SMART Agriweek & Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show, scheduled
to be organized from September 1 to 3, will be postponed from September 29
to October 1, 2022, at 4/F, Tainex Hall 1. In addition, the online
exhibition will also be delayed from September 29 to October 29, lasting
for 31 days.
As the epidemic trend is easing, aligning with the relaxation of the latest epidemic measures and re-opening the border, My Exhibition Co., Ltd, decided to postpone the Taiwan Smart Agriweek and the Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show from September 29 to October 1. The online exhibition will also postpone from September 29 to October 29. The exhibition has already invited buyers from Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Indonesia and other countries to participate in the matchmaking successfully. With the new date, we expect to attract 15,000 domestic and foreign professional buyers from more than 30 countries to visit the shows.
"Go Smart, Grow Together" is the core vision of Taiwan Smart Agriweek. The exhibition will have four pavilions: AGI TECH, AGRI LIVESTOCK, AGRI PLUS+ and AGRI FOODS to showcase the latest technology about intelligent agriculture, sustainable & circular livestock, eco-friendly farming, smart livestock farming, precision livestock farming, nutrition and health, agriculture, cold-chain, food processing & integration service. Furthermore, in conjunction with the "Taiwan SMART Agriweek," "Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show" is the only fishery B2B trade show in Taiwan. These two exhibitions aim to provide a one-stop solution and help all parties in the industry to have a seamless smart transformation.
During the exhibition, there will be online/offline matchmaking meetings, dozens of professional forums, cooking shows, lucky bags distribution and many other activities. To continue the upsurge of the exhibition, we will hold the "Animal Precision Nutrition Forum OMO" in Tainan from October 26 to 27. We welcome all the agriculture, aquaculture and livestock industry practitioners and the general public to visit.