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The 17th edition of DJAZAGRO, the Trade Show for Agro-Food Production, came to a close on 28 February 2019. Over the space of four days, the show hosted 687 companies from 34 countries and registered more than 22,000 entries from 50 countries all over the world, up 9% on 2018. This exceptional edition once again provided the opportunity for productive meetings between machine, equipment and solution providers, and African manufacturers and investors.
- 22 400 professional visitors
- 92% Algerian, 44% from the city of Algiers
- 86% have a purchasing role.
- 77% have tangible purchasing plans, including 33% to be concluded before the end of the current year.
- For 1 in 2 visitors, the principal reason for their visit is to discover new companies and/or new machinery and equipment.
All exhibitors acknowledged the quality of professional visitors. The high presence of international players can be attributed to the potential of the Algerian market in terms of local consumption and more importantly production.
“I have been a visitor of the show since 2008. I come to Djazagro to meet partners in a range of sectors relating to our business activity, meaning packaging and conditioning/ food products and beverages. Djazagro is an efficient way of building business relationships, exchanging knowledge and expertise, and bringing partnerships and business opportunities to fruition.”
Omar Belhadi, Frigostock company
- 740 exhibitors
- 77% of our companies are coming from 33 countries.
- Six sectors of activity representative of the food industry:
- Hospitality & Food Service
- Ingredients & Flavourings
- Food product & Beverages
- Processing, filling & packaging
The number of international exhibitors at the show continues to rise, confirming the essential role played by this exhibition in the food industry. The DJAZAGRO offering was renewed in 2019, with 37% of new exhibitors, including a sizeable contingent of Algerian exhibitors (27% new exhibitors) and Chinese exhibitors (35% new exhibitors). In addition, DJAZAGRO is increasingly opening up to the world, with new Italian and Spanish pavilions and new exhibiting countries such as Belarus, Egypt’s, Finland, Malta and Ukraine.
"We took part in Djazagro to meet our existing clients and to meet new ones. We also celebrated this year ou 10th anniversary in Algeria as well as our 14th year as an exhibitor at Djazagro! We managed to discover several interesting projects and orders to be confirmed in the new future. Djazagro is an interesting tradeshow because of its reputation, organisation and visiting audience.”.
Farid Laimeche, Busch France.
The bakery of the future
The BAKERY OF THE FUTURE presented several machines in operation, covering the entire production process for baguettes, specialty breads, as well as various pastries and catering products; all using locally-sourced ingredients.
Adepta, the professional network of over 200 French agro-industry businesses organized a professional colloquium dedicated to optimizing food processing factories in Algeria on Wednesday February 27th during Djazagro 2019.
Export and invest business meetings
The Algerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry presented a round table discussion dedicated to exports in order to initiate, motivate and encourage economic operators in this sector to develop their export activity.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2021?
- 20 000+ Professionals
- 700+ Exhibitors
"This show is the best way of getting visibility and making the right contacts for possible partnerships, either in processing, or in equipment or in terms of business partners
Bali Group (Algeria)
"DJAZAGRO is a specialist exhibition. In terms of the food industry, I think it’s one of the most important in the region."
"DJAZAGRO is an essential tradeshow. Firstly, it’s a chance to see and meet a lot of operators, industry colleagues, but also to meet a lot of sales prospects and clients"
Gaia Braik (The Netherlands)