Aviemore the mer­rier

Scot­tish show ex­pects record num­bers of ex­hibitors and visi­tors from around the world

Fish Farmer - - News -

Now in its 10th year, the bi­en­nial Aqua­cul­ture UO is the most im­por­tant aqua­cul­ture ex­hi­bi­tion and con­fer­ence in the Bri­tish Isles. Each time it is held it gets big­ger and more valu­able to the in­dus­try, and is firmly es­tab­lished as an im­por­tant and truly in­ter­na­tional trade venue for the aqua­cul­ture sec­tor.

Aqua­cul­ture UK 2016 has 45 per cent more ex­hi­bi­tion space than pre­vi­ous years, over 100 ex­hibitors are al­ready booked and it is ex­pect­ing a record high of more than 1,000 visi­tors over the course of the two days.

The show o ers ex­hibitors a valu­able op­por­tu­nity to launch new prod­ucts, meet de­ci­sion mak­ers and pro­mote their prod­ucts and ser­vices. Eo other UK event pro­vides aqua­cul­ture pro­fes­sion­als with such di­rect ac­cess to qual­i­fied buy­ers and sup­pli­ers from all over the globe cov­er­ing ev­ery as­pect of the aqua­cul­ture in­dus­try.

All the ma­jor aqua­cul­ture coun­tries are rep­re­sented by ex­hibitors and visi­tors, who have in the past noted the ex­cel­lent at­mos­phere and friendly in­ter­ac­tion they en­joy at Aqua­cul­ture UK.

Founder David Mack, who has re­cently handed over the reins for Aq-

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