Over 300 top firms at Saudi agri expo
Riyadh, September 14, 2013
More than 300 exhibitors from over 13 countries will showcase their selection of key agricultural products, services and equipment at the Saudi Agriculture 2013 expo which opens today (September 15) in Riyadh.
The 32nd International Agriculture, Water and Agro-Industry is being held at the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Centre under the patronage of the Saudi Ministry of Agriculture.
The premier trade show will run until September 18, hosting over 300 exhibitors from more than 13 countries, including China, Egypt, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Malaysia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Turkey, UAE and the US.
With high profile visitors and exhibitors, the 15000 sq m exhibition space is a major platform for networking as well as conducting business and sales.
Saudi Agriculture 2013 provides the ideal platform for exhibitors and trade visitors to capitalise on the growth of the Saudi agriculture and food market that has been achieving the largest regional growth levels and holds major potential for new businesses, said the event organisers.
Aimed at facilitating dialogue, knowledge sharing and business networking among corporate and government entities, the four-day event underlines the importance of such events to highlight the leadership position and potential of the Saudi market, as well as the strong governmental efforts which are attracting regional and international investors to this sector.
Zeyad Al Rukban, the assistant general manager of Riyadh Exhibitions Company, said the expo will serve as a major platform for discussing, exploring and directing the future of the Kingdom’s agricultural and food sectors.
"This year’s show has an exceptional selection of agricultural products, services and equipment that guarantee meeting the high expectations of participants. We invite all industry professionals to be part of the event and benefit from its wide offerings as well as potential business opportunities," he stated
Saudi Agriculture 2013 will showcase the latest in animal health & production, agricultural finance & banking, agricultural products & services, chemicals & fertilizers, cold storage & crop production, dairy farming products & equipment, fisheries & fish farming, greenhouses, handling & transport systems, irrigation & landscaping equipment, machinery & spare parts, organic farming, packaging systems & products, pesticides, pumps & pipe systems, seeds & soil nutrition products, spraying machinery, water treatment, water management systems and warehousing.
The show, which is regarded as the Middle East’s largest agriculture exhibition, is accredited by UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry.
Arasco and Fakieh are the diamond sponsors while IYA Investments is the gold sponsor. Saudi Agriculture 2013 is being held concurrently with Saudi Agro-Food 2013 – The 20th International Trade Show for Food Products, Processing and Packaging Technologies and Saudi Food-Pack 2013 – The 2nd International Exhibition for Food Processing and Packaging.-TradeArabia News Service
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