Sæplast a part of the biggest Seafood fair in the world. The Seafood Expo Global.

The Sæplast team is at Seafood Expo Global at Brussels, Belgium. The Seafood fair is held 25.-27. April 2017.

Seafood Expo Global, co-located with Seafood Processing Global, is the world's largest seafood fair. Attracting buyers and sellers from 79 countries around the world and featuring the stands of nearly 1800 exhibitors, Seafood Expo Global is the global can't-miss fair for the seafood industry.

+ Source and compare the world's largest selection of seafood products and suppliers.
+ Learn about emerging industry trends and technologies. 
+ Sample the newest, most innovative products before they reach the consumer market.

Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global (formerly the European Seafood Exposition/Seafood Processing Europe) is the world’s largest seafood trade event. More than 25,800 buyers, suppliers, media, and other seafood professionals from 150 countries visit the exposition. Attendees come to meet with existing suppliers, source new products and network with other industry professionals. It is the global place where the seafood industry meets.

Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global is brought to you by Diversified Communications, experts in organizing the world’s largest seafood events and leading print and online media. With a reach of more than 260,000 seafood professionals, Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global benefits from Diversified’s existing relationships and resources to ensure the right buyers, distributors, importers, exporters and wholesalers attend Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global.

“We are thrilled to be celebrating 25 editions of bringing the global seafood community together under one roof and see continued growth in the event year after year,” said Wynter Courmont, Event Director for Diversified Communications. “Each year, this exposition continues to offer an excellent opportunity for the international seafood community to meet, network and get industry news at a global level.”


Source: Seafood Expo Global website

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