China International Import Expo (CIIE) will bring together importers and exporters to conduct new business under government supervision
Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) will participate, with the support of the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brazil) of the China International Import Expo (CIIE). The event starts today and will continue until Saturday (10), Shanghai (China).
Organized by the Chinese government, the CIIE will have the purpose to define the schedule of Chinese imports for the next five years.
The event is exclusive and limited to guests, bringing together Chinese importers and exporters from around the world to foster new business, under the supervision of the Asian country’s government.
At the time, the poultry and swine production in Brazil will be represented by the Executive Director of the Association of Animal Protein (ABPA), Ricardo Santin, and the trade promotion analyst, Nayara Dalmolin present in a booth in the space of Apex-Brazil in CIIE.
“The political weight and strategic importance of this event make it essentially the participation of ABPA in the event, enhancing the partnership and encouraging new business between Brazilian exporters and importers in China. We will increase the availability of our industry to follow as a reliable partner for the food security of the Chinese population,” says Santin.
ABOUT ABPA — The ABPA is the political and institutional representation of poultry and pig farming in Brazil. It brings together over 140 companies and organizations of the various links in the poultry and pig farming in Brazil, responsible for an export portfolio in excess of $8 billion.
Under the tutelage of ABPA is the management, in partnership with Apex-Brazil, the three sector brands of Brazilian exports of poultry, eggs, and pigs: Brazilian Chicken, Egg, and Brazilian Pork.
Through its industry brands, ABPA promotes special actions in target markets and discloses the differential of poultry and pig products from Brazil — such as quality, health status and sustainability of production — and fosters new business for the export chain eggs and broiler chickens and pigs.