We invite you to join the Pavilion of Denmark at Fish International in Bremen 9-11 February 2020. Fish International was established in 1988 and can present a long track record as the only fish trade fair in Germany and is today an international meeting place attracting trade visitors from the fishing industry from more than 50 countries. In 2018 Fish International attracted more than 12,000 trade visitors; decision makers and key players from primarily the seafood retail, fish processing and aquaculture industries
Fish International have a double scope, focusing on both ready-for-consumption retail fish and seafood and equipment and solutions for the aquaculture and fish processing industry thus gathering potential customers and suppliers under one roof.
Fish International offers dedicated sections for equipment and solutions for the fish processing industry and aquaculture industry and also hosts the 1-day “Scope” aquaculture workshop, attracting among other fish farmers and RAS operators and other key persons from the aquaculture industry in Germany and abroad who will thus attend the event.
The Fish processing industry – a key sector
The food processing industry is a key sector in the German economy, and the fishing industry subsector is an essential part in this industry. In Germany the fish/seafood processing industry is constantly at the outlook for innovative solutions to increase productivity, value generation, hygiene, food safety and sustainability within the industry. Danish suppliers, based on a long experience within the fishing industries, have strong solutions to assure a fish processing industry prepared for the increasing requirements of the market.
An aquaculture industry on the rise
Aquaculture in Germany is a still a very small industry and represents less than 0,1% of world aquaculture, but the German aquaculture industry is at the same time an industry with big ambitions and potential for exponential growth. Both on a political and research level there is strong focus on ways to develop the country’s aquaculture industry to the next level to assure a higher degree of self-sufficiency of fish and seafood in Germany.
Danish companies with their strong competences within the aquaculture industry have an opportunity to be part of the journey of developing the German aquaculture industry.
Why exhibit on the Pavilion of Denmark?
Danish Export - Fish Tech p is organizing the Pavilion of Denmark at Fish International to support Danish companies wanting to introduce their products or expanding their presence on the large German neighbor market. Participation on the Pavilion of Denmark at Fish International will be highly relevant for Danish companies supplying packaging, equipment, machinery, solutions and services to the international fish processing or aquaculture industries.
The Pavilion of Denmark will be located in the equipment and machinery section of Fish International.
By joining the Pavilion of Denmark you will get advantage of:
- Strong visibility and exposure by joining the exhibition with other Danish suppliers towards the industry; trade visitors and key decision makers
- An opportunity to gain access and insight in the German aquaculture and fish/seafood processing industry
- Danish Export - Fish Tech taking care of most of the practicalities and co-ordination with the stand builder and exhibition organizer so you can focus on the dialogue with customers, potential customers an other business relations
- Danish Export - Fish Tech being at your service before and during the exhibition to make your participation as smooth as possible.
The package price for participation is:
DKK 2,795 per m2 excl. VAT when booking minimum 9 sqm at the Pavilion of Denmark (*/**)
DKK 4,900 excl. VAT in coordination fee per company
This price includes:
- Turn-key exhibition stand (excluding prints/graphics)
- Building and dismantling of stand
- 1 table
- 3 chairs
- 1 brochure rack
- Lights and power on your area
- Internet (basic connection to check emails)
- Marketing material for the Pavilion of Denmark
- Registration in the official catalogue and admission cards
- Coffee, tea, beverages and snacks during the exhibition
- Lunch for exhibitors daily
The price is based on grants from the Danish Trade Council.
** "De minimis rules"
As from 1 January 2014, companies receiving export-promoting subsidies have to complete a business form in which they specify the subsidies received under the “de minimis” rules. This includes all subsidies received in your current financial year and the two previous years. According to the Trade Council rules, companies themselves are responsible for obtaining the information from all subsidy-administrators. As a service, the Danish Export Association can provide information on all subsidies received through us.
Participating companiesThere is 1 company participating.
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- Scanvægt Systems A/S