First staging of seafood and meat exhibition in Indonesia focusing on cold connection attracts leading companies and strong industry support

IISM, the international Indonesia seafood & meat conference and expo focusing on cold connection scheduled to open on 2 October at JIExpo Kemayoran, will begin on a highly positive note with strong support from leading companies and experts in their fields.

The inaugural IISM 2014 will field a host of local and international exhibitors from Germany, Spain, China, India, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and many more.

With its wide internationality, IISM 2014 serves as the ideal platform to introduce new technologies, products and solutions from market leaders in cold chain industry to Indonesia and region.

The first edition of IISM which takes place between 2-4 October 2014, will also include a conference dedicated to some of the most current issues. The conference will attract over 250 professionals and this interesting conference will showcase local and international panel of expert speakers who will inform and excite the audience of delegates with keynote presentations and industry specific speeches.  The aim of this conference is to build on existing and create new partnership between all seafood professionals and specialist to benefit global seafood trade.

“With emerging economies growth expected to boost demand for cold chain equipment, many producers are seeking to move closer to their target market. As many major industry sectors are represented on IISM 2014 show floor, the exhibition promises to be one of the most dynamic in its field and increasingly strategic as focus for cold connection industries shifts from mature economics to emerging economies,” said Ir. Hasanuddin Yasni, Executive Director Indonesian Cold Chain Association as the host of IISM.

“The prospects for a high performing trade fair in the cold chain sector are very promising in Indonesia. IISM will be an effective commercial channel for local businesses and for the international community to get a better understanding of the market developments in Indonesia and the region” said Hasanuddin Yasni.

According to Sofianto Widjaja, Managing Director of PPI: With Indonesia paving the way to meet its 2025 vision of being a strong industrial national focusing on high growth industries, the timing could not be better to bring international companies closer to the action and for local Indonesian companies to build business networks and sales leads.”

“Half of exhibitors are local Indonesian companies many of whom are manufacturers and producers of cost-efficient and high-technology equipment in cold chain industry,” he added.

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