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VIV Asia is the largest international platform for Southeast Asia’s booming animal protein production and processing industry. Held every two years in Bangkok, Thailand, VIV Asia has propelled itself to become the most important gateway to Asia’s emerging markets for professionals from throughout Asia involved in producing and processing animal proteins. In 2019, the visitors represented every segment of animal protein production and processing, proving the show successfully extended its reach to cover all farm animal species.
Why VIV Asia:
Southeast Asia is the world’s fastest growing regional population and the middle class is growing right alongside the population in each country. This means the demand for animal proteins will continue to grow proportional to the population.
The combination of western business along with the enthusiasm and interest level shown by evolving Asian economies creates a sensational atmosphere for professionals active in the production and processing of poultry, swine, eggs, dairy and aquaculture.
The 2019 edition of the show saw 1240+ exhibitors, 45,000+ visitors (over 45% of which were outside of Thailand) representing 120+ countries around the world.
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