The launch of Victam and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia 2020 as a joint event combines under one roof the expertise of two show organizers, Victam and VIV, a unique event in Asia.
Providing total solutions ranging from feed production, feed technology and processing, to feed ingredients, feed additives, animal health and pharmaceuticals in animal protein production, Victam and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia 2020 will open its doors on 24th of March 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand, with around 400 exhibitors in a 22,800 square meter space at BITEC. The show will cover three days.
Exhibiting in one of the three show halls of Victam and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia gives exhibitors access to the world’s fastest growing market – Asia, and to a targeted audience of around 9,000 professional visitors. “Via a joint promotion campaign and the industries’ mobilization operated in synergy by Victam and VIV, exhibitors will benefit from a highly qualified network, which is also the most complete network in Asia for feed and animal health. A one-of-a-kind opportunity,” said Ms. Panadda Kongma, Head of Agribusiness and Operations at VNU Exhibitions Asia Pacific.
Victam and VIV have invited expert speakers to the press conference in Myanmar. Here the attendees discussed the importance of animal health and animal disease prevention in Asia.
Dr. Mya Han, Chairman of Myanmar Livestock Federation talked about the current situation of the livestock market and future trends. “I do believe that Victam and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia 2020 will provide the right business platform for Myanmar stakeholders to share knowledge. It will also encourage the Myanmar livestock sector’s productivity, profitability and sustainability,” he said.
Prof. Dr. Ye Thut Aung, from the University of Veterinary Science Yezin, Myanmar discussed the importance of monitoring animal health and preventing animal disease outbreaks. “Livestock plays very important economic and social-cultural roles in the wellbeing of rural households. Diseases are among the most significant limiting factors for livestock production. They diminish the capacity of the animal to achieve its inherent potential level of production, for any given feeding and management regimen. The impacts of animal disease can vary from reduced productivity and restricted market access to the elimination of entire flocks or herds, with the resultant loss of biodiversity and valuable genetic resources.”
Dr. Ye Thut Aung identified four elements to be considered for a successful and healthy future for the animal husbandry industry: disease detection, prevention, improvement and the sustainable development of the livestock sector. “By protecting animals, we preserve our future”, he said. “Victam and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia 2020 will be the exhibition platform for Myanmar and other Asian markets to find the latest solutions on Animal Health.”
Sebas van den Ende, General Manager of the Victam Corporation, adds that Victam and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia offer the platform for exhibiting companies to launch their new products or services in the fields of technology, ingredients and additives to manufacture feed for animals as well as the latest in pharmaceutics, genetics and high-tech animal health solutions. “This event is all about networking and learning the latest within these industries.”
Victam and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia 2020, by Victam and VIV is a 3-day trade show and conference program. Online pre-registration is now available at the official show websites of Victam and VIV.