Monday, June 11, 2018

12/06/2018: Innovation at Taiwan Livestock Industry event

As the world is looking to reduce environmental footprint, the livestock industry is also focusing on developing eco-friendly environment by recycling and transforming animal wastes, such as livestock slurry, carcasses into products including manure, cultivation medium, feed, etc. 

To be a part of the green trend, 2018 Livestock Taiwan Expo invites TECHS Technology, Sunki Biotech and other manufacturers to showcase their animal waste management solutions and recycling systems.
 

Why Visit?
• The one and only B2B Livestock Trade show in Taiwan, offering an excellent opporutunity to explore the market.
• Demonstration of state-of-the-art technologies from 20 countries and regions including Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK, USA, etc.
• Pavilion: Biogas pavilion led by Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI); Animal Health pavilion and pavilion of Livestock & Poultry Waste Treatment & Recycling systems and equipment.
• Matchmaking program - buyers will experience a more efficient procure and partner-seeking process by prearranged appointments with selected exhibitors.
• The Expo will also have seminar sessions focusing on market trends, latest technology and knowledge, as well as talks delivered by Alltech and Bayer.

According to the organisers, the 2017 seminar sessions saw over 6,000 visitors in attendance.

Buyer incentive program 
Complete the program application and return a copy to aat-tw@ubm.com for a chance to receive two nights of accommodation in Taipei during the event period for FREE. Conditions apply. Room number is limited; application will be processed on a first come, first served basis.

For more information visit the Livestock Taiwan Expo website, HERE.

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