The annual Seafood Expo Global is the largest trade show within the seafood industry, attracting visitors from more than 150 countries. The event hosts decision-makers and purchasers who dominate the seafood industry in Europe as well as around the world making it a most cost-effective way to make contact with existing customers, launch new products, meet new buyers, evaluate trends and discover what’s new in the seafood industry.
Food Export USA – Northeast will continue to organize a pavilion for suppliers of Northeast U.S. seafood products at the Seafood Expo Global in 2024.
Please review the Pavilion Announcement below for full details:
2024 Seafood Expo Global – Pavilion Announcement
The registration fee includes booth furnishings, electricity, and lighting. Furnishings include an information counter, stool, meeting table, and four chairs. Additional furnishings (including freezer cases) can be ordered directly from our stand builder. Our stand builder will send registered exhibitors a furnishings and equipment catalog about six weeks before the show. Our stand builder can also print and install wall graphics.
Interested in having a booth at this show? You can get one directly through us!
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You may be eligible for up to 50% reimbursement on:
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