AveSui, Tecno Food Brazil Join Forces to Launch FIPPPA18 July 2014
BRAZIL - FIPPPA, the Animal Protein Production and Processing Expo, will have its launch from 28 to 30 April 2015 at the Expo Trade Convention Center in Curitiba (PR), Brazil.
AveSui America Latina and Tecno Food Brazil have joined to become the Feira da Industria de Produção e Processamento de Proteína Animal - FIPPPA- Animal Protein Production and Processing Expo. The event will cover poultry, swine and dairy, from farm to fork.
Gessulli Agribusiness, which organizes AveSui America Latina and G5 Promotrade, which organizes Tecno Food Brazil, have joined forces to become a new meeting point for the animal protein production chain.
This event will take place every other year, as has been requested by the Brazilian poultry, pig and dairy industries. FIPPPA has the support of the Brazilian Association of Machinery and Equipment (Abimaq) and of the Machinery Council for the Food, Pharmaceutical and Refrigeration Industries, as well as other key associations in the sector.
FIPPPA is the joining of two leading companies which organize trade events that give both exhibitors and visitors the opportunity to grow their businesses.
"We’ve innovated to create a different kind of event from everything that has been seen so far in the Brazilian events market. With the new structure of FIPPPA, we gathered the whole chain into a single complete event, for both the exhibitor and the visitor," said Andrea Gessulli, director of Gessulli Agribusiness.
FIPPPA will continue AveSui’s Technical and Scientific Seminar on Poultry and Swine, which promotes technical knowledge and specialization through lectures and workshops, presented by renown speakers from Brazil and abroad.
Andrea Gessulli explained: "We have served for 25 years covering and organizing events for the poultry and swine industries of Latin America. We provide information, organize events and foster the industries. We have created a lasting relationship with all representatives of the poultry and pig industries, from the small producer up to agribusiness, as well as academia. This close relationship between Gessulli Agribusiness and Brazilian agribusiness will make all the difference in the emergence of FIPPPA."
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