New trade fair is complemented by live animal auctions, animal beauty contests, a comprehensive technical conference and forum programme
Taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), EuroTier Middle East will be a new EuroTier-branded event taking place in 2019 outside Germany. EuroTier, the parent event in Hanover attracts 2,600 exhibitors and 155,000+ visitors, making it the world’s leading trade fair for animal production. The new event in the UAE benefits from the EuroTier brand, which offers a comprehensive overview of global topics and trends in modern animal husbandry, and corresponding cross-species inputs such as feed and dairy.
With less than 2 months to go, there is an amazing level of activity surrounding the event. Exhibitors based in the UAE as well as from more than 15 countries have confirmed their presence. Overall 100+ exhibitors including are attending this inaugural edition of EuroTier Middle East.
EuroTier Middle East is coming to the region with the aim of developing the animal farming and animal husbandry sectors. With the agenda of achieving agricultural innovation in desert environment, the newly restructured Abu Dhabi Agriculture & Food Safety Authority is exclusively supporting EuroTier Middle East.
For the first time in the Middle East, visitors will experience a live animal beauty contest which will be held as a part of the trade fair. Contest categories will include weight, meat quality, and milk production across a variety of breeds of sheep and goats.
Alongside the beauty contest, visitors can participate in a live animal auction of local and foreign breed animals, a major attraction for breeders and companies active in the area of genetics. All participating animals will be on display.
A full programme of technical conferences and forums relevant to those involved in agriculture in the region are also part of the event and will run over 3 days. The new trade fair’s organisers, the DLG (German Agricultural Society) and its local partner in the UAE, the Abu Dhabi Food Agriculture and Food Security Authority (ADAFSA), have put together a line-up of seminars and events that have been tailored to provide the latest information on a range of regional topics. All conference and forum sessions throughout the three days of the exhibition will feature simultaneous translation in Arabic and English
“The environment for animal farming in the MENA area makes EuroTier Middle East the perfect platform to pull the livestock sector together and point the way for its development in the future,” said Saskia Zuleger of the DLG and project manager for EuroTier Middle East. “Animal husbandry professionals will be provided with a comprehensive insight into the various production and marketing segments for both specific species and across all product categories, and this will be supplemented with industry know how sessions including conferences, technical programme, animal auctions and beauty contests.”
The organisers of EuroTier Middle East are also very excited about the hosted buyer programme, which will attract the top buyers in the region for this sector. All of the hosted buyers benefit from a full suite of activities, ensuring a fruitful visit. Hosted buyers are evaluated based on a strict criterion, ensuring exceptional business opportunities for participating exhibitors.
Top reasons to visit EuroTier Middle East
- Discover innovations and agri-solutions for your business
- Meet more than 100 animal farming exhibitors representing 16 countries
- 80% of exhibitors have never before showcased products in this region
- Big discounts on many products and equipment
- Never before seen live animal auctions & beauty contests
- Knowledge transfer and key industry topics on discussion at the EuroTier Forum
- Live demos of products and equipment on number of stands
EuroTier Middle East has received massive support from Strategic Partner: Abu Dhabi Agriculture & Food Safety Authority and Host Sponsor: Marmum Dairy.
More information for those considering a visit to EuroTier Middle East can be found online at: www.eurotiermiddleeast.com