Insufficient certainty in planning for the leading livestock trade fair in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region due to ongoing uncertainty regarding the pandemic
DLG (German Agricultural Society) has postponed the EuroTier Middle East trade fair, which was scheduled to take place March 21-23, 2022, at the National Exhibition Center in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. In view of the continuing uncertain overall international situation related to the pandemic, DLG as the organizer considers it unfeasible to hold EuroTier Middle East, the region’s leading animal husbandry trade fair, in a form that is appropriate for exhibitors and visitors. The new trade fair date will be announced in due course.
The decision to postpone EuroTier Middle East was made in close consultation with the exhibition’s partners and exhibitors. “As the venue for professional animal husbandry in the MENA region, EuroTier Middle East thrives on the international spirit among exhibitors and visitors. In view of the continuing uncertainty surrounding the pandemic and the resulting challenging travel conditions, there is insufficient planning certainty which is a requirement for a successful trade fair,” said Ines Rathke, Project Manager EuroTier. “With the postponement of the trade fair to a later date, we will once again be in a position to offer this planning certainty to our exhibitors and visitors,” added Rathke.
Leading trade fair for livestock technology in the region
The EuroTier Middle East trade fair is one of the leading trade fairs for technologies for future-oriented animal husbandry in the Middle East. The exhibition along with its professional offerings focus on the challenges and strategies in the MENA region. Benefiting from the international expertise of “EuroTier”, the world’s leading trade fair for animal farming held in Germany, exhibitors and visitors use the trade fair to develop strategies adapted to the region and to reach new trading platforms thereby successfully shaping regional livestock farming in globalized markets.
Current information: www.eurotiermiddleeast.com