Plans on-going ahead of Agritech Expo 5th anniversary edition

Plans on-going ahead of Agritech Expo 5th anniversary edition

Organisers of the annual Agritech Expo Zambia have expressed optimism ahead of this year’s event.

The agric-show is expected to introduce new feature areas and more farming professionals from more countries attending.

In addition, opportunities to network with industry peers, find new distributors and showcase product and service range to a captive audience of farming professionals.

Klein Karoo Seed has applauded Agritech Expo for helping the company reach out to farmers all over the country.

“We had farmers from all over the country and outside passing through the Klein Karoo stands to collect information and see planting demonstrations.”

“We are still getting calls from farmers who came through inquiring on when we’ll take our products to their areas,” said Ben Kanga, Klein Karoo Seed Marketing, Zambia.

With over 20,000+ farming professionals, 40 countries and 270+ exhibiting companies all in attendance, Agritech Expo Zambia 2018 has more to offer.

The 5th year anniversary of this internationally acclaimed agric showcase will bring farmers of all scales together to meet directly with suppliers, distributors, agents, government officials and industry stakeholders.

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