TURKEY – IDMA and VICTAM EMEA 2021, which will be organized in Istanbul, Turkey by Parantez International Fairs and Victam International, is set to proceed as planned despite the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the organisers, the global economy has suffered greatly this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. However, the World Trade Organization (WTO) stipulates that a clear recovery will be observed in 2021, as economies around the World will recover.
The food processing and milling industry, whose vital importance in terms of world food security has been understood once again during the pandemic, will also have the opportunity to make a breakthrough with an important exhibition that will open its doors early in the forthcoming year, say the organisers, adding that the Expo will have a positive effect for the revival of the industry.
In accordance with the agreement between the parties, the 9th International Flour, Feed, Semolina, Rice, Corn, Bulghur Milling Machinery and Pulses, Pasta, Biscuit Technologies Exhibition (IDMA) will be held on 18-20 March 2021.
The exhibition, which will be held in three halls (Hall 5, 6, and 7), will host its visitors on an area of 24 thousand square meters.
Parantez International Fair is Turkey-based organizer of international grain and feed milling exhibitions while Victam International is the dedicated event organizer of the animal feed processing industry exhibitions based in Netherlands.
The partners say that the extensive experience of the two groups in their fields and the solid international network they have established will create a synergy that will open the way for the sector.
The exhibition, according to the organizers, will be a great opportunity for suppliers who want to increase their overseas trade.
This strong cooperation will bring together suppliers and investors who have been far from each other for a while because of the pandemic.
The two companies that set off with the motto “The international event of the grain and feed milling industry” will bring together all components of the grain, feed, and pulses sectors under one roof on a stronger and wider platform, creating significant added value.
Parantez International Fairs, which has nearly 20 years of experience in the sector, has revealed that promotional activities for the event are continuing at its head office in Istanbul and foreign representatives across all platforms and avenues.
Top associations operating in the grain, feed, and food processing sectors from many countries, particularly Russia, Ukraine, Pakistan, Algeria, Serbia and India, also support the exhibition. The number of foreign associations declaring their support for the event is already close to 30, they add.
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