Websites for new EuroTier trade shows now live

EuroTier has launched the websites for its three new trade shows taking place for the first time in 2019: AveSui EuroTier South America, EuroTier Middle East and EuroTier China.

Friday 1 February 2019 (7 months 18 days ago)

EuroTier, the world’s leading exhibition brand in animal production, today announced that it has launched the websites for its three new trade shows taking place for the first time in 2019. The DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft – German Agricultural Society) along with its regional partners – Gessulli AgriBusiness, MultiBridge and BeijingTech in South America, the Middle East and China respectively – will be extending the EuroTier brand with the three trade fairs later this year:

With exhibitor registration for all three shows already in full swing, and floor space filling up rapidly, anyone considering exhibiting at these events can now find all the necessary information online, including the exhibitor registration form, important dates, prices and themes of focus at the shows. Visitors, meanwhile, can access content about the fairs, important dates and information about the venues so they can plan their visits in advance.

“Our mission at DLG, for all our exhibitions worldwide, is to provide stakeholders with a comprehensive, professional and world-class service,” said DLG International Show Director Saskia Zuleger. “These new websites are the first digital point of contact for our exhibitors and visitors, and we aim to have the most relevant and up-to-date content available at a click of a button to ensure they have all the resources they need to make the most of their visit.”

The EuroTier team will also be travelling widely to promote these new editions of the trade show. The team can be found at the following upcoming events:

  • International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) (Stand number C11123) - Location: Atlanta, Georgia – U.S.A. Dates: February 12th-14th
  • VIV Asia (Stand number H104.1359) - Location: Bangkok – Thailand. Dates: March 13th-15th

The first EuroTier trade fair – its name literally translates from German as “Euro animal” – was launched by the DLG in 1993 at Hanover’s Exhibition Grounds, and now takes place every two years. Trade fairs have been an important part of the DLG’s activities since it was founded in 1885, and its portfolio also includes the world-leading farm machinery exhibition Agritechnica, as well as 40 other exhibitions and events in numerous countries worldwide.

AveSui EuroTier South America

AveSui EuroTier South America will take place from 23rd to 25th July 2019 at the LAR Convention Centre at Medianera in the Brazilian state of Paraná – a focus point for Brazilian animal husbandry. The exhibition will be held in cooperation with the long-established traditional media company Gessulli and Brazil's most important trade fair for animal husbandry, AveSui.

EuroTier Middle East

The leading trade fair for animal husbandry professionals celebrates its premier in the Gulf region from 2nd to 4th September 2019, when EuroTier Middle East takes place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. The government organisation Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA), which provides the region’s farmers with technical advice and an extensive range of services, is a cooperating partner of EuroTier Middle East. The support of the most important producers from the United Arab Emirates has also been secured.

EuroTier China

The third new trade fair to be launched under the EuroTier brand, EuroTier China, will take place at the Qingdao International Convention & Exhibition Centre from the 19th to 21st September 2019. The government organization National Animal Husbandry Service (NAHS) is a cooperating partner of EuroTier China.

28th January 2019 – EuroTier

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