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AGRO PROTECH

4th AGROPROTECH 2013

Towards Productive, Competitive, Diversified and Sustainable Second Green Revolution

 

28th – 30th November 2013

Milan Mela Grounds & ITC Sonar Kolkata

 

India’s Premiere Agriculture, Horticulture, Food Processing, Dairy, Poultry, Meat, Fishery, Farm Equipments & Packaging Technology Show

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

After the immensely successful 3rd AGRO PROTECH 2011, the Indian Chamber of Commerce is organizing the 4th AGRO PROTECH 2013 - the 3-day mega event from 28th – 30th November 2013 at Milan Mela Grounds & ITC Sonar, Kolkata.

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 – the single platform with 360° solution

 

Introduction:

Agriculture is the dominant sector of the Indian economy, growing at an average rate of 3.4 per cent from last decade. India is the second-largest producer of food in the world and holds the potential of being the biggest on global food and agriculture canvas.

The agriculture sector is now moving towards another green revolution. The transformations in the sector are being induced by factors like newfound interest of the organised sector, new and improved technologies, mechanized farming, rapid growth of contract farming, easy credit facilities, etc.

India is expected to remain self-sufficient in the production of food staples until 2025.  To ensure the food security, the major thrust should be on:

  • Increase investment
  • Improve irrigation
  • Improve productivity
  • Accelerate technology transfer

 

To do so, a productive, competitive, diversified and sustainable agricultural sector will need to emerge at an accelerated pace. Therefore, it is required when investors and policy makers should look at proactive measures to meet the challenges.

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 – The Focus Areas

 

  • Use of quality seeds and application of fertilizers for enhancing productivity
  • Diversification in crop production and focus on high-value crops
  • Use of modern farm equipments for enhancing productivity in a sustainable manner
  • Improvisation of storage facilities like cold storage, warehouses through PPP initiative
  • Water management and use of micro-irrigation techniques
  • Development of infrastructure to strengthen farm to market connectivity
  • Adoption of modern techniques for  post harvest management
  • Adoption of mechanized and modern technologies in food processing sector
  • Improvising and strengthening of the agri-export zones
  • Promotion of Dairy, Poultry, Meat & Fisheries Schemes for investment in the sector.
  • Upgradation of new technologies for better productivity in the Dairy, Poultry, Meat & Fisheries sector
  • Financing schemes  in the sectors
  • Extensive R&D to assist farmers in the production of crops
  • Focus on North -East potential

 

Objectives : 4th Agro Protech 2013

 

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 will provide an opportunity to technology and service providers to display their technologies and their benefits to the audiences and user industry. There will be an exhibition-cum-conference to have meaningful discussion for three days. The programme will……

·         Generate investor and stakeholder interest in the agriculture, horticulture, processed food and related sectors including dairy, poultry, meat & animal husbandry etc of India

·         Highlight the innovative technologies and services while acting as a platform for farm sector players to explore opportunities for contract farming, sourcing, processing, value addition, distribution and marketing.

·         Identify profitable sector related projects

·         Provide to the private players a glimpse of the opportunities that lie in the area of poultry, dairy, animal husbandry, food processing and infrastructure development.

·         Providing a platform for State Governments to showcase the advantages of their state potential to the stakeholders of the sector for initiate investment to their state.

·         Provide opportunity for business networking with the business community of South-Asian as well as European countries culminating in promotion of trade in the agri, food-processing and related sectors.

 

Event highlights:

 

  • Three-Day Conference – Covering all the critical aspects attached with agriculture, horticulture and food processing with dedicated sessions on agriculture and horticulture, livestock including poultry, dairy and fisheries, processed food, infrastructure and research, international trade and financial inclusion.

 

  • Three-Day Exhibition – Display state-of-the-art agro and food related product, technology, machinery, packaging, etc in three air conditioned hangers

 

  • Two-day Farmers’ Meet – Participation of farmers from all over India for attending technical seminars and trainings

 

  • Two-day Reverse Buyer-Seller Meet – Buyer Seller meet with farmers, manufacturers, buyers.

