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Monday, October 31, 2016

31/10/2016: Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show (TIFSS) looks set to be the biggest yet

Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show (TIFSS), 2016 will take place at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center (KEC) between Wednesday 9th and Friday 11th November.

Sponsored by Bureau of Foreign Trade, MOEA and directed by Fisheries Agency, Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Taiwan, ROC Kaohsiung City Government; this annual event is  organised by Taiwan External Trade Development Council and My Exhibition Co, Ltd.

The show opens at 10AM and closes at 6PM with the exception of the final day when the show will close an hour earlier at 5PM). 

This annual event is not only open for trade & by Invitation, but is also open to local public by admission too.If the predictions for this year ring true then the number exhibitors will increase from 218 to 250, the number of booths will increase from 415 to 500; with visor numbers expecting to swell from  6,527 to 7,000.

To enable these impressive increases, the organisers have implemented an innovative new strategy which they believe will ensure that these targets are achieved. One element of this is that implementation of clearly designated 'Exhibit Areas,' which will include:

  • Fishing Equipment & Technology
  • Aquaculture
  • Seafood & Value-added Seafood
  • Processing Equipment
  • Fishery Services
  • Local Government & Academia
  • Oversea Exhibitors
  • Marine Biotechnology  

According to the organisers the show will also boast a wealth of unique highlights including: 
1. Taiwan's Exclusive Fisheries and Seafood Show
2. Predicated Exhibit Area Covers the Fishery Industry from Top-to-Bottom
3. Vast Show Appeal with International Multi-Channel Marketing Campaigns
4. This Hub Connects Asia-Pacific and ASEAN Market
5. Scout Asian Agents & Swap Ideas with Leading Fishery Technology Manufacturers/ Farmer, Breeders

For more information, or to contact the organisers directly, please select the link below.

Read more HERE

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