DairyTech 2020 opens to the dairy industry


A buzzing opening day for DairyTech 2020

DairyTech opens with over 200 market leading companies from 12 different countries.

Senior figures, technologists and engineers from milk processing and dairy production firms from across Russia and neighbouring countries attended on the first day to explore the entire production chain under one roof.

In his opening speech for the plenary session, Andrei Razin, Minister of Agriculture and Food of the Moscow Region, noted the importance of providing future generations with quality, natural products. “We have these products in Russia, in the Moscow region, but we must learn to talk about what is truly useful. This is a big challenge, which is not talked about enough.”

 

 
Visitors appreciated the display of latest developments on the market and the best deals covering the full cycle of milk processing and dairy production: from milking equipment to packaging.

According to visitors, DairyTech is an opportunity over 4 days to discover the full range of the latest equipment, technologies, and materials from leading companies to resolve production issues ahead of the hot season.

Extensive exhibits are presented by leading market players including SIG Combibloc, AVE, Elopak, Galdi, GEA, IMA, Kieselmann, Profitex, Tauras - Fenix, ULMA Packaging, Molmash, Gigamash, Rotor Separator, and MiSSP Kropotkin Plant.

Over 60 manufacturers and suppliers from Germany, Denmark, France, Italy and Russia are exhibiting for the first time, presenting equipment for producing dairy products and cheeses, lines for bottling and packaging, as well as components and materials for the dairy industry.

 

 

DairyTech 2020 content programme begins

The exhibition’s rich content programme of conferences, masterclasses and round table discussions, began today with a plenary session on growth points, new products and technologies in the dairy industry, moderated by Artyom Belov, Soyuzmoloko and attended by Olga Abramova, Minister of Agriculture of the Udmurt Republic.

 

 
“The plenary session was wonderful: we discussed all the key challenges that the dairy industry can expect in 2020. We talked about technology, demand, efficiency, expertise, changing consumer preferences, and competition from alternative products. We managed to cover all these topics, and communicate meaningfully on how the dairy industry will develop,” said Mr Belov. 

DairyTech 2020 continues until 21 February at Pavilion 2, Crocus Expo.

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