Expo lures Europe’s best farmers to Zambia

Expo lures Europe’s best farmers to Zambia

Zambia’s Agritech Expo will this year provide farmers an opportunity to benchmark from French farmers, the leading European producers.

Organisers of the annual agriculture jamboree said the inaugural French pavilion is part of efforts to boom the Zambian market.

The French pavilion will feature presentations on irrigation with Rivulis, displaying drop irrigation solution, poultry genetic with SASSO and coloured breads.

In addition, milk storage and processing into cheese, cream, yogurt with CHARRIAU and AVEDEMIL that can together provide you with tailor made turnkey solutions for your dairy project and meat processing units with S3A that can offer you turnkey units from very small capacities to much bigger.

Other presentations will be IMV, world leader for animal biotechnologies and the SPACE, world’s second largest animal production show.

The pavilion is supported by ADEPTA a network of 240 French companies which manufacture and supply equipment, technologies and inputs for agriculture, livestock and agrifood production.

ADEPTA’s members are French companies specialized in agriculture and food processing who combine their expertise to meet agro-industrial project needs around the world and offer customized solutions.

Through its members, ADEPTA is a unique showcase of French technology and know-how in these industries. ADEPTA connects the expertise of its members with the needs of Zambian entrepreneurs and helps entrepreneurs to get in touch with all the French companies that are able to contribute to their project.

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