The 12th edition of the Latin American Trade Fair for the Poultry and Swine Industries, AveSui 2013, ended with a balance of 17.800 attendees during the three days of activities and generated an estimate of R$400 millions in business. The event, held at CentroSul, in Florianópolis, gathered over 150 companies from Brazil and all over the world, and hundreds of products and services from the poultry and swine sectors. The trade fair proved that with innovation, technology and knowledge is possible to reverse the hard times faced by the market last year and achieve positive results in 2013.
In addition to the companies’ booths, one of the most visited areas during the show was the Model Farm, a showroom with the best and most modern equipments for the poultry and swine markets. The Chinese presence at the event, ahead of 60 of the 150 booths, as well as visitors from Argentina, Chile, USA, France, Netherlands and other countries, were also a highlight of the fair, showing that Avesui already entered the international calendar of events from these markets. The participation of international exhibitors doubled compared to the previous edition.
The Scientific-Technical Seminar, which included thematic panels, such as Biomass, Logistics and Animal Rendering, also had massive presence of attendees, who came to find more knowledge and studies in the area. “This edition of AveSui reinforced the event’s spot on the world stage of the poultry and swine industries, showing its importance to the business sectors such as a multiplier of business, innovation and knowledge,” said Andrea Gessulli, director of the trade fair.
According to the director, the business roundtables between Brazilian and foreign companies were also a highlight of the trade fair, and resulted in many partnerships and cooperation agreements that can hit the market in the upcoming months. “The event has fulfilled his role well, which is to put people at the center of business,” said Ms Gessulli, who plans new releases for the next edition of Avesui, again in Florianópolis.
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