EuroTier 2014: Meeting Place for Global Animal Production Industry

GERMANY - Preparations are now underway for the leading international event for animal production professionals – also featuring ‘EnergyDecentral’ and ‘Veterinarian Congress’ in 2014 – from 11 to 14 November 2014 in Hanover, Germany
calendar icon 2 December 2013
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With its record-breaking achievements of over 2,400 exhibitors and 160,000 visitors, around 38,000 of whom came from abroad, EuroTier 2012 significantly raised the bar. The event was characterized by a positive vibe among exhibitors and visitors alike, and it thrust international trends and innovative products and services within the animal production sector into the spotlight.

Registration forms have now been distributed for EuroTier 2014, marking the start of preparations for the next edition. The event, recognized as a meeting place for industry professionals from all over the world, will take place from 11 to 14 November 2014 at the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover, and will also include the ‘EnergyDecentral’ show under the same roof.

Furthermore, the Federal Association of Practising Veterinarians (Bundesverband Praktizierender Tierärzte – bpt) will be holding its annual congress and associated specialist exhibition ‘Veterinarian Medicine’, which together are expected to attract over 2,000 veterinarians, to overlap with EuroTier 2014.

An appealing technical programme offering information, discussion forums and international forums on current issues in professional animal husbandry will complement the technology and expertise on offer from the exhibitors.

More information about EuroTier 2014 is available from DLG Service GmbH, Eschborner Landstr. 122, 60489 Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Please contact Dr Karl Schlösser, tel. +49 (0)69/24788-254/-259, fax: 069/24788-113, e-mail: [email protected]. More details can also be found online by clicking here.

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