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The most important shrimp technical event in the region is taking place at the Guayaquil Convention Center, in Ecuador. The commercial exhibition features an area of 7,000 square meters approximately, with more than 200 stands.

Local and foreign companies exhibit the innovation of the industry, through products and services for the aquaculture supply chain. Besides, around three thousand people are expected to visit the trade fair daily this year.

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The technical program includes two programs simultaneously. Addressing issues of animal health, nutrition and feed management, quality and safety, efficient production processes, use of new technologies, sustainability, certifications, and shrimp market projections. More than 60 national and foreign speakers will participate in exhibitions and panels.

International media is participating in the congress. Such as AquaFeed, Panorama Acuícola, and Infofish for the diffusion and coverage of the event. Aqua Expo 2022 is sponsored by Agrantech, BioMar, BiofortSP, Cargill, DSM, Nicovita, Skretting, and USSEC.

The National Chamber of Aquaculture, organizer of the event for more than two decades, invites the world aquaculture sector to be part of the innovation and growth of the industry that meets every year in one place: Aqua Expo 2022. It has been held for more than 20 years.

The success of Aqua Expo is evidenced by the sustainable and inclusive growth of the event, both in the number of participants at the trade fair and in the number of attendees at the congresses, the promoter says.

Those interested in visiting the commercial exhibition or participating in the congress visit
www.aquaexpo.com.ec and manage your passes.

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