Livestock Asia 2018
Livestock Asia Expo & Forum has developed an outstanding reputation since 2001 as Asia's leading event for the feed, livestock and meat industries. Livestock Asia will return to Malaysia and continues to grow bigger and better each time. This show is supported by the Department of Veterinary Services, the Ministry for Agriculture and Agro-Based Industries.
The 9th edition of the show is expected to attract more than 7,000 industry professionals and top decision makers to get updates on the latest innovations that include a programme of informative seminars providing invaluable information covering the latest developments in the feed, livestock and meat industry.
Livestock Asia Expo & Forum 2018
Recognised as the 'Mother' event among a series of popular co-located events, Livestock Asia 2018, to return to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia from April 19-21, continuously provides ongoing support to grow and develop Malaysia's livestock industries.
The 9th edition of the show is expected to attract more than 7,000 industry professionals and top decision makers who wish to get updates on latest innovations. A programme of seminars providing information on the latest developments in the feed, livestock and meat industries, have been lined up. Specifically, the International Conference and Technical Seminar will gather well-known speakers around the world to share their experience and knowledge on poultry, feed and meat production.
More than 300 exhibitors from 30 countries led by international pavilions from the United Kingdom, China, Korea, Taiwan and Turkey, have booked their stands.
The co-located Asia Meatec 2018 and Aquaculture Asia 2018 Expo and Forum would specifically focus on the needs of the livestock, meat and aquaculture industries, citing new trends in production.
The 9th Asian Livestock Industry Awards would be handed out, acknowledging exceptional achievements in the region. Similarly, the 9th Malaysian Livestock Industry Awards aims to honour industry players who have contributed to the development of the Malaysian livestock sector.
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