VIV China



Date:                      September 17-19, 2018


Venue:                    Nanjing International Expo Center


Organiser:              VNU Exhibition


Tel:                         +86 10 6498 8358






VIV China is one of the premium-quality trade show belonging to the VIV worldwide series of events. This show has developed to a truly international platform serving the Chinese market. Following China's requirements for modernization, standardized livestock production, increased animal health and higher quality standards, VIV China is playing nowadays a very important role connecting the local and overseas industries to bring the best in animal husbandry to China.



Key Reasons to Join!


1   Claim your position in a huge market: in 2015, China produced 54.87 million tons pork, 29.99 million tons eggs, 18.26 million tons poultry meat and about 60 million tons aquaculture products.

2   VIV's new location Nanjing: a strategic position close to the Chinese production areas. Jiangsu province ranks in the top 6 provinces for broiler, layer and pig producing farms. Jiangsu province represents 80% of China's feed milling equipment industry. It connects easily with all major destinations in China.

3   Promotion via more than 120 Chinese and International media. Connect with clients from more than 30 countries related to the One Belt - One Road region.

4   Connect with clients from more than 30 countries related to the One Belt - One Road region.

5   Benefit from the strong network of industry leaders attending the Conference and Seminars wide program co-located at VIV China 2018.


6   Benefit from 20,000 professionals expected to visit the show. Targeted visitor marketing campaign reaching out to the industry leaders.

7   Quality venue: both exhibition halls and conference rooms.

8   Professional international and Chinese organizing partners: VNU Exhibitions Europe and VNU Exhibitions Asia join forces in 2018.


VIV China is the "Feed to Food" B2B platform that covers all sectors in the whole animal protein production chain, from animal feed production to further meat processing to food.


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