 

Highlights 3rd Agro Protech 2011

3rd – 5th November 2011, Milan Mela Grounds, Kolkata

 

 

◘        The mega event was organized with the  Support of Ministry of Agriculture, GoI, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, GoI and ICAR

◘        The inauguration of this mega event was done in the presence of various Central & State Ministers, Scientists and bureaucrats including industry leader and farmers.

◘        The event was actively participated by seven states, namely, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Nagaland

◘        More than 100  Government and Private organizations participated to this mega event for three days in three air condition hangers

◘        The three day long farmers meet was organised in the presence of more than 6000 farmers and the conference was attended by 1500 delegates.

 

Speaker Profile

 

Ø  Union Ministers & Union Secretaries

Ø  Ministers of State Government from Participating States

Ø  Secretaries & Directors from relevant government departments

Ø  Experts of Agriculture & Food Scientists

Ø  Faculty of Agriculture universities

Ø  Key industry leaders

Ø  Senior officials from Banking and Financial institutions

 

Visitor Profile

 

Central / State Establishments l Central government agencies and departments l Agri Marketing Boards l Agricultural engineering corporations l Agriculture department related organizations l Agro Industry Corporations l Agri Finance Corporations l Banks and Credit Agencies l Co-operatives of Food & Consumer protection l Dealers / Channel partners / Traders l Agri Insurance Corporation l Entrepreneurs l Millers l Packaging equipment & machinery and users of storage equipment l International Experts l Associations boards & other nodal agencies l Traders, wholesalers of commodities l Universities, Research Institutions & colleges l Commodity Exchange organizations l Growers l Farmers

 

Exhibitor Profile

 

Central & State Government l Government Agencies l ICAR Institutions l Irrigation & water management companies l Fertilizer & Chemical Companies l Pesticides & Insecticides companies l Export promotion councils l Inspection, Product & Quality Certifications companies l Maintenance and automation systems l Processed Food companies l Packaging Technology & Machinery companies l Post Harvest Technologies & Equipment providers l Quality control testing and coding l Warehousing Corporations Cold Storages l Export / Trading houses l Training Institutions l  Banks & Financial Institutions

 

For further details please contact:

Exhibition

Mr Sarwesh Kumar Kanodia

+919830599066

expo2@indianchamber.net

 

AGRO PROTECH: the trade show

4th AGROPROTECH 2013

Towards Productive, Competitive, Diversified and Sustainable Second Green Revolution

 

28th – 30th November 2013

Milan Mela Grounds & ITC Sonar Kolkata

 

India’s Premiere Agriculture, Horticulture, Food Processing, Dairy, Poultry, Meat, Fishery, Farm Equipments & Packaging Technology Show

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

After the immensely successful 3rd AGRO PROTECH 2011, the Indian Chamber of Commerce is organizing the 4th AGRO PROTECH 2013 - the 3-day mega event from 28th – 30th November 2013 at Milan Mela Grounds & ITC Sonar, Kolkata.

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 – the single platform with 360° solution

 

Introduction:

Agriculture is the dominant sector of the Indian economy, growing at an average rate of 3.4 per cent from last decade. India is the second-largest producer of food in the world and holds the potential of being the biggest on global food and agriculture canvas.

The agriculture sector is now moving towards another green revolution. The transformations in the sector are being induced by factors like newfound interest of the organised sector, new and improved technologies, mechanized farming, rapid growth of contract farming, easy credit facilities, etc.

India is expected to remain self-sufficient in the production of food staples until 2025.  To ensure the food security, the major thrust should be on:

  • Increase investment
  • Improve irrigation
  • Improve productivity
  • Accelerate technology transfer

 

To do so, a productive, competitive, diversified and sustainable agricultural sector will need to emerge at an accelerated pace. Therefore, it is required when investors and policy makers should look at proactive measures to meet the challenges.

