IDMA and VICTAM cooperation set to benefit the grain and feed sectors
Parantez International Fairs and VICTAM International each organise events for the grain and feed milling sectors, they have announced that they will be combining their success and expertise under one roof at the 2021 IDMA Fair on the 11-13th March 2021 in Istanbul, Turkey.
the 9th International Flour, Feed, Semolina, Rice, Corn, Bulgur Milling Machinery and Pulses, Pasta, Biscuit Technologies Fair will be a major international event.
Together with the slogan 'International activity of the grain and feed milling industry', the two companies aim to create a significant added value by bringing together all the components of the grain, feed and legumes sectors under the umbrella of IDMA and VICTAM EMEA.
VICTAM International, a major event organiser in the animal feed processing sector in different parts of the world has said it aims to strengthen its presence in Europe, Middle East and Africa with this partnership.
Sebas Van den Ende, General Manager of VICTAM International BV, recalls that both parties who signed the agreement are aiming to be the strongest and largest event in the region.
Mr Van Den Ende said, 'This cooperation provides an entry into the region for VICTAM and a strategic way for IDMA to respond to the growing competition. This joint venture, which adopts a win-win strategy, can create a synergy in sales, marketing and operations and can be a catching answer for companies wishing to enter the region. The aim of the partnership is to have a long-term cooperation for the benefit of both parties.'
Commenting on how important this partnership is for strengthening of the sector, the Parantez International Fair Organisation's President, Zübeyde Kavraz said, 'We live in a period where food safety and sustainable production are at the forefront. Therefore, the development and strengthening of our cereal, feed and pulses sectors as Parantez and VICTAM are extremely important in terms of ensuring food safety and sustainable production in the world. Because cereal and pulses-based foods and animal products continue to constitute the most basic food sources of human beings."
For more information visit the IDMA 2021 website, HERE.