ATLANTA — The International Production & Processing Expo will be hosting its annual event once again at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga. Many people from all over the world will be in attendance at the IPPE.
“We look forward to welcoming our domestic and international attendees to the 2023 IPPE! There is nothing like meeting face-to-face to experience all that IPPE offers in innovation, networking and learning opportunities,” IPPE show management said.
This will be the U.S. Poultry and Egg Association’s 75th International Poultry Expo. This year will also be the 11th annual combination of the IPE with the American Feed Industry Association’s International Feed Expo, and the North American Meat Institute’s International Meat Expo, forming the IPPE.
The show dates and times for this year’s Expo will be:
- Tuesday, Jan. 24: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Wednesday, Jan. 25: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Thursday, Jan. 26: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
The event will provide educational opportunities to all of the people in attendance such as sessions on a wide range of subjects. Along with the educational sessions, there will be the return of the Poultry Market Intelligence Forum. This forum gives understanding into market movements and trade developments for poultry products around the world. The Animal Sustainability plans to provide more information to the public in regard to sustainable projects that protein sectors are planning to use in the future.
Some other highlights of this conference include:
- This will be the fifth year that the Latin America Summit will be attending the expo. The organization will be myth busting and presenting facts about the Latin American poultry industry to the public. They will also be giving information about regulations, health, transport and animal welfare.
- The Expo plans to benefit college students by giving opportunities to meet potential employers and interview with them. This will also help students looking for internship opportunities.
- The American Feed Industry Association will be hosting the “Business Continuity in Times of Disruption. It will take place on Jan. 26, and it will address future challenges for the poultry industry. These challenges include animal or human pandemics.
- The show floor will include the Georgia World Congress Center exhibit halls, with more than 515,000 square feet of exhibits from some 1,200 companies and organizations. Many industries in the poultry industry will be in attendance such as meat and feed organizations along with universities. Companies that provide feed equipment and ingredients, meat processing and packing, genetic information in regard to poultry, live animal production and egg production will also be in attendance.
For growers, seek out the special coupon in this edition of the Poultry Times for a special $5 onsite registration fee.
Registration for IPPE 2022 is open. More information about any area of the Expo can be found at https://www.ippexpo.org.