Successful cooperation with FRESHEXPO’s committed partner at MVC: Cereals-Mixed Feed-Veterinary-2018

On January 30, 2018 the agriculture specialists from 25 countries will get together at MVC: Cereals-Mixed Feed-Veterinary-2018 to consider the industry trends and introduce to professionals a variety of innovations applicable to livestock breeding, crop raising, and aquaculture, with 438 exhibition stands from Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia, USA, Turkey, Ukraine, Finland, France, Czech Republic, Switzerland and 46 regions of Russia.

Generally, the trade fair occupies over 22,000 square meters.

For the third year in a row, the FRESHEXPO specialists have been designing and building up exhibition stands (72 sq. m. this year) for SARIA plant, the animal and food by-products processing company from Russia. Successful cooperation was reached due to coherent efforts jointly agreed between managers of both companies so as to find the best solutions of how to attract and accommodate potential visitors within the area available. This year the stand has been supplemented with two well-visible suspended frameworks showing major trademarks and information on key work areas. An ergonomically designed area allows to hold up closed-door meetings in the conference room as well as to communicate freely in the “green” room while sitting on comfortable sofas arranged round the main structure. The surfaces available on all four sides are decorated in the trademark colorful manner. Visitors may look through a variety of the products in the displays arranged at hand.

The trade fair is expected to have highly topical business programme. On January 31, the RF Ministry of Agriculture will hold the All-Russian Agricultural Meeting in the great conference hall. The event is dedicated to discuss the outcomes of crop raising industry achieved last year and preparations to seasonal farming fieldwork in 2018, as well as the issues related to public support and financing. The business programme includes the conferences on future development of Russian and international aquaculture, dual-purpose cattle breeding, pig farming, poultry husbandry, as well as the issues of standardization and technical regulations in the agricultural sector.

The All-Russian meeting of agricultural and engineering agencies will be held on the final day of the trade fair, February 1. The agenda includes the issues of Russian agricultural machinery industry development, fleet renewal, and improving the products’ reliability.