The Livestock & Aquaculture Taiwan Expo & Forum (LAT) made its debut at Taipei, Taiwan in 2017. Attracted more than 12,000 visits from 36 countries, the exhibition brought a successful launch and the total sales were estimated to be approximately 17 million US dollars.
It is an exclusive trade show represents Taiwan’s premier, international and professional B2B trading platform that focuses on the state-of-the-art technologies for the field of livestock and aquaculture in Asia. With the rising issues of climate change and food safety, the livestock and aquaculture business opportunity has expanded potentially as well as the development of IoT and biological technology. LAT aims to provide diverse total solutions which help optimise and upgrade the industrial facility and increase livestock productivity.
As a result, LAT seeks to bring together manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers to exhibit feed and feed additives, farming equipment and systems, the products that assist animal health, meat processing & package and circular economy machinery. The annual LAT is concurrently held with the “Asia Agri-Tech Expo & Forum” (AAT).
The 2nd edition will take place at the Taipei World Trade Center, Hall 1 on July 26-28, 2018. This three-day trade show contains a series of conference and business match making programme and will reveal the strength and competitiveness of Taiwan’s supply chain. It is a perfect platform to expect the chance to see the world in Taiwan and Taiwan in the world.
ABOUT ORGANISER UBM
Asia Ltd., Owned by UBM plc, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, UBM Asia is the largest trade show organiser in Asia and was awarded "Asia's Most Reliable Trade Show Organiser Award" in Hong Kong's Most Valuable Companies Awards (HKMVCA) 2016.
With a track record of over 30 years in the region and 1,300 employees, UBM Asia Ltd. organised more than 230 trade fairs, conferences and summits annually, bringing together more than two million exhibitors and trade buyers and creating exciting new business opportunities. The Council of Agriculture (COA), government authority for agriculture, forestry, fishery, animal husbandry and food affairs in Taiwan, is responsible for guiding and supervising the country’s municipal agriculture offices.
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