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February 27, 2017

 

FAMSUN reflects on participation at EuroTier

 

FAMSUN, which has been focusing on the upsizing and smart automation of the feed industry, recalls it participation at EuroTier 2016 to connect with international customers.

 

EuroTier 2016, which attracted 163,000 visitors, including 36,000 foreign attendees, took place from November 15-18 in Hanover, Germany. There were a total of 2,629 exhibitors from 58 countries around the globe. As the pace of internationalisation at EuroTier becomes faster, for the first time, the proportion of the overseas exhibitors had outgrown that of the domestic exhibitors at 57%. Among these foreign exhibitors, there were 180 Chinese companies participating, making China the third-largest exhibitor globally after Germany and the Netherlands.

 

As one of the largest agri-business trade show globally where professional animal husbandry experts meet, EuroTier covers areas including feed production and storage, breeding stock, breeding programs/technologies, animal housing, machinery and equipment for animal husbandry and feeding, etc.

 

In 2016, the "World Poultry Show" was held at EuroTier to meet the demand of the professionals who wanted to acquaint themselves with the latest products, solutions and technologies in the poultry industry. In addition, EuroTier 2016 enjoyed strong governmental support. At the invitation of the German Agricultural Society or the DLG, quite a few members of parliament from both the federal and state government joined the event to discuss issues concerning animal welfare, international trade and so forth.

 

For FAMSUN, key players in the feed industry such as ADM, CP Group, ALLER-AQUA, New Hope and Zhengbang, showed great interest in the comapany's K25 gear pellet mill, smart operating system and integrated solutions for feed production.

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