed ingredients and additives, genetics, and feed technology. This unique event aims to introduce attendees to innovations developed in the past few years. New feed probiotics, infrared spectrometers, new diet elements to improve energy absorption from fats and oils, innovative pig genetic programs, heavy cleaning solutions for drinking systems, milk replacers and sesame meals, and many other new products to help optimise animal health and feed conversion, will be showcased onsite.
VIV has the largest worldwide network in animal health and nutrition and is best-connected in Asia. VICTAM is the world’s largest feed and grain event. The co-location of their respective shows offers a unique platform to dive into the most relevant player in the field of feed, nutrition, pharma, genetics, health and veterinary technology, health monitoring and management. The event will include tailor-made content programmes for vets, nutritionists, farmers, and more. Also, a professional line-up of speakers presented by the show organisers and their industry partners, will be disclosing important information regarding trending topics in the sector.
The Asian Food and Feed Industry Association (AFFIA) will be organising a four hour programme, while the Asian Federation of Biotechnology (AFOB) will be talking about the ‘Feed additives alternative to antimicrobial growth promoters’. The Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA) will be presenting the ‘FAVA Strategy to tackle AMR 2021-2025’ and the Thai Feed Mill Association (TFMA) will highlight the importance of the ‘Target 2040: Net Zero Emission’. Perendale Publishers will be back with their recurring and successful programmes, such as the ‘Aquatic Asia’ conference and ‘Build my Feed Mill’. Among its speakers, the show will welcome Penjit Srinophakun, president of the Thai Society for Biotechnology and vice president of AFOB, Quaza Nizamuddin Bin Hassan Nizam, FAVA president, Andriy Revva, regional business manager of Alfa Laval Copenhagen, and many more. Winners of the Asian Animal Health Award 2022 will also be announced by FAVA and VIV at the networking reception.
Visitors travelling to Thailand either need to exhibit their vaccination certificate or, if unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated, need to have a proof of a negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival.