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Meet the CCPA Group at VIV ASIA 2023

The CCPA Group teams will be present at VIV ASIA, the international livestock and food exhibition in Asia. Come and meet us on our booth in Hall 3 - Booth 4191.

VIV ASIA 2023: CCPA at the International Livestock Show

We are pleased to announce our presence at the international Asian exhibition VIV ASIA 2023. A highly anticipated event since 2019, the latest edition!

VIV ASIA will be held from 08-10 March 2023 in Bangkok (Thailand) and is considered one of the largest and most comprehensive feed and food events in Asia. It is dedicated to the world of livestock production, animal husbandry and all related sectors - from feed production to animal husbandry, breeding, veterinary and animal health solutions, slaughtering, meat, fish, eggs, dairy processing and more.

Some figures of the 2019 edition of VIV ASIA:

  • More than 45,000 visitors
  • Visitors from over 120 countries
  • More than 1,250 exhibitors
  • 60,000 sqm of exhibition space
  • 10 international pavilions
  • More than 200 professional speakers

This year, come and discover our two booths which will highlight the 3 activities of the Group: Feed Solutions, Farm Specialities and Functional Ingredients. Our sales teams and technical experts will be delighted to discuss with you:

Hall 3 Booth 4191 : Feed Solutions and Farm Specialities

- Hall 3 Booth 4072 : Functional Ingredients

We look forward to being there again and welcoming you to our booth.

 

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