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TAIWAN International Fisheries & Seafood Show

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Event Date 2015-11-19 - 2015-11-21
City China
Address No.39, Chenggong 2nd Road, Qianzhen Dist., Kaohsiung 806, Taiwan, ROC
Venue Kaohsiung Exhibition Center
Organizer TAITRA & WES EXPO

Introduction

Industry Focus
Seafood and value-added Seafood

Products and Services Focus
Fishery Equipment and Technology
Aquaculture
Seafood and Value-added seafood
Processing Equipment, Seafood Trace ability, and Cold Chain Logistic System

General Information
 

Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show unveils complete industry chain

 

The grand show exhibits treasures of the island, estimated to attract 12,000 domestic and foreign professional buyers

The 2015 Taiwan Fisheries and Seafood Show will cover comprehensive aspects of fisheries and is organized into four main exhibition areas: Fishery Equipment and Technology, Aquaculture, Seafood and Value-Added Seafood and Processing Equipment, and Seafood Traceability and Cold Chain Logistic System.

The exhibition area will occupy 3,600 square meters with more than 200 local and international exhibitors. Besides unveiling Taiwan fishery’s complete industry chain, the show provides an excellent platform to open up business opportunities and market expansion as 12,000 domestic and foreign professional buyers are expected to visit the show.

A Complete Industry Chain

Taiwan fishery has undergone more than 100 years of development, building a complete industry chain from fishing, aquaculture, aquatic food processing and peripheral products and technology, as well as services. The 2013 output value was estimated to exceed NT$250 billion, resulting in a massive quantity of fishing workers. The aquatic produce and related products not only meet domestic demand but enjoy a high proportion bound for export with international competitiveness, leading to a solid foundation in the international fishery supply chain.

Taiwanese people’s preference for seafood can be seen from the amount of consumption. According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, Taiwan’s aquatic products in the last 10 years (1.08 million tons in 2010) ranked top 20 in the world. Shao Guang-zhao, research fellow at the Biodiversity Research Center of the Academia Sinica, cited a 2010 report conducted by the National Geographic Magazine to point out that Taiwan consumes about 790,000 tons of aquatic products a year and takes the 12th place in the world. However, if the number is divided by the national population, average intake per person in Taiwan would be 34 kilograms a year, leaping to the world’s fourth place, 1.9 times more than world average.

 

Soaring Imports

Although Taiwan is an island rich in aquatic resources, aquatic production is gradually decreasing due to high labor costs, climate change and many other factors. In addition, the trend of continuous increasing value for imported seafood has been clear in recent years. According to the Fisheries Agency under the Council of Agriculture, the total value of imported seafood to Taiwan was up to US$1.185 billion in 2012 and is still increasing with a steady seven-to-eight-percent growth every year. Countries and regions from which the seafood is imported are ranked as followed by quantity of imports: Japan, Thailand, China, USA, Indonesia, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Korea, Australia, Vietnam, Canada, Malaysia, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Singapore. Major imported seafood products are mostly high-price items.

 

Attendee Information
Attendee Registration is Free of Cost

Forum
-Global Farming Techniques Forum organized by Fish Breeding Association of Taiwan , would invite specialists delegation from over 9 countries.
-Vietnam Fisheries Technical Forum
 

Exhibitor Information
Shell Scheme USD2,200 per 9sq.m booth
Space Only USD2,000 per 9sq.m booth

-Business Meetings
Connecting top quality buyers, agents and distributors with
exhibitors before, during and after the exhibition
 


Industry Focus
Seafood and value-added Seafood

Products and Services Focus
Fishery Equipment and Technology
Aquaculture
Seafood and Value-added seafood
Processing Equipment, Seafood Trace ability, and Cold Chain Logistic System

General Information


Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show unveils complete industry chain

The grand show exhibits treasures of the island, estimated to attract 12,000 domestic and foreign professional buyers

The 2015 Taiwan Fisheries and Seafood Show will cover comprehensive aspects of fisheries and is organized into four main exhibition areas: Fishery Equipment and Technology, Aquaculture, Seafood and Value-Added Seafood and Processing Equipment, and Seafood Traceability and Cold Chain Logistic System.

The exhibition area will occupy 3,600 square meters with more than 200 local and international exhibitors. Besides unveiling Taiwan fishery’s complete industry chain, the show provides an excellent platform to open up business opportunities and market expansion as 12,000 domestic and foreign professional buyers are expected to visit the show.

A Complete Industry Chain
Taiwan fishery has undergone more than 100 years of development, building a complete industry chain from fishing, aquaculture, aquatic food processing and peripheral products and technology, as well as services. The 2013 output value was estimated to exceed NT$250 billion, resulting in a massive quantity of fishing workers. The aquatic produce and related products not only meet domestic demand but enjoy a high proportion bound for export with international competitiveness, leading to a solid foundation in the international fishery supply chain.

Taiwanese people’s preference for seafood can be seen from the amount of consumption. According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, Taiwan’s aquatic products in the last 10 years (1.08 million tons in 2010) ranked top 20 in the world. Shao Guang-zhao, research fellow at the Biodiversity Research Center of the Academia Sinica, cited a 2010 report conducted by the National Geographic Magazine to point out that Taiwan consumes about 790,000 tons of aquatic products a year and takes the 12th place in the world. However, if the number is divided by the national population, average intake per person in Taiwan would be 34 kilograms a year, leaping to the world’s fourth place, 1.9 times more than world average.

 

Soaring Imports
Although Taiwan is an island rich in aquatic resources, aquatic production is gradually decreasing due to high labor costs, climate change and many other factors. In addition, the trend of continuous increasing value for imported seafood has been clear in recent years. According to the Fisheries Agency under the Council of Agriculture, the total value of imported seafood to Taiwan was up to US$1.185 billion in 2012 and is still increasing with a steady seven-to-eight-percent growth every year. Countries and regions from which the seafood is imported are ranked as followed by quantity of imports: Japan, Thailand, China, USA, Indonesia, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Korea, Australia, Vietnam, Canada, Malaysia, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Singapore. Major imported seafood products are mostly high-price items.


Attendee Information
Attendee Registration is Free of Cost

Forum
-Global Farming Techniques Forum organized by Fish Breeding Association of Taiwan , would invite specialists delegation from over 9 countries.
-Vietnam Fisheries Technical Forum


Exhibitor Information
Shell Scheme USD2,200 per 9sq.m booth
Space Only USD2,000 per 9sq.m booth

-Business Meetings
Connecting top quality buyers, agents and distributors with
exhibitors before, during and after the exhibition




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Contact Person:Ms.Sonya Chaw (Vice President
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