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Why exhibit?

Why participate?

Exhibiting at the Dutch Pork Expo 2019 offers you the unique opportunity to place a spotlight on your products/services, knowledge and solutions once a year to draw in regular and organic pig farmers, their partners, assisting family members, their staff and agricultural students.

This is where you find out about investment plans, this is where you gather leads and where you can share your passion and pride for the innovative pig-farming sector with your (potential) customers. You have come to expect our focus on hospitality and friendly service and of course, nothing is about to change. Dutch Pork Expo looks after all aspects of your exhibition and also treats your customers to a hospitable experience.

There are 5 core topics during the Dutch Pork Expo:

• sustainability;
• high-tech/innovation;
• distribution/sales/revenue;
• risk management and
• labour market

Contribute to steering the changing landscape of the pig-farming sector and be safe in the knowledge that your participation could make all the difference for your customer’s future business operations. Furthermore, as an exhibitor, you can be part of the programme of practical workshops, innovations, knowledge sessions and many more opportunities.

Would you like to contribute your input to one or several core topics on the Dutch Pork Expo 2019 programme? We would be pleased to hear from you.

 

Visitors

Type of visitor

Pig farmer
Staff
Students
Assisting family members
Veterinarian
Sector-aligned businesses

Sectors

Sectors

Agricultural seeds
Agri-products 
Asbestos 
Audit and assurance services and (financial) advice 
Automation and IT 
Breeding 
Branch organisation
Brokerage and emigration support 
Chain cooperation 
Climate control 
Construction 
Education and media 
Forage 
General service provider 
Hygiene and pest control 
Installation 
Livestock accommodation 
Livestock trade 
Livestock feed and feed supplements 
Manure trade, storage systems, processing 
Recruitment
Organic 
Pharmacy and animal health 
Slaughterhouse 
Sustainability