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150 international buyers to participate in Fieravicola
Algeria as guest country, spotlight on the Mediterranean

The event dedicated to excellence in the poultry industry will be held in Rimini from 3 to 5 May
A B2B platform has been set up for exhibitors interested in meeting foreign professionals



For the first time ever, 150 international buyers will be attending the upcoming edition of Fieravicola, to be held from 3 to 5 May in Rimini. This remarkable result was achieved thanks to a huge effort to expand the event globally and to a collaboration with ICE - Italian Trade Promotion Agency. Buyers will come from North Africa, Sahel, Turkey and Eastern Europe.
‘The fact that so many foreign players will be attending the event shows that it has achieved international status, which has been one of the key goals pursued over the last few years, despite the recent challenges posed by the health emergency and international crises,’ says Renzo Piraccini, President of Fieravicola. ‘We can now safely say that this international outlook rests on solid foundations and that the Mediterranean basin is set to become one of the main areas that will be hosting initiatives dedicated to the poultry industry in the future.’

On this occasion, Algeria will be participating as guest country of honour along with a delegation: such a result, which was backed by the institutional decision to participate made a few days ago, was achieved through the commitment of the ICE office in Algiers and its manager, Gabriele Barone.
Since the upcoming edition of the event is expected to attract many international professionals, exhibitors will get the chance to use the B2B platform service to plan business meetings in advance. It will be operational from the beginning of April so that it can be used to schedule numerous meetings with business contacts.

Organised by Fieravicola srl in collaboration with Assoavi and UnaItalia, this event sets out to be a specialist showcase for the entire production process of the poultry sector, starting with white meat and eggs and will feature all industry segments: from animal feed and genetics to processing and packaging technologies and equipment, as well as transport and logistics, agricultural equipment for animal husbandry, technologies for environmental sustainability, and marketing.
Fieravicola will provide the opportunity to make new business contacts and explore topics in depth during a series of conferences focusing on the industry’s main areas of interest (the final details are being put in place this March).
Fieravicola is scheduled from 3 to 5 May, on the same days as Macfrut, at the Rimini Expo Centre; in fact, the synergy between these two trade fairs has resulted in an event that serves as a major hub for agrifood, enhancing its international appeal.

 

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