Agritech Expo Tanzania is an outdoor expo enabling the event to host unique event features such as live technology demonstrations of agricultural machinery and products, amongst others.
The event offers visitors a unique opportunity to meet some of the world’s leading agricultural companies, network with fellow agricultural professionals as well as government and union officials.
Provides take-home knowledge and skills from the free-to-attend interactive training workshops, in order for farmers of all scales to make informed decisions on new products and agri supplies by comparing them side by side in one location.
Agritech Expo Tanzania will take place in Arusha, Tanzania and will adopt an outdoor, interactive model for farming professionals to meet directly with suppliers and vendor companies, to discuss farming methods, practices and future requirements.
Arusha will be hosting this prestigious event and will incorporate the conference and congress elements, along with a larger focus on outdoor displays of machinery, irrigation solutions, livestock and veterinary services and products that will boost yields, productivity and profitability.
In April this year, the third edition of Agritech Expo Zambia in Chisamba firmly established itself as the leading outdoor agri event in the region with a record-breaking attendance of 17,605 visitors and 160 exhibitors over 70,000 sqm of space. The three-day expo also featured two international pavilions, from Germany and Zimbabwe, welcomed two agriculture ministers, from Zambia and the Czech Republic, and the Zambian President H.E Edgar Lungu officially opened the show.
In Tanzania the industry has responded with great enthusiasm to the first Agritech Expo taking place in Arusha in January. Leading agri suppliers have already confirmed their sponsorships at the event, including Hughes Motors, Lonagro, Ford, Rivulis, Irrico, HortPro, Maji, FNB, Neptun, AMDT and John Deere.
Event dates and location:
Exhibition: 26-27 January 2017
Commercial Farmers’ Focus Day: 26 January 2017
Venue: Selian Agricultural Research Institute, Arusha/Dodoma Main Road, Arusha