China International (Guangzhou) Fishery & Seafood Expo 2018 (FISHEX GUANGZHOU 2018) is conceived and planned to facilitate the international fishery and seafood industries, as well as to provide a platform for exhibition, procurement, trade negotiation, technical forum and information communication. As integration of trading, exhibition and technical forums, the event opens the gate for high-end brands, processing enterprises and traders from all over the world in fishery and seafood industries to access to Chinese market and expand the international market share.
This event is tailored specific to buyers and suppliers of frozen and fresh seafood, equipments for processing, aquaculture, fishing, storage and transportation. It will also showcase international high-end products, release leading technology, promote enterprise brands and enhance international collaboration.
The National Fisheries Authority of Papua New Guinea and INFOFISH, a service orientated intergovernmental organization based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is proud to announce the 2nd PACIFIC SEAFOOD AND TECHNOLOGY EXPOSITION 2018 which will take place from 12-14 September 2018 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
China Fisheries & Seafood Expo was created in 1996 as a joint venture with the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Unit (CCPIT-SSA), the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Sea Fare Expositions, Inc., a privately held company based in Seattle, Washington which has been organizing trade expositions for the seafood industry since 1984. As the Overseas Organizer, Sea Fare Expositions is responsible for recruiting exhibitors and visitors from outside China to attend the show.
In 2005, Sea Fare Expositions created a wholly-owned foreign subsidiary in Beijing, Sea Fare (China) Ltd. to increase both visitor and exhibitor participation among both Chinese and overseas companies with offices in China. Both the General Manager and Sales Manager of Sea Fare (China) have worked at the Ministry of Agriculture and are responsible for organizing Chinese participation in CFSE. Since the opening of Sea Fare (China), both Chinese and overseas participation has increased significantly.