Participate in the Korean International Livestock Expo and Livestock Myanmar

  From the July 4, 2017 Issue of Agri-News
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 Alberta companies are invited to participate in a mission to South Korea and/or Myanmar targeting the feed, feed additives, livestock equipment, genetics and related products industries. The mission is anchored around the Korean International Livestock Expo (KISTOCK) and Livestock Myanmar tradeshows.

“Participating companies will have the opportunity to showcase their products and engage with buyers in shared Alberta booth space at the KISTOCK tradeshow taking place September 21-24 in Daegu, South Korea,” says Katie Meredith, trade and relations officer, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. “Prior to the tradeshow, a business-to-business matchmaking program will be coordinated at the Embassy of Canada targeting Seoul-based buyers not attending KISTOCK. Companies will also have the opportunity to conduct site visits to key livestock industry companies in the Daegu region to deepen their understanding of the Korean livestock sector.”

Following the completion of the Korea program, a three-day program in Myanmar from September 27-29 will be coordinated including a visit to the Livestock Myanmar 2017 Show in Yangon. In addition to visiting Livestock Myanmar, pre-arranged meetings and site visits with animal feed manufacturers, swine, dairy, beef and poultry production companies and industry organizations engaged in these sectors will be arranged for the benefit of the Myanmar program participants.

The application deadline is July 14, 2017. Space is limited and applications will be assessed on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, contact Katie Meredith at 780-427-6057.

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This information published to the web on June 22, 2017.