ILDEX Viet Nam 2010: Solutions For Sustainable Growth

VIET NAM - ILDEX Viet Nam 2010 says it is ready to offer technology and business solutions for Viet Nam’s livestock, dairy, meat-processing, and aquaculture industries.
calendar icon 5 March 2010
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It will take place on March 25-27, 2010 at the New Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam.

Ladda Mongkolchaivivat, General Manager of NEO (the organisers) said, “ILDEX Viet Nam 2010 will be the largest livestock exhibition in Vietnam. It will be a technology showcase of 125 companies from 22 countries. A number of international governmental and industrial bodies such as Korean Animal Health Products Association, Canadian Swine Association, British Pig Association, Vietnam Department of Animal Health, Viet Nam Department of Livestock Production and CCPIT Shanghai have confirmed their participation at this industrial event.”

Chris Jackson from the British Pig Association will be leading the UK team at the event and will be pleased to answer enquiries for British genetics and services. He can be contacted by email.

With a heavy promotion campaign and full government support, especially from the Ministry of Agricultural and Rural Development of Viet Nam, NEO believes that ILDEX Viet Nam 2010 will attract a lot of traders and buyers from over 46 cities and provinces surrounding Ho Chi Minh City. A free shuttle service will be provided for trade visitors from those areas.

ILDEX Viet Nam 2010 comes in perfect timing as Viet Nam’s livestock, dairy, meat-processing and aquaculture industries are searching for new technology and business solutions to move the industry to the next level.

Professor Hoang Kim Giao, Director of the Livestock Production Department in the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will be giving a keynote address on “Husbandry in Viet Nam – Current Status and Development Goals.” He said that “it is time for Vietnam to change the structure of its agriculture and rural development. Priority should be given to development of the livestock industry including industrialisation of livestock farming and food production management to produce high-quality livestock products that meet international food safety standards and enough to serve rising domestic and export demands. Equally important is to protect the natural environment for sustainable development.”

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