Join us at Pavilion of Denmark at Foodpro in Sydney, Australia’s leading food manufacturing event, showcasing design innovations, new technology and the latest in processing and packaging solutions
25.07.2021 - 28.07.2021
DKK 2.500 /m2 (price per square meter)
+ Service fee: DKK 4.995 /company.
All prices excl. VAT, travel, lodging and print costs.
This event is subsidised by The Trade Council. See conditions and more information below*
Australia’s leading food manufacturing event
Foodpro is the leading event for the food and beverage manufacturing industry, showcasing the latest technology and innovations in food processing, packaging, science and technology. Foodpro is the only national trade event that caters for the entire food processing sector, and for more than 50 years, has played an important role in driving the industry forward in Australia. The show happens every three years, and the next one in 2021 will be held in the Sydney Showground at Sydney Olympic Park.
Represented Industry Sectors:
- Dairy Industry
- Beverage Industry
- Meat Industry
- Packaged Food
- Bakery & Baked Goods
- Frozen Food
- Fresh Food
- Snack Food
Visitors in 2017: 9,582 - Exhibitors in 2017: 364
Australia´s food industry is larger than Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland together - a huge market for Danish companies supplying to the food processing industry.
- 12th largest economy in the world
- 5th largest economy in Asia
- GDP: US$ 1.3 trillion
- AAA credit rating
- Population: 23, million
- A gateway to Asia
Spread across a wide geography, Australia’s predominantly grass-fed beef industry encompasses a diverse range of farm sizes, cattle breeds and production systems. This diversity in production allows the industry, which exported 75 per cent of its output in 2013–14, to service customers in over 100 countries – making Australia the world’s third largest beef exporter.
Australia is the world’s leading supplier of live cattle to countries around the world, in particular throughout the Middle East and South East Asia. In 2015 Australia signed a live cattle export agreement with China, which could see up to one million head of cattle exported to China each year.
Dairy is Australia’s fourth largest agricultural industry at the farmgate and the leader in terms of value-adding. Cheese is the dominant product for the industry, with around 50 per cent sold domestically and 50 per cent exported. Australia also produces a range of increasingly specialised milk powders, mostly for export. Australia is unique among the world’s dairy traders in that production is fairly evenly split between domestic and export markets. As a result, while exports are important for the industry, there is also a significant and stable domestic market for milk and dairy products.
Australia’s dairy food safety and quality systems are well known and highly regarded in growing Asian and Middle Eastern markets, making the industry a preferred supplier of functional dairy ingredients.
This event is subsidised by The Trade Council
The Australian borders may be closed to Danish travellers. We encourage you to participate with subsidiaries and local partners.
FoodPro 2021 in Sydney
Stand at Pavilion of Denmark
*The price will include a subsidy from the Trade Council and will be based on a minimum of 7 participating companies. In case of less than 7 participants, we reserve the rights to change the package price.
The exhibitor package includes:
- Turn-key exhibition stand at the Pavilion of Denmark (excl. prints/graphics)
- Build-up and dismantling of exhibition stand
- 1 table + 3 chairs
- 1 brochure rack
- Lights and power consumption (standard use) on your area
- Company name sign
- Joint storage room for the exhibitors
- Joint bar area with hot/cold beverages and snacks for you and your guests.
(Service depending on Corona restrictions from the exhibition)
- Joint marketing activities incl. marketing hand-out to be distributed before and during show
- Fee for listing in the show catalogue (mandatory for all exhibitors)
- Service assistance during the exhibition
- Hotel proposal is offered (optional use)
- The price is excl. transportation of own goods, board and lodging
* "De minimis rules"
As from 1 January 2014, companies receiving export-promoting subsidies have to complete a business form in which they specify the subsidies received under the “de minimis” rules. This includes all subsidies received in your current financial year and the two previous years. According to the Trade Council rules, companies themselves are responsible for obtaining the information from all subsidy-administrators. As a service, the Danish Export Association can provide information on all subsidies received through us.