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 – The Focus Areas

 

  • Use of quality seeds and application of fertilizers for enhancing productivity
  • Diversification in crop production and focus on high-value crops
  • Use of modern farm equipments for enhancing productivity in a sustainable manner
  • Improvisation of storage facilities like cold storage, warehouses through PPP initiative
  • Water management and use of micro-irrigation techniques
  • Development of infrastructure to strengthen farm to market connectivity
  • Adoption of modern techniques for  post harvest management
  • Adoption of mechanized and modern technologies in food processing sector
  • Improvising and strengthening of the agri-export zones
  • Promotion of Dairy, Poultry, Meat & Fisheries Schemes for investment in the sector.
  • Upgradation of new technologies for better productivity in the Dairy, Poultry, Meat & Fisheries sector
  • Financing schemes  in the sectors
  • Extensive R&D to assist farmers in the production of crops
  • Focus on North -East potential

 

Objectives : 4th Agro Protech 2013

 

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 will provide an opportunity to technology and service providers to display their technologies and their benefits to the audiences and user industry. There will be an exhibition-cum-conference to have meaningful discussion for three days. The programme will……

·         Generate investor and stakeholder interest in the agriculture, horticulture, processed food and related sectors including dairy, poultry, meat & animal husbandry etc of India

·         Highlight the innovative technologies and services while acting as a platform for farm sector players to explore opportunities for contract farming, sourcing, processing, value addition, distribution and marketing.

·         Identify profitable sector related projects

·         Provide to the private players a glimpse of the opportunities that lie in the area of poultry, dairy, animal husbandry, food processing and infrastructure development.

·         Providing a platform for State Governments to showcase the advantages of their state potential to the stakeholders of the sector for initiate investment to their state.

·         Provide opportunity for business networking with the business community of South-Asian as well as European countries culminating in promotion of trade in the agri, food-processing and related sectors.

 

Event highlights:

 

  • Three-Day Conference – Covering all the critical aspects attached with agriculture, horticulture and food processing with dedicated sessions on agriculture and horticulture, livestock including poultry, dairy and fisheries, processed food, infrastructure and research, international trade and financial inclusion.

 

  • Three-Day Exhibition – Display state-of-the-art agro and food related product, technology, machinery, packaging, etc in three air conditioned hangers

 

  • Two-day Farmers’ Meet – Participation of farmers from all over India for attending technical seminars and trainings

 

  • Two-day Reverse Buyer-Seller Meet – Buyer Seller meet with farmers, manufacturers, buyers.

 

Highlights 3rd Agro Protech 2011

3rd – 5th November 2011, Milan Mela Grounds, Kolkata

 

 

◘        The mega event was organized with the  Support of Ministry of Agriculture, GoI, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, GoI and ICAR

◘        The inauguration of this mega event was done in the presence of various Central & State Ministers, Scientists and bureaucrats including industry leader and farmers.

◘        The event was actively participated by seven states, namely, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Nagaland

◘        More than 100  Government and Private organizations participated to this mega event for three days in three air condition hangers

◘        The three day long farmers meet was organised in the presence of more than 6000 farmers and the conference was attended by 1500 delegates.

 

Speaker Profile

 

Ø  Union Ministers & Union Secretaries

Ø  Ministers of State Government from Participating States

Ø  Secretaries & Directors from relevant government departments

Ø  Experts of Agriculture & Food Scientists

Ø  Faculty of Agriculture universities

Ø  Key industry leaders

Ø  Senior officials from Banking and Financial institutions

 

Visitor Profile

 

Central / State Establishments l Central government agencies and departments l Agri Marketing Boards l Agricultural engineering corporations l Agriculture department related organizations l Agro Industry Corporations l Agri Finance Corporations l Banks and Credit Agencies l Co-operatives of Food & Consumer protection l Dealers / Channel partners / Traders l Agri Insurance Corporation l Entrepreneurs l Millers l Packaging equipment & machinery and users of storage equipment l International Experts l Associations boards & other nodal agencies l Traders, wholesalers of commodities l Universities, Research Institutions & colleges l Commodity Exchange organizations l Growers l Farmers

 

Exhibitor Profile

 

Central & State Government l Government Agencies l ICAR Institutions l Irrigation & water management companies l Fertilizer & Chemical Companies l Pesticides & Insecticides companies l Export promotion councils l Inspection, Product & Quality Certifications companies l Maintenance and automation systems l Processed Food companies l Packaging Technology & Machinery companies l Post Harvest Technologies & Equipment providers l Quality control testing and coding l Warehousing Corporations Cold Storages l Export / Trading houses l Training Institutions l  Banks & Financial Institutions

For further details please contact:

Exhibition

Mr Sarwesh Kumar Kanodia

+919830599066

expo2@indianchamber.net

  

November 2013 Edition:

