Nepal Agritech International Expo 2018 setting off for second time

By Alisha Shrestha on Dec 10,2017 - 20:07

Nepal Agritech International Expo Nepal Agritech International Expo

Nepal Agritech International Expo is going to kick off for the second time on 15th February, 2018.  The exhibition will be lodged for 4 days (15th February to 18th February) at Bhrikutimandap covered Hall, Kathmandu. It is acknowledged as one of the enormous exhibition, exhibiting the relationship between agriculture and its innovation. It also incorporates, Farm Machinery, Dairy, Poultry, Livestock, Farm Equipment & Technologies.

This show will witness and showcase industry specific pavilions namely Nepal DairyTech, Nepal GrainTech, Nepal Poultry and Livestock Expo, Nepal Farm Machinery Show and Nepal Flora Tech.

Most of Nepali agricultural laborers are dissatisfied with low productivity, infeasible machinery innovation and degraded competitiveness. Though Nepal is recognized as agricultural country, it is also back lashed by huge import of agricultural products. Hence, trade deficit prevails.  

Nepal Agritech International Expo is collaborating with Media Space Solutions Pvt.Ltd., Nepal Futurex Trade Fair and Events, India are arranging the events to highlight competitiveness and infrastructure requirement in agricultural sector.

The exhibition is set to expose Nepalese into agricultural sectors; linking with the agricultural expert; discovering market positioning of new products and their viability; grasping an idea on new agriculture related technologies and fetch active sourcing or investors for your agriculture business.

For bookings and business queries, contact:
For Nepal +977 9801171141
For India +91 9821421132

Tags -  agriculture , exhibition , event , technologies


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