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Successful edition of IPPE 2020

Yeruvá S.A. He had the pleasure of attending the successful 2020 edition of the International Production & Processing Expo. We were present at the stand of our friends of Red Alimentaria magazine, who are responsible for making the editions of the magazine Solo Poultry & Swine.


IPPE 2020 had more than 32 thousand people and 1,376 exhibitors, and had an 8% increase in the number of visitors. In addition, the commercial area, that is, the exhibition area, presented more than 55,000 square meters.


The IPPE 2020 has proven to be the quintessential event in the poultry, meat and animal feed industry.


Word of the organizers


"We are excited about the energy shown by this year's attendees and exhibitors. The commercial exhibition floor was enlarged, including the new BC-Hall, and the numbers of attendees and exhibitors complemented the IPPE educational sessions, invaluable opportunities to establish contacts, "commented the three sponsors.


The fair


The commercial exhibition space remains the central attraction. The exhibitors showed the latest technology, equipment, supplies and services used by companies in the industry in the production and processing of meat, poultry, eggs and food products for animals.


Numerous companies presented new products at IPPE, with all phases of the animal, meat and poultry food industries represented, from live production and processing for further processing and packaging.


And the new BC-Hall was part of the more than 55,000 square meters of space for work meetings and activities of the attendees, including Fuel Market Food Court, the poultry museum and activities in the event area.


The comprehensive program of the educational program complemented the exhibits by informing the industry how to manage the most recent problems affecting industries.


The 2020 edition included more than 200 hours of educational sessions, ranging from the quality of meat and poultry, to biosecurity in terms of animal disease, to processing for antibiotic-free production.




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