FUTURE FISH EURASIA 2014 – Fishupdate.com

FUTURE FISH EURASIA 2014 Published:  20 January, 2014

Izmir, Turkey – June 5-7, 2014

Future Fish Eurasia, the 7th International Fair for Fish Imports/Exports, Processing, Aquaculture and Fisheries will be organised by Eurasia Trade Fairs at the Izmir International Fair Centre between 05 – 07 June 2014. Future Fish Eurasia 2014 will be organised in a hall of 11.000m², where over 300 local & international companies will display their products and services.

The concept of Future Fish Eurasia is a combination of fish products, aquaculture and fish processing equipment. Catering for fish traders, fish farmers & processors. Future Fish Eurasia is organised with the full support of the Ministry Of Food, Agriculture & Livestock, Aegean Exorters Association, İstanbul Exporters Association, İzmir Fish Producers Assoc., Turkish Seafood Promotion Committee and Eurofish Organisation. Book Now!

The dynamic structure of Turkish aquaculture and Future Fish Eurasia form a perfect platform for those in the fish business. Providing an opportunity to introduce your aquaculture and/or processing technology to Turkey and its neighbouring countries, buy quality farmed products or sell alternatif seafood. Book now ensure your share in a market thats on the move.  More info on www.eurasiafairs.com or contact info@marevent.com

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