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POTENTIAL OF
AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY IN VIETNAM

 
 
 
 

Fisheries exports are one of Vietnam’s largest sources of foreign exchange. Aquaculture production accounts for about 65% of Vietnam’s total fisheries exports in value. Frozen shrimp, mainly black tiger prawn, is the fisheries sector’s largest product, accounting for about half of the total export value, followed by Pangasius (catfish) which accounts for about half of remaining exports. The Government of Vietnam has been very supportive to promote sustainability standards in the Aquaculture Sector through various enabling policies and mechanisms

A conference was held in Ca Mau city on Monday to discuss ways to help Vietnam’s shrimp sector compete with other exporters. Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, who chaired the conference, said: "I urge the shrimp sector to earn 10 billion USD from exports by 2025 and become a major industry of Vietnamese agriculture.” Also, Prime Minister Phuc said the key for development of the shrimp sector is to apply advanced biotechnology, automation, and cloud computing from the 4th industrial revolution. The sector needs a production chain and improvements in packaging and branding Vietnamese shrimp products.

 
     
   
 
 
   
     
     
 
 

UBM LAUNCHED
AQUACULTURE VIETNAM 2017

 

During a press conference on 22 February 2017 at the Muong Thanh Hotel, Can Tho City, UBM Asia formally announced the launch of AQUACULTURE VIETNAM 2017, Vietnam’s leading international aquaculture industry event.

Hosted by Directorates of Fisheries (MARD) and under the support of the Vietnam Fisheries Society (VINAFIS), the International Collaborating Center for Aquaculture and Fisheries Sustainability (ICAFIS), the UK-based Aquaculture without Frontiers and the International Aquafeed Magazine, the show will present state-of-the-art innovations in aquaculture equipment, feed additives, processing chain and so on through a comprehensive program including B2B Exhibition  and International Aquaculture Conference.

AQUACULTURE VIETNAM 2017 will be held from 25-27 October 2017 at the CanTho International Exhibition Fair Center (EFC), Can Tho City, Vietnam.

 
   
 
 
 

Exhibit Profile

 
 

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Farm Technologies, Equipment and Hatcheries

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Feed & Feeding Equipment

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Breeding & Hatchery Equipment

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Inspection & Quarantine Services

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Disease & Health Management

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Laboratory Equipment

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Aqua Feed Ingredients / Raw Materials

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and many more…

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Feedmill Equipment

     
 
 
 
     
   
     
     
 

About Can Tho City

 
     
 
 

Can Tho is the fourth-largest city in Vietnam, and the largest city in the  Mekong Delta. After 120 years of development, the city now is the delta's most important center of economics, culture, science, and technology.
On the word of Chairman of Can Tho People's Committee Vo Thanh Thong, Can Tho City’s People's Council has just adopted a master plan on aquaculture development up to 2020 and orientations to 2030 with a total investment capital of over VND 9,235 billion.

 
     

Don’t delay!
Contact the nearest UBM office to book your participation today

 
     

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E: thao.nguyen@ubm.com

 

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