CASP participated of the IPPE 2017 show in Atlanta with a focus on exports to Latin America and Africa.
CASP, one of the largest equipment industries for poultry, swine and grain storage in Brazil, participated of IPPE 2017 between January 31 and February 2 in Atlanta, Georgia. With your technical staff present, the objectives were to know the innovations and trends that will drive the market throughout the year and expand exports to Latin America and Africa. The fair, considered the biggest annual event of the poultry industry, meat and feed, is based on innovations and gathered more than 1,200 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors, including more than 7,200 international from 140 countries. By 2017, the fair continued to highlight the presence of exhibitors from Latin America and the Caribbean, providing educational programs and networking activities.
According to the export manager of animal protein from CASP, Jorge Bianchi, the poultry show brings all trends that will be observed during the year and also serves as a thermometer for the market. “We are getting visitors from worldwide and we have important meetings with decision makers looking for complete solutions offered by CASP. Big business is expected to start here.”
In the booth was possible to know the entire line of CASP for grains storage and animal protein with exhibition of products such as feeder for broilers Smartflex; feeder MatriFlex for breeding males and the automatic drinker CASP Superflux, also a video with animations of the feeder for breeder with suspension model S-70E and Vita CASP, electronic feeding system for sows in gestation with 100% Brazilian technology.