The country’s premier livestock, feed milling, and meat industries expo is slated to make its big comeback on June 26-28 at the World Trade Center Metro Manila in Pasay City, Metro Manila.
Livestock Philippines 2019 Expo and Forum is the trade event that seeks to upgrade and strengthen the country’s meat livestock industry with enhanced product quality and safety using state-of-the-art innovations in livestock nutrition, health & production, meat, animal feed ingredients, additives, and supplements & premixes. The trade fair will also showcase technologies in meat processing, packaging equipment, and retails solutions in meat production.
“We remain fully committed to serve and work with the Philippines’ feed, livestock, meat and allied sectors to ensure cost-effective and efficient value chains that are needed to provide safe and quality products, and improve international competitiveness,” said Rose Chitanuwat, ASEAN Group Director of UBM Asia (Thailand) Co. Ltd.
BIGGEST LIVESTOCK AND AGRI FOCUSED CONVENTION. The Livestock Philippines Expo 2019, now on its fifth iteration, will host more than 250 international and domestic exhibitors from the agricultural sector (including aquaculture), which will offer the latest technologies of the industry, as well as countless business opportunities to more than 12,000 delegates at the World Trade Center Metro Manila in Pasay City on June 25-28.
A 2017 review of the Philippine Agri-Food Sector Study, commissioned by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs identified opportunities in virtually all segments, including priority value chains: dairy, poultry and livestock and fisheries and aquaculture.
According to the Philippine Statistics Authority, livestock production logged in with 91.9 billion pesos and a 7.4 percent growth while poultry production amounted to 60.7 billion pesos with a 1.7 percent uptick in the fourth quarter of 2018. The gross value of fisheries production reached 73.3 billion pesos, a 9.8 percent growth from 2017’s records for the same period.
Supported by the Department of Agriculture and co-hosted by the Bureau of Animal Industry and the National Meat Inspection Service, Livestock Philippines 2019 will feature industry experts in the field of animal nutrition, swine and poultry production, and a lot more and thought leaders in livestock, feeds, meat, and aquaculture who will present products and solutions in nutrition, health and disease management, and reproduction.
The show is expected to bring in over 280 exhibitors from 30 countries, namely, Denmark, The Netherlands, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Taiwan, China and international pavilions from across the globe. The event is also expected to attract over 12,000 delegates from local and international organizations, including integrators, veterinarians, farmers, feed millers, wholesalers, retailers, slaughterhouse operators, food processors, importers, distributors, and other industry stakeholders.
Feeds Philippines Expo, PhilMeat 2019, and Aquaculture Philippines are also co-locating this year’s Livestock Philippines Expo and Forum as a one-stop shop—from livestock production and nutrition, processing, to packaging.
Livestock Philippines is organized by UBM Asia, a part of Informa PLC, a leading B2B information services group and the largest B2B Events organizer in the world.
For other details including registration, contact Ms. Danah Castillo via phone at +63 2 581 1921 or via email at email@example.com.