April 03, 2014

03/04/14: GRAPAS: Close to 100 Pre-Register; Don't miss your chance to attend GRAPAS in Bangkok, April 8-10th, 2014!

For the third time GRAPAS Asia Exhibition will host a milling conference focused on rice, flour and other food milling topics.

GRAPAS, the exhibition hosted by Victam International to run alongside its Victam Asia and FIAAP Exhibitions in Bangkok, Thailand (from April 8-10, 2014) is being held at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC). Perendale Publishers Limited – the publishers of the International Milling Directory and the long-standing Grain and Feed Milling Technology magazine – is proud to be the chosen patron of the GRAPAS Conference and sponsor of the 2014 GRAPAS Awards.

Keeping firmly in mind the need to provide information and new ideas in a timely and efficient way, the 2014 GRAPAS Conference Asia will be held on the opening day of the Exhibition – April 8, 2014 from 10:00-17:15 - in three parts; one morning and two afternoon sessions. The Conference will be in English with simultaneous translation into/from Thai. Morning and afternoon coffee and refreshments will be provided (but not lunch). There is no participation fee for those who register in advance. Registering on spot costs US$10. We are expecting between 100-200 delegates over the course of the day.

Pre-registered attendees will receive a 'Certificate of Attendance' at the end of the day together with a 2014 subscription to GFMT magazine. All attendees will receive a copy of the latest edition of the International Milling Directory 2013-14. There will be an opportunity for attendees to meet with speakers and other delegates during the coffee breaks.

Where? The Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre. Located on 88 Bangna Trad Road in Bangkok Thailand.

When? April 8th, 2014 - From 10:00 - 17:15 (Coffee from 09:30)

Conference Theme:
Guaranteeing safety through greater use of technology in the milling process in food, flour and rice processing 

"This time we have split the conference into three separate sessions focusing on food, flour and rice, from the control of raw material and product quality at each step of the milling process. This format will make it easier for attendees to step in and out of the conference to suit their needs on what will be a busy show day," says organiser Roger Gilbert.


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