IFFO’s China Workshop, in Guangzhou, to explore the value points and global market dynamics of marine ingredients

IFFO – The Marine Ingredients Organisation will hold the 6th IFFO Marine Ingredients China Workshop on 12th December in Guangzhou, South China, the capital city of Guangdong province which is China’s biggest aquafeed producing region. An offline event, it is open to both IFFO members and non-members.

The full day workshop will start on 12th December at 8:30 Beijing Time.

Maggie Xu, China Director at IFFO: “China is the world’s largest user of fishmeal. The workshop will focus on the global marine ingredients market, production and consumption in Vietnam, Europe and Chile, and regulations and standards on imported feed in China, fishmeal/fish oil application, and China Fishmeal demand”.

aqua chinaSpeakers will include DUAN Xiaohong, from China Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Association; Prof./Dr. He Gen, from Ocean University of China; Prof./Dr. NIU Jin, from Sun Yat-sen University; Dr. XU Houguo, from the Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, at Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences; Henry Qu, China Market Analyst, from IFFO; Ngo Nha Truc, Deputy Manager, from Kanematsu Vietnam; Anne Mette Baek, from Marine Ingredients Denmark and the European Fishmeal Association; Francisco Ovalle, from Orizon S.A.; HUANG Lun, Animal Protein Purchasing Director, Tongwei Agricultural Development Co. Ltd.

This workshop will be composed of presentations and panel discussions, and topics will include market dynamics, processing technology, value-added application, regulations and standards.

The full agenda can be accessed here. Delegates may register here, the deadline of which is 1st December, Beijing time.

The workshop will take place in Chinese and English with simultaneous interpretation.


About IFFO - The Marine Ingredients Organisation:

IFFO is an international trade organisation that represents the marine ingredients industry, such as fishmeal, fish oil and other related industries.

Marine ingredients are nutritious products used mainly for aquafeed, land animal feed as well as for human consumption and are derived from marine organisms such as fish, krill, shellfish and algae.

IFFO’s 250 members reside in around 50 countries, account for over 55% of world production and 80% of the fishmeal and fish oil traded worldwide. IFFO is an accredited Observer to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). More information at www.iffo.com