Event Date/Time: Oct 11, 2005 End Date/Time: Oct 12, 2005
Registration Date: Oct 10, 2005
Early Registration Date: Sep 30, 2005
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The FOODtech Congress, through its content driven conference programme and exhibition, will address key trends in the food and agriculture sector, bringing together global suppliers of equipment and solutions with local manufacturers. FOODtech 2005 is the only event in Central and Eastern Europe dedicated to the food manufacturing, processing and packaging sector. It is the only professional forum for the discussion of these ideas away from the general food exhibitions in the region and is an ideal platform for assessing both the size, and quality, of these emerging economies.

The inaugural FOODtech 2004, the Central & Eastern European Food Manufacturing, Processing and Packaging Exhibition & Conference, made its debut in Warsaw from 8th - 9th December 2004. Over 600 visitors and more than 55 exhibitors from all over the world participated. Many productive networking meetings happened and delegates attended an informative conference programme.

"Very good opportunity to meet people from different companies, even the competitors. Networking is the aim of this event." LABORATORY QUALITY ADVISER, NESTLE RESEARCH CENTER

At FOODtech leading manufacturers and suppliers of food and beverage manufacturing equipment and services will join a highly targeted grouping of senior executives from the Central and Eastern European food and beverage industry in participating in this Congress designed to share knowledge and awareness in the industry.

The structure of the Congress allows vendors and visitors the chance to determine their own schedule and to plan as many of their meetings in advance as possible. Through its long experience in working with senior executives in all sectors of the food and beverage industry, and its background in organising business information events, marcus evans congresses will ensure the presence of potential buyers from throughout the CEE region.

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