MeatPro Asia, a two-day technical conference designed to help the Asian meat industry lift productivity and improve quality, will be held at BITEC in Bangkok on 11-12 June, 2018, prior to the ProPak Asia 2018 which will take place at the same venue on 13-16 June
With the theme ‘Production efficiency, product quality’ the program will encompass six plenary presentations plus specific streams for slaughtering, processing and packaging, each with 10 presentations, four case studies, two panel discussions and a networking cocktail party.
ProPak Asia combines strengths with MeatPRO Asia
ProPak Asia and Asian Agribiz are teaming up to co-locate MeatPRO Asia, the new Asian Agribiz conference, alongside ProPak Asia 2018.
ProPak Asia is Asia’s number one processing & packaging technology trade event attracting over 50,000 buyers from across the Asian region, while Asian Agribiz is a trusted and dedicated provider of news, technical information and market intelligence for the animal protein community throughout Asia.
“ProPak Asia is delighted to combine strengths with the new MeatPRO Asia conference organised by Asian Agribiz. Working in partnership with Asian Agribiz gives Asia’s meat industry an annual meeting place every June in Bangkok. If you are in the meat industry, I encourage you to join us as you will get significant benefits from the combined synergy of these events,” said Justin Pau, General Manager at UBM BES, organiser of ProPak Asia.
MeatPRO Asia will be led by Rodrigo Tarte, Assistant Professor at Iowa State University and Lynn Knipe, Associate Professor at Ohio State University and include a total of 21 speakers.
Several industry players have welcomed this synergy and expressed their strong supports.
“We are delighted to see the combined synergy of these two events for the meat industry happening in one location at the same time. ProPak Asia together with Asian Agribiz’s new MeatPRO Asia conference will surely be the annual meeting place for Asia’s meat industry and we look forward to supporting both events,” said Axel Arras, FPT’s Managing Director.
Chuchvee Paoboon, General Manager at Ruampat, said: “Ruampat looks forward to ProPak Asia and MeatPRO Asia being held together. And we look forward to supporting both events and showcasing our latest meat processing technology.”
Finally, Khanchit Toomaneechinda, Managing Director at K&W Global Technology (Thailand), said the company has been supporting ProPak Asia for many years and it welcomes the new partnership with Asian Agribiz to stage together the ProPak Asia exhibition and new MeatPRO Asia conference for the industry.