Record number of exhibitors at Anuga FoodTec

By Aidan Fortune

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Exhibitors are set to flock to Anuga FoodTec, Cologne, this year
Exhibitors are set to flock to Anuga FoodTec, Cologne, this year

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Anuga FoodTec is opening its doors from 20 to 23 March 2018 and is expecting around 1,700 exhibitors in its halls.

To meet the high demand from exhibitors, Anuga FoodTec has expanded its exhibition space in 2018 up to 140,000 square metres (+8%), with additional space in Hall 10.2 being added for the first time to the existing area in Halls 4.2, 5.2, 6 to 9, 10.1.

We forecast a 13% increase in the number of exhibitors compared to the previous event​,” said Katharina C Hamma, chief operating officer of organiser Koelnmesse. “Anuga FoodTec covers all aspects of food production and will be even more successful this year, due to its enormous variety of offers and quality​.”

Companies from more than 50 countries will be presenting their new products in Cologne. “The high interest from abroad proves that Anuga FoodTec is the leading international supplier platform for the food and beverage industry,​” said Hamma. “In addition to the comprehensive product show, which features large-surface live presentations, a wide-ranging congress and event programme is available to trade visitors​.”

A full preliminary list of exhibitors is available HERE.

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