AB Vista to promote gut health expertise at VIV MEA 2023Published Monday, 13th November 2023
The fourth annual edition of VIV MEA is taking place in Abu Dhabi, from the 20th to 22nd of November. We are looking forward to exhibiting at this renowned show, the biggest Feed to Food exhibition in the region.
Several of our AB Vista experts – Adrian Kaszuba (Regional Sales Director, EMEA), Awadalla Ombabi (Regional Sales Director MENA) and Bárbara Gil (EMEA Marketing Manager) – will be attending and are looking forward to sharing knowledge and discussing feed intelligence solutions to support you at every stage in the production process.
Visitors to the stand can expect to learn more about our wide range of products and services focused on animal gut health and resilience and helping producers make more from less – particularly pertinent issues for the industry globally.
In the realm of animal gut health, our team of experts is particularly passionate about sharing information on Progres®, our patented natural resin acids product designed to support gut integrity and animal performance, across species.
The AB Vista booth – which we’ll be sharing with our distributor, Kubbar International – is located in Hall 08. K010. We look forward to seeing you there!
An event highlight of the calendar year, VIV MEA serves as a platform for agricultural innovation – featuring seminars, workshops, panel discussions and roundtables from industry thought leaders, researchers and pioneers. Attended by 500 exhibiting companies from more than 40 countries worldwide, over 8,000 visitors are expected this year.
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