ILDEX Indonesia – 5th International Livestock, Dairy, Meat Processing, and Aquaculture Expo
9-11 November 2022 – Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE) – Jakarta, Indonesia
The livestock market in Indonesia has many channels to develop in order to create more opportunities to export to international markets. It is a diverse archipelago nation with more than 300 ethnic groups and has charted impressive economic growth since overcoming the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s. Among sectors, agriculture contributes about 14% to its GDP, while industry and services add approximately 43% each to its output. In terms of production cost, Indonesia was only at the fourth rank for beef, third for sheep and goat, and fourth for broiler production per kilogram live weight compared to other member ASEAN countries. Indonesia’s animal feed market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.13% over the forecast period to reach a market size of US$12.208 billion in 2025 from US$9.043 billion in 2019.
Animal Health: Monitoring animal health and preventing animal disease outbreaks is vital to the economy and safety of the country’s food supply. The production of healthy livestock helps to ensure a safe food supply and keep consumer prices stable.
Feed Ingredients / Additives: Component part, constituent, or any combination/mixture added to and comprising the animal food, including include grains, milling by-products, added vitamins, minerals, fats/oils, and other nutritional and energy sources.
FeedTech / CropTech: Showcasing technologies of different materials (cereals, coarse powders, fine powders, mash, bran, liquids, and molasses) and equipment of feed milled, fed and weighed, and mixed together including additives to obtain the final product.
Breeding / Hatching: The process of selective mating of animals with desirable genetic traits, to maintain or enhance these traits in future generations. Also, involves estimation of the genetic value of individuals for traits including growth rate and yield of products such as eggs, milk, or meat.
Farm Production: Products that crops, livestock, supplies used or produced in a farming operation and products of crops or livestock and including farm products.
Processing / Handling: The components, processing machines, and systems used to handle, prepare, cook, store, and package food and food products.
Fact & Figure
- 12,200 visitors from 40 countries
- 34% increase compared to 2019 (9,100 visitors)
- 200 invited buyers from local and international countries including Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Nepal, Indonesia, etc.
- 2,032 conference delegates
Purpose of visit
- 30.09% – Meet business partners
- 29.42% – Find new business partner and innovation
- 28.54% – Attend seminar and conference
- 23.44% – Buy product and service
- 17.81% – Get a market overview
Fact & Figure
- 250 Exhibitors leading companies both international and local
- 96% of Exhibitors think exhibiting at ILDEX Indonesia is important
- 93% of visitors are satisfied with show quality
- 73% International company
- 27% Indonesia company
ILDEX Indonesia 2019; 18 – 20 September
Data past trade show – Introduction
ILDEX Indonesia 2019, the fourth edition of the International Livestock and Dairy Meat Processing and Aquaculture Exposition, drew to a close in mid-September, having showcased 250 leading exhibitors from 25 countries and 12,200 trade participants from 40 countries which increased by 34% compared to 2017 (only 9,100). The specialist trade fair presented a variety of high technology, the latest equipment, and full business solutions for the Livestock and Aquaculture industries.
Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and the 16th largest in the world.
It is a diverse archipelago nation with more than 300 ethnic groups and has charted impressive economic growth since overcoming the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s. The country’s per capita GDP has steadily risen from $807 in 2000 to $3,877 in 2018.
Today, Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous nation, the world’s 10th largest economy in terms of purchasing power, and a member of the G-20. Supported by robust investment, stable inflation, and a strong job market, Indonesia’s economic growth is forecast to reach 5.2% in 2019.
The Indonesian economy has made tremendous progress over the last two decades. In terms of sectors, agriculture and livestock contribute about 12% to its GDP while industry and services add approximately 43% to its output. In terms of production cost, Indonesia was only at the fourth rank for beef, third for sheep and goat, and fourth for broiler production per kilogram live weight compared to other member ASEAN countries. The livestock market in Indonesia has many channels to develop in order to create more opportunities to export to international markets.
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