!!! Important !!! The 2020 edition of SPACE has been officially cancelled by the organisers due to coronavirus.
A Brief Introduction
There’s much to be explored in the way food is produced and much is being done to improve this at the start of the supply chain before food processing and the packaging industry step in. SPACE is exactly the international trade fair to give exhaustive information on new methods for animal production, improved standards and technical innovation. The annual fair is a mainstay on Rennes’ event schedule where over 1450 exhibitors are showcasing their advancements and solutions for the entire value chain. The audience itself is one not to be missed – over 110,000 trade visitors.
An Industry Profile
SPACE services the entire industry, which is part of why it’s grown to this scope. Visitors find the exact methods, feed and machinery they need regardless of species – cattle (dairy and meat), pigs, poultry, sheep, goats, rabbits and aquaculture. In fact, organizers report that 700 bovine and ovine specimen are usually put up as presentation, which makes this a unique procurement platform – one where you interact with the end results face to face. Another way products are divided is by purpose. There is animal feed and nutrition, farm equipment and building, animal health, genetics, milking equipment, agrobiology and energies. SPACE also bears a reputation as a major genetics hub, to which the almost 100 conferences and symposiums will testify!
Go Fair Takes You There
Next, to having your booth sorted out, it’s crucial to book the right hotel for your business trip. You don’t want to overspend or to be too far from Parc des Expositions in Rennes to make it a logistical nightmare. This is where Go Fair ltd steps in as the premier provider for hotel accommodation for trade exhibitions. A personal travel assistant is assigned on your case to get you results back the same day. We tap into an extensive database of properties in Paris to locate the one that saves you the most money and places you closes to the exhibition venue.