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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

27/07/2016: EuroTier 2016 expects 2500 exhibitors from more than 50 countries

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Hanover (Image: blue_quartz)
Some 2400 exhibitors have already signed up to participate at EuroTier 2016, which takes place later this year in Hanover, Germany. 
        
More than 1300 of these companies are coming from some 54 countries to exhibit at the event, which takes place from 15th to 18th November.
      
EuroTier organiser DLG is expecting the final exhibitor number to reach 2500 by the time the exhibition gets underway in four months. The top international exhibitors that will be showcasing their innovations for the livestock sector at the event are the Netherlands with 230 companies, followed by China (170), France (150), Italy (130) and Turkey (60).
  
"The number of registrations already underlines EuroTier’s position as the world's leading exhibition for agricultural animal production," said EuroTier Project Manager Dr Karl Schlösser.
       
“The exceptionally high exhibitor interest from abroad already represents an increase of about one-third compared to 2014, which is a clear sign of the growing importance of the EuroTier as a hub for the international markets.”
    
Aquaculture at EuroTier 2016
Aquaculture is an international growth market and an integral part of EuroTier 2016. Leading companies – including suppliers of modern fish farm technology related to husbandry, feeding and feed, networks and innovative water treatment systems, have already registered, and will present their latest developments in Hanover.
   
For the first time, an AQUAculture InfoCentre can be found at the fair. With the title "Growth in the water instead of on the surface", it offers advice and a special area for living exhibits: fish, seaweed, shrimp, shellfish. Practical lectures, discussions and an extensive consultation area will complement the wide range of exhibitors.
       

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Every aspect of livestock production is covered
With its comprehensive offering of products and services for animal production across all species, EuroTier is a key meeting place for livestock farmers wanting to learn what current solutions are available, as well as what will be coming in the future.
   
The range of products and services on display at EuroTier this year will be larger than previous editions of the fair, especially in the cross-species sectors such as feedstuffs, equipment for milling, mixing and pelleting of feed, and animal health, but there will also be air conditioning equipment being shown this November.
      
Bioenergy developments will be showcased
EuroTier 2016 will also feature EnergyDecentral, which will showcase a broad range of technological developments in the areas of bioenergy, renewable energy and the technology and concepts surrounding decentralised energy. Located in dedicated exhibition halls at the Hanover Exhibition Grounds, this specialist section has excellent synergy with the agricultural livestock technologies featured at the fair.
      
EnergyDecentral project manager Marcus Vagt says that more than 300 companies have already booked stands to appear at this international trade fair for innovative energy supply. Biogas, cogeneration, energy from straw and wood, and wind power are among the largest product groups to be featured, while the decentralised energy section will include intelligent networking, energy storage and contracting.
   
EnergyDecentral also gets a special feature for 2016 where the topic is "CHP – Maintenance and Service". This will shows clearly what is required for maintaining and optimising highly complex Combined Heat and Power systems.
In addition, the German Biogas Association will hold its new BIOGAS Convention on the EuroTier site for the first time during this November’s exhibition.
   
Worldwide Innovation Showcase
EuroTier is recognised as a global innovation showcase for technical machinery and equipment for professional animal husbandry. Numerous exhibitors will time their innovation launches to coincide with EuroTier in Hanover, where they will be able to display their new products to the international markets. DLG’s neutral and international commission of experts will once again be judging entries for the EuroTier innovations awards. Selected according to strict criteria, the best products will be awarded DLG’s highly prized gold and silver medals.
     
bpt Congress again coincides with EuroTier
The German Federation of Veterinary Practitioners (bpt) is holding its annual congress and associated exhibition "Veterinary Medicine" to coincide with EuroTier 2016. Jointly organised by the DLG and bpt, the "International Animal Health Event" will also take place. This will serve veterinarians primarily in Germany but international veterinarians may take advantage too.
     
Future forum on professional animal husbandry
EuroTier provides the world’s leading forum looking at the future of professional animal husbandry. Here, technology trends related to modern animal husbandry and animal breeding are traditionally identified and fully explored.
   
Together with partners from industry, academia, consultancy, associations and organisations, the DLG will once again present an extensive technical program to complement the offerings of the exhibitors. This will include international conferences and events on current trends and important developments in the industry.
   
Campus & Career
With the Campus & Career section at EuroTier 2016, DLG offers a platform for professionals looking for a career in science and research. Taking place in Hall 26, this section provides the opportunity to get in touch with companies looking for staff to inform themselves, as well as finding out about possible teaching, study or training opportunities, or even the latest developments in research.
     
Multilingual information on the Internet
The DLG has made a wide range of information about EuroTier 2016 available on the internet in German, English and several other languages. The EuroTier website is constantly updated and includes information about exhibitors, the innovations at the fair and about the technical program. International visitors can also find the DLG-Travel Service, which has contacts in nearly 50 countries.
   
Learn more HERE.



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