Are you interested in the latest news and information on grain storage and livestock material? Here are some of the international fairs we recommend in April:
AGRIEXPO West Africa, Lagos – Nigeria (April 14-16)
The 2015 edition of AGRIKEXPO, in continued collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, is set to deliver the largest gathering of Agricultural stakeholders from all over West Africa. Nigeria being the hub of trade in West Africa and one of fastest global emerging markets, has embarked on a highly focused AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGENDA (ATA), with a view to boosting agricultural productivity, value chain activities and other attendant benefits.
More information: AGRIEXPO
SARA 2015, Abidjan – Ivory Coast (April 03-12)
This will be the 3rd edition of SARA which will take place in Abidjan from 3rd to 12th of April.
Côte d’Ivoire is the 1st cocoa and cola nuts producer in the world, the 1st latex and bananas producer in all Africa and the 1st exporter of Cashew nuts in the world. This country remains more than ever a land of invaluable agricultural potential. Developing this wealth and these resources aiming to promote and sustain the investment have prompted the authorities to re-launch in 2015, the Agriculture and the Animal Resources fair “le Salon de l’Agriculture et des Ressources Animales (SARA)”
More information: SARA 2015
SIAM 2015 – Morocco (April 29 to May 5)
SIAM is the leading trade fair for the sector of agricultural machinery and equipment of the African continent and is the meeting point for the entire agricultural sector in Morocco.
Building on its success, the Moroccan International Agricultural Show (SIAM) will be back for the 10th edition in Meknes, from 29 April to 5 May 2015. SIAM has emerged as the leading exhibition for agriculture in Africa, for its size, number of stakeholders and its professionalism.
More information: SIAM 2015
AGRITECH EXPO – Zambia (April 16-18)
The launch of Agritech Expo 2014 was a landmark event for Zambia’s agriculture and the Zambian National Farmers Union. Agritech Expo created for the first time a business-to-business platform for agricultural professionals, from small scale farmers to commercial enterprises, to engage and conduct business with some of the world’s leading suppliers to the agricultural industry.
Agritech Expo offers visitors a unique opportunity to meet some of the world’s leading agricultural companies, network with fellow agricultural professionals as well as government and union officials, gain take-home knowledge and skills from the free-to-attend technical workshops, and make informed decision on new products and farm supplies by comparing them side by side in one location.
More information: AGRITECH