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China International Agrochemical & Crop Protection Exhibition Starts Today

Abha Toppo
Abha Toppo

The China International Agrochemical & Corp Protection Exhibition (CAC) 2019 started today, 5th March 2019 in Shanghai, China. The three-day exhibition, which is organized by the CCPIT Sub-Council OF Chemical Industry, will conclude on Thursday, 7th March 2019.

CAC serves as world largest one-stop platform with the most active transactions for agrochemical trade, exchange and cooperation involved in pesticides, fertilizers, seeds, beyond-agriculture, production & packaging equipment, crop protection equipment, logistics, consultancy, laboratories and supportive services. The exposition opens a window for the Chinese agrochemical enterprises to walk into the international market and is an annual get-together for global agrochemical business performers.

CAC-2019 intends to provide an excellent opportunity for the manufacturers, buyers, suppliers, key decision makers from the agrochemical and crop protection industry to connect and interact with a number of people & companies that will help them expand business both in the domestic as well as international market.

Spread in 73,000 square meters, the last exhibition - China International Agrochemical & Corp Protection Exhibition 2018 had attracted around 1,336 exhibiting companies from over 30 countries. In addition, it witnessed 33,000 visitors from over 120 countries and regions along with a number of buyer delegations from India, Russia, Mongolia, and Vietnam etc.

Since its beginning in 1999, CAC - the global agrochemical feast, has become the world's largest agrochemicals exhibition at the moment. CAC -2019 exhibition will be focusing on the new fields, new opportunities: through presentations, professional conferences, new technology release, new product, etc.

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