Seafood Expo Russia 2021 - Saint Petersburg, Russia
Join the Pavilion of Denmark at Seafood Expo Russia 2021 - a strong gateway to the Russian fish and seafood industry
06.07.2021 - 08.07.2021
Saint Petersburg, Russia
DKK 2,795 (*) per m2 excl. VAT
DKK 4,995 excl. VAT in coordination fee per company
See further down the page for information om what the package price includes.
The leading industry event dedicated the fishery and aquaculture industry in Russia
Seafood Expo Russia is targeting the entire value chain in the fish and seafood industry, from aquaculture and fisheries to processing, packaging and commercialization of the fish/seafood as finished end-user products. The event has in only few years become a leading meeting place for the industry in Russia. Both the fisheries, aquaculture and related processing industry in Russia are undergoing a transformation and benefit from political focus and a 2030 Strategy Plan to modernize the target industries for Seafood Expo Russia.
An attractive business platform for Danish suppliers to the Russian market
In 2019 Russia Seafood Expo Russia attracted more than 9,600 qualified industry professionals; stake holders, buyers and decision makers from more than 42 regions of Russia as well as international visitors. Visitors represented key-players from the Russian fisheries, aquaculture and fish processing industries with 84% of the visitors having top decision authority and buying power.
Who will you meet at Seafood Expo Russia?
According to the post-show report from Seafood Expo Russia 2019 the visitors were actively looking for solutions and equipment for all parts of the value chain in the industries fish farming, fisheries, ship building, processing and packaging. Focus and interests among the trade visitors were identified as follows:
- 65 % Fishing gear
- 67% Seafood processing equipment
- 38% Aquaculture: feeds & equipment
- 27% Packaging solutions
- 31% Ship building & repair
- 36% Ship equipment & navigation systems
- 34% Refrigeration/freezing
- 24% Fishing companies
- 32% Processing companies
- 11% Fish farms
- 7% Shipowner
Seafood Expo Russia is a perfect platform to present your solutions and get at wide reach within the Russian fisheries, aquaculture and processing industry and the event offers an ideal opportunity to connect with Russian key-buyers and establish new business relations.
The industry in brief
Strategy development plan
The Strategy development plan is targeting both the aquaculture, processing and fisheries industries in Russia. Russia’s aquaculture industry is aiming at tripling its production by 2030 and the Russian fishing fleet has started undergoing a complete renewal with many new fishing vessels under construction and new processing plants being currently build across the country – all scheduled to enter into operation between 2021 – 2023. The Russian fishing industry is undergoing a true transformation and upgrade these years.
Modernization of the Russian fishing industry
The investment quotas progam was introduced by the Russian government in 2017 as an incentive to encourage national fisheries and companies operating within the fishing industry in Russia to upgrade their ageing fleets and have new ships built at Russian shipyard.
Three application rounds for the quotas program in 2018/2019 have resulted in projects for construction of more than 40 fishing vessels towards 2025 and more than 20 coastal fish processing facilities, meaning a considerable modernization of the Russian fishing fleet and fish processing industry. This proces may over the coming years offer new opportunities for Danish equipment and solutions suppliers to these industries.
Russian Fishery Company (RFC) is one of the big players in Russia, who has actively used the new mechanism, and is constructing a series of new super trawlers and processing plants under the program. The super trawlers are launched from the beginning of 20’s onwards, the first processing plant was put in operation in 2019 in the Murmansk region and more processing plants are underway.
Pavilion of Denmark Seafood Expo Russia
Danish Export - Fish Tech is organizing a Pavilion of Denmark at Seafood Expo Russia 2021 to support Danish companies in seizing the current opportunities in the Russian fisheries, fish processing and aquaculture industries.
The development is supported by a strong focus and investments in the industries made by both private investors, industry players and public authorities
Participation on Pavilion of Denmark at Russsia Seafood Expo 2021 can help to profile your company and your solutions towards relevant key industry players in Russia.
In order to gain success with your business in Russia it is a must to be visible and present to develop and nurture business relationsships with existing and potential customers, distributors and other professionals.
Your participation on Pavilion of Denmark at Russia Seafood Expo can be your gateway to the Russian market.
We will take care of many of the practicalities prior to and during the exhibition, so you can focus on what is essential to you, the dialogue with existing and potential customers to boost your sales and to assure you get the most out of your participation at Seafood Expo Russia.
The package price for participation on Pavilion of Denmark:
DKK 2,795 (*) per m2 excl. VAT when booking minimum 9 m2 at the Pavilion of Denmark (*/**)
DKK 4,995 excl. VAT in coordination fee per company
The package price includes:
- Turn-key exhibition stand (excluding prints/graphics for walls)
- Building and dismantling of stand
- 1 table
- 3 chairs
- 1 brochure rack
- Lights and power on your area
- Internet (basic connection to check emails)
- Marketing material for the Pavilion of Denmark
- Registration in the official catalogue and admission cards
- Coffee, tea, beverages and snacks during the exhibition
- Lunch for exhibitors daily
The price is based on grants from the Danish Trade Council.
** "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.