4th AGROPROTECH 2013

Towards Productive, Competitive, Diversified and Sustainable Second Green Revolution

 

28th – 30th November 2013

Milan Mela Grounds & ITC Sonar Kolkata

 

India’s Premiere Agriculture, Horticulture, Food Processing, Dairy, Poultry, Meat, Fishery, Farm Equipments & Packaging Technology Show

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

After the immensely successful 3rd AGRO PROTECH 2011, the Indian Chamber of Commerce is organizing the 4th AGRO PROTECH 2013 - the 3-day mega event from 28th – 30th November 2013 at Milan Mela Grounds & ITC Sonar, Kolkata.

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 – the single platform with 360° solution

 

Introduction:

Agriculture is the dominant sector of the Indian economy, growing at an average rate of 3.4 per cent from last decade. India is the second-largest producer of food in the world and holds the potential of being the biggest on global food and agriculture canvas.

The agriculture sector is now moving towards another green revolution. The transformations in the sector are being induced by factors like newfound interest of the organised sector, new and improved technologies, mechanized farming, rapid growth of contract farming, easy credit facilities, etc.

India is expected to remain self-sufficient in the production of food staples until 2025.  To ensure the food security, the major thrust should be on:

  • Increase investment
  • Improve irrigation
  • Improve productivity
  • Accelerate technology transfer

 

To do so, a productive, competitive, diversified and sustainable agricultural sector will need to emerge at an accelerated pace. Therefore, it is required when investors and policy makers should look at proactive measures to meet the challenges.

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 – The Focus Areas

 

  • Use of quality seeds and application of fertilizers for enhancing productivity
  • Diversification in crop production and focus on high-value crops
  • Use of modern farm equipments for enhancing productivity in a sustainable manner
  • Improvisation of storage facilities like cold storage, warehouses through PPP initiative
  • Water management and use of micro-irrigation techniques
  • Development of infrastructure to strengthen farm to market connectivity
  • Adoption of modern techniques for  post harvest management
  • Adoption of mechanized and modern technologies in food processing sector
  • Improvising and strengthening of the agri-export zones
  • Promotion of Dairy, Poultry, Meat & Fisheries Schemes for investment in the sector.
  • Upgradation of new technologies for better productivity in the Dairy, Poultry, Meat & Fisheries sector
  • Financing schemes  in the sectors
  • Extensive R&D to assist farmers in the production of crops
  • Focus on North -East potential

 

Objectives : 4th Agro Protech 2013

 

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 will provide an opportunity to technology and service providers to display their technologies and their benefits to the audiences and user industry. There will be an exhibition-cum-conference to have meaningful discussion for three days. The programme will……

·         Generate investor and stakeholder interest in the agriculture, horticulture, processed food and related sectors including dairy, poultry, meat & animal husbandry etc of India

·         Highlight the innovative technologies and services while acting as a platform for farm sector players to explore opportunities for contract farming, sourcing, processing, value addition, distribution and marketing.

·         Identify profitable sector related projects

·         Provide to the private players a glimpse of the opportunities that lie in the area of poultry, dairy, animal husbandry, food processing and infrastructure development.

·         Providing a platform for State Governments to showcase the advantages of their state potential to the stakeholders of the sector for initiate investment to their state.

·         Provide opportunity for business networking with the business community of South-Asian as well as European countries culminating in promotion of trade in the agri, food-processing and related sectors.

 

Event highlights:

 

  • Three-Day Conference – Covering all the critical aspects attached with agriculture, horticulture and food processing with dedicated sessions on agriculture and horticulture, livestock including poultry, dairy and fisheries, processed food, infrastructure and research, international trade and financial inclusion.

 

  • Three-Day Exhibition – Display state-of-the-art agro and food related product, technology, machinery, packaging, etc in three air conditioned hangers

 

  • Two-day Farmers’ Meet – Participation of farmers from all over India for attending technical seminars and trainings

 

  • Two-day Reverse Buyer-Seller Meet – Buyer Seller meet with farmers, manufacturers, buyers.

 

Highlights 3rd Agro Protech 2011

3rd – 5th November 2011, Milan Mela Grounds, Kolkata

 

 

◘        The mega event was organized with the  Support of Ministry of Agriculture, GoI, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, GoI and ICAR

◘        The inauguration of this mega event was done in the presence of various Central & State Ministers, Scientists and bureaucrats including industry leader and farmers.

