AGRITECHNICA ASIA & HORTI ASIA set to receive agri-community

   Release date: 2022-05-23     Source: VNU ASIA PACIFIC    Author: VNU ASIA PACIFIC    Hits: 96    
Note: AGRITECHNICA ASIA & HORTI ASIA 25-27 May 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand
 AGRITECHNICA ASIA & HORTI ASIA 25-27 May 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand - Third edition of in-person trade
fair with 300 international brands from 26 countries – smart farming pavilion offers live drone demos in halls
– Comprehensive conference program: rice cultivation and German ministry supported trade summit – New
pavilions: Vertical farming and cannabis production

As international travel restrictions to Thailand and the region ease further, from 25 to 27 May
2022, the agricultural and horticultural machinery community for Asia is awaited - in-person - at the
AGRITECHNICA ASIA & HORTI ASIA trade fair in Bangkok, Thailand. Guided by sustainability-led
smart farming, the trade fair will welcome 300 brands from 26 countries, who offer hand-picked solutions
for this region. The event also delivers professional knowledge and networking through its conference
program and practical features like vertical farming, cannabis cultivation and smart farming.

Live demonstrations of drones performing precision tasks within an exhibition hall are planned within the
new Thailand Smart Farming Pavilion, initiated and hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives
(MOAC). The trade fair takes place at BITEC exhibition grounds with a wide range of machinery displays
applicable for the region.

Smart Farming is one of the integrated solutions for the sustainable Agri-Food System. Integrated solutions
need integrated actions from policies, business and the farmers. Precision Agriculture needs to monitor the
changes and apply appropriate technologies at the right place, at the right time and the right rate.
Agritechnica Asia is the place to explore your “right” technology and services that are needed. Dr. Vanida
Khumnirdpetch, Director of the Bureau of Foreign Agricultural Affairs of the Ministry of Agriculture and
Cooperatives, Thailand.

Partner country: Vietnam
For the first time, the organizers of the trade fair, DLG (German Agricultural Society), and VNU Asia
Pacific, have launched a partner country scheme, which aims to offer insights into attractive market
opportunities of Vietnam, the country selected this year. Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural
Development (MARD) will be sending experts and will also host ‘AGRITECHNICA ASIA Live’, an
outdoor event for live machinery demonstrations on the fields, to be held in Can Tho Province, Vietnam,
24-26 August 2022.
“Asia is a strategic region for the company where Maschio Gaspardo invested with two production plants in
China and India. We continue to be present at AGRITECHNICA ASIA, both as partner and exhibitor,
because of the wide audience of the trade fair, which goes well beyond Thailand. We look forward to
presenting to the customers of this region innovations such as precision planters, soil tillage and much
more”, explained Mr. Diego Ranzato, Sales Area Manager APAC, Maschio Gaspardo.
Conference Program highlights:
-Mechanization, Postharvest and Smart Farming for Sustainable Rice Production
A highlight of the conference program is the conference held in English “Towards carbon reduced rice
production and processing”. Organized by International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), the professional
event addresses the mechanization and postharvest management for zero footprint and sustainable rice
production as well as the challenges and opportunities for modernized and low carbon rice cultivation in
Asia-Pacific Trading Summit
As part of its export promotion program, the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) is
supporting the Asia-Pacific Trading Summit, which is aimed at farm equipment manufacturers and offers an
update on current regional requirements in the areas of technology, quality and after-sales services. The
event offers the opportunity to network with experts, manufacturers and trading partners in the region.
Conferences in Thai: Cane and Sugar Industries and Coconut oil production
The conference “Thailand Cane and Sugar Industries after Covid-19” will identify the opportunities for Thai
farmers presented by precision farming and explore the likely developments of the Thai Sugar Industries
following the impact of the pandemic.
The Horticulture Research Institute (HRI) invites all interested to their “Conservation and Development of
Coconut Oil Forum of Thailand (CDCOT)”.
International country pavilions
Country pavilions for Finland, Germany, India, Japan, and the Netherlands, will showcase equipment,
technical solutions and inputs to Asia’ farmers in the regions.
“Taking part with a Dutch pavilion offers our companies the opportunity to participate under the national
banner of “The Netherlands”, “Farming the Future” and “Solving global challenges together”. Dutch
companies have a lot of knowledge and experience in efficient and safe agricultural production. Smart
sustainable agricultural production is the future. Dutch companies and knowledge institutes can cooperate
with you to reach this”, outlined Dr. Gijs Theunissen, Agricultural Counsellor at the Embassy of the
Kingdom of the Netherlands in Thailand.
Connecting People: online platform with streaming and business matching
Following the successful hybrid premiere of the AGRITECHNICA ASIA & HORTI ASIA Regional
Summit- an online/in-person conference with 90 presentations and 1000 attendees - the trade fair will be
offering online streaming of selected events and repeat the attractive online networking environment.
New: Vertical farming and cannabis production
Two new pavilions have been added this year: “Vertical Farming Pavilion” organized by the Association for
Vertical Farming (AVF) and the Cannabis Pavilion.