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The 12th DJAZAGRO International Agro-Food Exhibition will be held from 21 to 24 April 2014 at the SAFEX Exhibition Centre in Algiers.
Building on the success of the previous editions and in a positive context supported by a promising market, DJAZAGRO 2014 is setting its sights on the future, in line with its stated goals. As a leading exhibition in the sector it provides an ideal environment in which all agro-food players can meet and do business.
A dynamic trade exhibition that clearly reflects its goals:
Seven months prior to opening, the exhibition’s director Christophe Painvin shares his optimism:
“DJAZAGRO is continuing to expand for this 12th edition, with over 15,000 m2 of exhibition space. We are expecting 600 exhibitors with an increasingly important presence of national pavilions such as France, Italy, Turkey… On the visitors side, we are aiming to welcome 20,000 professionals. DJAZAGRO is once again positioning itself as The meeting point for all players in the agro-food sector.”
The aims of DJAZAGRO 2014:
- To present a comprehensive offer so as to meet a complete range of needs
As the trade exhibition for the agro-food sector in Algeria, DJAZAGRO offers a comprehensive selection of the food industry: Processes, packing and packaging, ingredients, bakery/pastry and food service, food products and beverages.
New in 2014: The exhibition has increased in size, with a dedicated hall for food products and beverages.
- To be a forum for discussion and business
Algeria is now the largest agro-food market in North Africa. For four days, DJAZAGRO will provide a unique opportunity to meet clients and partners and enhance your visibility in a fast-growing market.
Promising prospects for 2014:
DJAZAGRO registered an exponential growth: the number of exhibitors over three editions has increased by 57%, with 524 exhibitors in 2013, whilst the number of visitors has increased by 72% (10,700 vs 18,412 in 2013). For this 12th edition, the organisers are expecting to welcome almost 600 exhibitors and 20,000 trade visitors.