◘        The event was actively participated by seven states, namely, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Nagaland

◘        More than 100  Government and Private organizations participated to this mega event for three days in three air condition hangers

◘        The three day long farmers meet was organised in the presence of more than 6000 farmers and the conference was attended by 1500 delegates.

 

Speaker Profile

 

Ø  Union Ministers & Union Secretaries

Ø  Ministers of State Government from Participating States

Ø  Secretaries & Directors from relevant government departments

Ø  Experts of Agriculture & Food Scientists

Ø  Faculty of Agriculture universities

Ø  Key industry leaders

Ø  Senior officials from Banking and Financial institutions

 

Visitor Profile

 

Central / State Establishments l Central government agencies and departments l Agri Marketing Boards l Agricultural engineering corporations l Agriculture department related organizations l Agro Industry Corporations l Agri Finance Corporations l Banks and Credit Agencies l Co-operatives of Food & Consumer protection l Dealers / Channel partners / Traders l Agri Insurance Corporation l Entrepreneurs l Millers l Packaging equipment & machinery and users of storage equipment l International Experts l Associations boards & other nodal agencies l Traders, wholesalers of commodities l Universities, Research Institutions & colleges l Commodity Exchange organizations l Growers l Farmers

 

Exhibitor Profile

 

Central & State Government l Government Agencies l ICAR Institutions l Irrigation & water management companies l Fertilizer & Chemical Companies l Pesticides & Insecticides companies l Export promotion councils l Inspection, Product & Quality Certifications companies l Maintenance and automation systems l Processed Food companies l Packaging Technology & Machinery companies l Post Harvest Technologies & Equipment providers l Quality control testing and coding l Warehousing Corporations Cold Storages l Export / Trading houses l Training Institutions l  Banks & Financial Institutions

 

For further details please contact:

Exhibition

Mr Sarwesh Kumar Kanodia

+919830599066

expo2@indianchamber.net

 

AGRO PROTECH 2013

4th AGROPROTECH 2013

Towards Productive, Competitive, Diversified and Sustainable Second Green Revolution

 

28th – 30th November 2013

Milan Mela Grounds & ITC Sonar Kolkata

 

India’s Premiere Agriculture, Horticulture, Food Processing, Dairy, Poultry, Meat, Fishery, Farm Equipments & Packaging Technology Show

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

After the immensely successful 3rd AGRO PROTECH 2011, the Indian Chamber of Commerce is organizing the 4th AGRO PROTECH 2013 - the 3-day mega event from 28th – 30th November 2013 at Milan Mela Grounds & ITC Sonar, Kolkata.

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 – the single platform with 360° solution

 

Introduction:

Agriculture is the dominant sector of the Indian economy, growing at an average rate of 3.4 per cent from last decade. India is the second-largest producer of food in the world and holds the potential of being the biggest on global food and agriculture canvas.

The agriculture sector is now moving towards another green revolution. The transformations in the sector are being induced by factors like newfound interest of the organised sector, new and improved technologies, mechanized farming, rapid growth of contract farming, easy credit facilities, etc.

India is expected to remain self-sufficient in the production of food staples until 2025.  To ensure the food security, the major thrust should be on:

  • Increase investment
  • Improve irrigation
  • Improve productivity
  • Accelerate technology transfer

 

To do so, a productive, competitive, diversified and sustainable agricultural sector will need to emerge at an accelerated pace. Therefore, it is required when investors and policy makers should look at proactive measures to meet the challenges.

