SPG 2023 - Seafood Processing Global - Barcelona, Spain

Join the Pavilion of Denmark at SPG 2023 in Barcelona


25.04.2023 - 27.04.2023


FIRA Barcelona, Spain


DKK 4,695 per m2 excl. VAT when booking minimum 9 m2 at the Pavilion of Denmark (*/**)
DKK 4,995 excl. VAT in coordination fee per company

Martin Winkel Lilleøre Head of Fish Tech dansk eksport / danish export
Head of Fish Tech Martin Winkel Lilleøre +45 6020 8557
Lise-Marie Robichon Hornsved Project Consultant & Member Relations
Project Consultant Lise-Marie Robichon Hornsved +45 6020 8568


Join the Pavilion of Denmark at SPG 2023 - a leading exhibition for the global fish- and seafood processing and aquaculture industry. 

SPG Barcelona - a window to the global seafood industry

Barcelona is the new exhibition location onwards for Seafood Processing Global (SPG). Barcelona offers room for further development of this leading exhibition where stakeholders, decision markers, buyers and suppliers from the global fish/seafood processing and aquaculture industry meet.

SPG was held in parallel with Seafood Expo Global as usual for the first time at the new exhibition venue in Barcelona in 2022. The annual Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global turned out to be very succesfull in its first year in Barcelona attracting a total number of exhibitors, buyers, decision makers and stake holders  surpassing 26,000 from all around the world during the three-day event.

SPG is the perfect spot for establishing new business relations, negociate and close orders, discuss new opportunities, get useful market insights an nurture your business relationships. 

SPG is a must-attend international exhibition for suppliers, key buyers, professionals and decision-makers in the global fish- & seafood industry. The event has an international outlook and no other exhibition in the world gathers the global fish- and seafood industry in one location as Seafood Expo Global (SEG) & Seafood Processing Global (SPG) taking place in parallel. The synergy of the 2 exhibitions under one roof is obvious as producers and equipment suppliers to the fish/seafood processing industry can exchange and reach out to each other during the exhibition itself. 

In recent years suppliers to the international aquaculture industry have made their way to SPG with success as part of the industry value chain.

Design Uden Navn (7)

The Spanish industry - in brief

Spain is the leading fishing industry nation in EU in the entire value chain.

  • Spain stands for 18% of the total production of fish/seafood in EU
  • Spain have the largest fish processing industry sector in EU.
  • The aquaculture industry in Spain is also number 1 in EU measured by volume.

A world of opportunities for Danish companies

To be competitive and future-oriented the fish processing industry in Spain have a need to streamline and optimize the value creation in the industry and Danish suppliers have strong competences and technology for streamlining and assuring value optimization within fish processing which might contribute to develop and lift the industry in Spain to a new level. 

As to the aquaculture industry in Spain, the Spanish government in 2014 launched a strategic development plan for the aquaculture industry towards 2030 with a production target of 500.000+ tons by 2030.

The industry is seen to have considerable growth potential, but the investments have been lacking over the last years. However the ambitons for the industry are intact and new projects in the Spanish aquaculture industry are under way with new land-based aquaculture facilities under construction. 

  • Vi har været med Fish Tech-netværket på dansk fællesstand på internationale fagmesser verden over. Når vi står i samlet flok med andre danske virksomheder opnår vi stærk synlighed og en fælles profilering. Vi kan også henvise til hinanden på fællesstanden, så vi kan hjælpe hinanden med at komme i kontakt med interessante potentielle kunder.
    Peter Nygaard Christensen, Product Excellence & Offshore Business Manager, DSI Dantech
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Pavilion of Denmark

Given the success in recent years, Danish Export - Fish Tech will organize a Pavilion of Denmark again at SPG 2023 and we are excited by the opportunities offered by the new location in Spain.

By joining the Pavilion of Denmark and being part of the pavilion along with other Danish companies, your company will have a strong window to be displayed towards the international audience at SPG. Furthermore, you will have great opportunities of networking with the other Danish exhibitors on Pavilion of Denmark and exchanging experiences, knowledge and sales leads.

We will take care of a lot of the practicalities prior to and during the exhibition co-ordinating with exhibition organizer and stand builder. During the exhibition you will be offered service and catering, so you can focus on what is essential to you, the dialogue with new and existing customers to get the most out of your participation. 

Sign up today to secure your stand on Pavilion of Denmark on SPG 2023. 

Package price

DKK 4,695 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 for participation on Pavilion of Denmark includes:        

  • Turn-key exhibition stand (excluding prints/graphics for walls)
  • Building and dismantling of stand
  • Carpet
  • 1 table
  • 3 chairs
  • 1 brochure rack
  • Lights and power on your area
  • Cleaning
  • 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

* Conditions:
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.