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Anuga FoodTec 2018: Positive Half-time Balance For the First Registration Period

Anuga FoodTec 2018: Positive Half-time Balance For the First Registration Period
November 11
09:27 2016

The early bird campaign of Anuga FoodTec (20 to 23 March 2018) has been running since June 2016 and a positive trend has already been recorded. More than 200 companies have confirmed their participation at the world’s most important supplier trade fair for the food and beverage industry at an early stage – with a rising trend! The early bird campaign, which enables exhibitors to secure the “best places” in the Cologne exhibition halls at discounted conditions runs up until 31 May 2017. For those, who would like to profit from the early bird discount and secure an optimum stand area: This link will take you to the application form www.anugafoodtec.com/application.

The first-class half-time balance of the first registration phase demonstrates that Anuga FoodTec is continuing on its course for success.

Between 2009 and 2015 the number of exhibitors rose up to around 1,500 (+24 percent). With over 200 confirmations of participation in the first six months after the start of the registration period and the ongoing, strong demand for exhibition space, the signs for the global supplier trade fair for the food and beverage industry are already very good.

anugaThe initial results are also impressive in terms of quality too. Companies such as Andritz, Ashworth, Auer, Beckhoff, CSB, Heuft, Hosokawa, Hochland Natec, JBT, Konica Minolta, Kronen, KSB, Leybold Oerlikon, Marchant Schmidt, Mespack, Multivac, Pentair, Polypack, Pöppelmann, Schur, Serac, Sesotec, Seydelmann, SPX, Stephan Machinery, Weber Maschinenbau, Zeppelin and Zumex are going to use Anuga FoodTec 2018 as a presentation platform for their new products and innovations. The strong and wide-ranging ‘early’ field of participants already in the first six months of the early bird phase reflects the diversity of Anuga FoodTec: From process technology, to filling and packing technologies, from packing materials to ingredients, through to food safety: Anuga FoodTec covers all aspects of food production and gathers all of the international market participants together in one location.

The next Anuga FoodTec will take place from 20 to 23 March 2018 in Cologne. The trade fair is jointly organised by Koelnmesse and the German Agricultural Society (DLG).

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