The show sees the filling of both Halls A and B to capacity at the Georgia World Congress Centre and the visitors had much to see and do despite the odd bucket that had been strategically placed to catch drips from leaks in the roof.
After an initially quiet first morning for IPPE
, the end of day one and the morning of day two proved very popular. Exhibitors enjoyed a steady flow of guests with the crowds being more diverse than last year in our view, and with a healthy stream of Latin American and African visitors to the stand.
While meat and poultry exhibitors were presented in either the live production and processing, live production or live poultry production areas; feed-related exhibitors maintained their own section of Hall A and drew together ingredient, equipment and other suppliers. We hear the numbers in Hall A was a great reflection of the diversity of feed, milling and equipment technology!
The final trilogy of the event is today, day three of three is here: the final trilogy of the event is today. At stand 1700 in Hall A2 will be your final opportunity to see and discuss our products, services and publications can do for you and your organisation.
I hope you enjoyed this blog’s daily updates this week for IPPE!
We have enjoyed promoting press releases and news of IPPE 2013 on this blog recently and hope you have as well. Instead of writing more and more content today, it may be more enjoyable to see this video from the official YouTube channel. Remember to see the colleagues at stand 1700 who will be able to discuss The International Milling Directory’s new edition coming later this year. Free options as well as more extensive and attractive coverage for your company are available.
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