At CIIE, ABIEC, ABPA and Apex-Brasil strengthen relations with the Chinese market

Seeking to strengthen relations with Brazil's largest animal protein trading partner, the Brazilian Association of Meat Exporting Industries (ABIEC) and the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA), in partnership with the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) is present until the 10th of November at the China International Import Expo (CIIE), a fair promoted by the Chinese Government in Shanghai.

Posted on Nov 08 ,00:15

At CIIE, ABIEC, ABPA and Apex-Brasil strengthen relations with the Chinese market

Amid the event that brings together the main suppliers and partners in the Asian country, ABPA and ABIEC have an exclusive space, where they will welcome customers and potential importers of animal protein products from Brazil. At the same time, interactive materials will be distributed on the country's poultry, cattle and pig farming sectors, including information about products, sustainable production profile and contacts of exporting companies. "China is a long-time partner in Brazil’s beef exports. We will take advantage of the opportunity to meet our partners again and show what Brazil has done to guarantee the continuity of our exports there", says Antonio Camardelli, president of ABIEC.

Participations are also planned at the China Chamber of Commerce of I&E of Foodstuffs, Native Produce and Animal By-Products (CFNA), an official congress that will take place in parallel with the CIIE. Through a recorded video, the president of ABPA, Ricardo Santin, will reinforce the bonds of trust established between poultry and pig farming in Brazil, and the Chinese import market.

"The CIIE takes place at a fundamental moment for the productive sectors, when China carries out its strategic supply planning. In this context, we want to reinforce our position as reliable partners for the food security of the Chinese people", says Santin. 

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