Our group of agribusiness experts at the U.S. Commercial Service is here to help you succeed in the international marketplace.
We can connect you with the right events, associations, and potential business partners to showcase your company’s product to the right overseas audience.
Our network of trade professionals in 75+ countries works for U.S. businesses every day, offering business matchmaking, assistance with international marketing, trade show opportunities, and market intelligence.
We regularly partner with U.S. companies with expertise in:
The Agribusiness Team offers B2B matchmaking, opportunities to learn from country/industry experts, and much more at domestic and foreign trade shows. To see where you’ll find us this next year, check out the events/activities page.
Use the links below to follow trade patterns for a selected NAICS code. Additional trade data is available through the TradeStats Express Database, or through a Trade Specialist at your local USEAC.
|International Poultry Expo/International Feed Expo 2013 -- Agricultural Chemicals, Agricultural Machinery & Eq., Agricultural Products, Agricultural Services, Education/Training Services, Food Processing/Packaging Eq., Packaging Eq.|
The International Poultry Expo is the primary source of funding for the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, the world's largest and most active poultry organization. It represents the entire industry as an "All Feather" association. Membership includes producers and processors of broilers, turkeys, ducks, eggs, and breeding stock, as well as allied companies. : Every segment of the poultry industry is represented: live production, hatchery, processing, further processing, packaging, commercial egg, marketing, and all support activities. The feed expo attracts manufactures, ingredient suppliers, animal health companies, equipment manufacturers, large integrated livestock and poultry producers and firms that provide other goods and services to the commercial animal food industry.
There were 895 exhibitors at the 2012 expo. The shows encompassed two exhibit halls: one hall housed suppliers who deal with processing, further processing, packaging, and marketing poultry meat products; the other hall housed exhibitors who focus on feed manufacturing, egg production and processing, poultry breeding and incubation, poultry health and poultry housing. Attendance totaled over 20,651 visitors. International attendees numbered 4,142, with Latin America constituting the largest segment at 45% of non-US attendees.
This show strongly aligns with the goals of the ITA NEI Agricultural Equipment Strategy
|Charles Olentine, |
Executive Vice President
|Amanda Ayvaz, Trade Event Programs|
International Trade Specialist
|Charles Olentine, International Poultry Expo|