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 – The Focus Areas

 

  • Use of quality seeds and application of fertilizers for enhancing productivity
  • Diversification in crop production and focus on high-value crops
  • Use of modern farm equipments for enhancing productivity in a sustainable manner
  • Improvisation of storage facilities like cold storage, warehouses through PPP initiative
  • Water management and use of micro-irrigation techniques
  • Development of infrastructure to strengthen farm to market connectivity
  • Adoption of modern techniques for  post harvest management
  • Adoption of mechanized and modern technologies in food processing sector
  • Improvising and strengthening of the agri-export zones
  • Promotion of Dairy, Poultry, Meat & Fisheries Schemes for investment in the sector.
  • Upgradation of new technologies for better productivity in the Dairy, Poultry, Meat & Fisheries sector
  • Financing schemes  in the sectors
  • Extensive R&D to assist farmers in the production of crops
  • Focus on North -East potential

 

Objectives : 4th Agro Protech 2013

 

 

4th Agro Protech 2013 will provide an opportunity to technology and service providers to display their technologies and their benefits to the audiences and user industry. There will be an exhibition-cum-conference to have meaningful discussion for three days. The programme will……

·         Generate investor and stakeholder interest in the agriculture, horticulture, processed food and related sectors including dairy, poultry, meat & animal husbandry etc of India

·         Highlight the innovative technologies and services while acting as a platform for farm sector players to explore opportunities for contract farming, sourcing, processing, value addition, distribution and marketing.

·         Identify profitable sector related projects

·         Provide to the private players a glimpse of the opportunities that lie in the area of poultry, dairy, animal husbandry, food processing and infrastructure development.

·         Providing a platform for State Governments to showcase the advantages of their state potential to the stakeholders of the sector for initiate investment to their state.

·         Provide opportunity for business networking with the business community of South-Asian as well as European countries culminating in promotion of trade in the agri, food-processing and related sectors.

 

Event highlights:

 

  • Three-Day Conference – Covering all the critical aspects attached with agriculture, horticulture and food processing with dedicated sessions on agriculture and horticulture, livestock including poultry, dairy and fisheries, processed food, infrastructure and research, international trade and financial inclusion.

 

  • Three-Day Exhibition – Display state-of-the-art agro and food related product, technology, machinery, packaging, etc in three air conditioned hangers

 

  • Two-day Farmers’ Meet – Participation of farmers from all over India for attending technical seminars and trainings

 

  • Two-day Reverse Buyer-Seller Meet – Buyer Seller meet with farmers, manufacturers, buyers.

 

Highlights 3rd Agro Protech 2011

3rd – 5th November 2011, Milan Mela Grounds, Kolkata

 

 

◘        The mega event was organized with the  Support of Ministry of Agriculture, GoI, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, GoI and ICAR

◘        The inauguration of this mega event was done in the presence of various Central & State Ministers, Scientists and bureaucrats including industry leader and farmers.

◘        The event was actively participated by seven states, namely, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Nagaland

◘        More than 100  Government and Private organizations participated to this mega event for three days in three air condition hangers

◘        The three day long farmers meet was organised in the presence of more than 6000 farmers and the conference was attended by 1500 delegates.

 

Speaker Profile

 

Ø  Union Ministers & Union Secretaries

Ø  Ministers of State Government from Participating States

Ø  Secretaries & Directors from relevant government departments

Ø  Experts of Agriculture & Food Scientists

Ø  Faculty of Agriculture universities

Ø  Key industry leaders

Ø  Senior officials from Banking and Financial institutions

 

Visitor Profile

 

Central / State Establishments l Central government agencies and departments l Agri Marketing Boards l Agricultural engineering corporations l Agriculture department related organizations l Agro Industry Corporations l Agri Finance Corporations l Banks and Credit Agencies l Co-operatives of Food & Consumer protection l Dealers / Channel partners / Traders l Agri Insurance Corporation l Entrepreneurs l Millers l Packaging equipment & machinery and users of storage equipment l International Experts l Associations boards & other nodal agencies l Traders, wholesalers of commodities l Universities, Research Institutions & colleges l Commodity Exchange organizations l Growers l Farmers

 

Exhibitor Profile

 

Central & State Government l Government Agencies l ICAR Institutions l Irrigation & water management companies l Fertilizer & Chemical Companies l Pesticides & Insecticides companies l Export promotion councils l Inspection, Product & Quality Certifications companies l Maintenance and automation systems l Processed Food companies l Packaging Technology & Machinery companies l Post Harvest Technologies & Equipment providers l Quality control testing and coding l Warehousing Corporations Cold Storages l Export / Trading houses l Training Institutions l  Banks & Financial Institutions

 

For further details please contact:

Exhibition

Mr Sarwesh Kumar Kanodia

+919830599066

expo2@indianchamber.net

 

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  • Kolkata (India)

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