Indonesia International Seafood and Processing Expo 2014: Defining Quality in Sea Food

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Highlighting the abundant wealth of the Indonesian waters, the Indonesia International Seafood and Processing Expo 2014 will be held from 2nd to 5th November 2014 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Nusa Dua on the fabled island of Bali. 

Carrying the theme “De­fining Quality in Seafood”, the Indonesia International Seafood and Processing Expo aims to bring the world’s most essential seafood industries to the heart of the archipelago and showcases the finest quality of global seafood products. The Indonesia International Seafood & Processing Expo will play its part in reinforcing the global seafood market by giving mass opportunities for both Indonesian and International seafood industries to promote the finest seafood products and its aligned industries. In the long run, the event is also expected to finally enhance the global fisheries economy.
The event will present a platform for buyers and sellers as well as governments, associations, and agencies to meet and discuss business opportunities as well as latest issues, strategic solutions, and investment opportunities in the global fisheries industry.
Venue: Bali

Date: 02 November 2014 - 05 November 2014 


Poster: Xuân Đào
Source: www.indonesia.travel


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