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VICTAM and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia postponed to January 2022

29 April 20202 min reading

VICTAM and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia, which was planned for 9 – 11 July 2020 in Bangkok, has been postponed to 18 – 20 January 2022 due to the continued outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the feed industry along with other business branches. In this context, the organizers of VICTAM and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia, which was planned for 9 – 11 July 2020 in Bangkok, announced that they decided to postpone the organization to 18-20 January 2022. They sent an e-mail to all exhibitors and said that because attending the exhibition is not their clients’ priority as of now, they thought that postponing the event to a safer date would be the best solution for giving the stakeholders room to breathe and focus on other vital aspects. The announcement also underlined that the participation agreements of the event would remain effective.

The announcement bearing the signatures of the top managers of both VICTAM Corporation and VNU Asia Pacific, co-organizers of the prominent exhibition, includes the following messages:

“With this e-mail, we officially inform you that the event VICTAM and Animal Health and Nutrition Asia, which was planned for 9 – 11 July 2020 in Bangkok, has been postponed to 18 – 20 January 2022 due to the continued outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).”

“COVID-19 is still disrupting businesses around the world and we have concluded that being present at the exhibition is, at the moment, not our client’s priority.”

“The main reason to choose January 2022, instead of the second half of this year, is the full event calendar, which could create a conflict of dates for our visitors and exhibitors.”

“Postponing the event to January 2022 will give all stakeholders room to breathe and pay attention to other vital issues.”

“…we believe it is the right decision for the market and we will come back stronger together in 2022.”

“The participation agreements of the event remain fully effective and as we are moving back to the original show halls, all stands will be moved back to their original location in the hall.”

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