International Production & Processing Expo on Track for Even Bigger 2014 Show

June 16, 2013

With seven months remaining until the show, the 2014 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) continues to expand.

IPPE has already surpassed 350,000 net square feet of exhibit space, with more than 85 percent of the exhibit floor sold.

Comprised of the three collocated shows - International Poultry Expo, International Feed Expo, and International Meat Expo - more than 790 exhibitors have registered for the 2014 IPPE as of the beginning of June.

The show was sponsored by the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, the American Feed Industry Association and the American Meat Institute.

“The 2014 IPPE will offer an outstanding location for businesses to collaborate, network, learn about new products and services, and discuss and resolve common issues facing the poultry, feed, and meat industries,” said Charlie Olentine, IPPE show manager.

He added, “Coming off the excitement of the January 2013 IPPE, the positive show of support from our exhibitors is greatly appreciated. With an increase in attendance in 2013 of more than 25 percent, the industry agrees that it is well worth their time to visit IPPE.”

 IPPE is an annual poultry, feed and meat industry trade show will be held Jan 28-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

The Expo will highlight the latest technology, equipment, and services used in the production and processing of poultry, meat and feed products. 

 It will also feature education programs addressing current industry issues.

To find those sessions more effectively, as well as anything else to do with attending all three shows, their Web sites have all been combined into one user-friendly one.

“It is quick to load and highlights relevant attendee and exhibitor information,” according to show management.

This year’s IPPE show drew 25,000 attendees and 1,189 exhibitors to more than 430,000 net square feet of exhibit space at the Georgia World Congress Center.

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