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Taiwan International Fisheries and Seafood Show

The third edition of the Taiwan International Fisheries & Seafood Show will take place from 9-11 November 2017 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s maritime metropolis and southern capital. Last year the Fisheries show welcomed 212 exhibitors and over 6,550 visitors from 56 countries. This year the show will cover five industry portfolios:

• fishery equipment & technology
• aquaculture
• processing equipment & technology
• seafood (fresh, chilled & frozen)
• marine biotechnology

Thanks to Taiwan’s strengths in vessel production, seafood processing, and aquaculture development, the fisheries show is a prime sourcing platform. Taiwan’s position as hub connecting the international market with Asia-pacific and ASEAN market provides an ideal opportunity to scout Asian agents and swap ideas with leading fishery technology manufacturers, farmer and breeders. Exhibitors include national pavilions representing Japan, South Korea, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the South Pacific counties.

This year’s show will also feature an
international forum with speakers from the US, Germany, Korea and Taiwan giving their insight the latest trends in the aquaculture industry including sustainable fisheries, feeding methods and biodiversity.

This show is a key fixture in the international fisheries calendar and has previously been reported in leading industry publications such as Aquafeed and World Fishing.

To find out more about subsidies available to attend the show, or register your interest in attending, please contact our office at
london@taitra.org.tw or on 02076384676.

2017/11/09~ 2017/11/11
Kaohsiung Exhibition Center
Event Type
Taiwan Trade Show
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Organized by the Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT), Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Republic of China
Implemented by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA)
Tel. : +44 (20) 76384676 | Fax : +44 (20) 76288170 | E-mail : london@taitra.org.tw