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Thursday, July 24, 2014

24/07/2014: Another successful edition of Future Fish Eurasia in Turkey

Event Review: Future Fish Eurasia, the 7th International Fair for Fish Imports/Exports, Processing, Aquaculture and Fisheries was organised by Eurasia Trade Fairs at the Izmir International Fair Centre between June 5-7, 2014.

Products and services of 252 companies were on display this year. Exhibitor breakdown is as follows; 34 direct international exhibitors from 14 countries (Greece, India, Norway, France, USA, China, Iceland, Belgium, Spain, The Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, South Korea and the UK), 97 represented international exhibitors from 29 countries (Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, Canada, Russia, Korea, Portugal, Australia, Israel, Sweden, Poland, Slovenia, Japan, Czech Republic, Austria, Greece, India, Norway, France, the USA, China, Iceland, Belgium, Spain, The Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, South Korea and the UK) and 121 Turkish exhibitors. Future Fish Eurasia 2014 covered all aspects of aquaculture from A to Z, project management and processing machinery and the main fish products on offer were fresh or processed seabass, seabream and trout.

Future Fish Eurasia 2014 drew a total of 6,169 trade visitors, of which 5,111 were local and 1,058 foreign visitors from 25 countries (Saudi Arabia, Iran, Italy, Israel, Thailand, Egypt, Belgium, Denmark, Bulgaria, Algeria, Ghana, Lebanon, Ukraine, Georgia, Tunisia, Greece, France, Germany, the UK, Iran, Switzerland, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Armenia, Azerbayjan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan).

Future Fish Eurasia was organised with the full support of the Ministry Of Food, Agriculture & Livestock, Aegean Exorters Association, İstanbul Exporters Association, İzmir Fish Producers Assoc., Turkish Seafood Promotion Committee and Eurofish Organisation and the media partner:
International Aquafeed.
FutureFish Eurasia 2014

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