The exhibition year, at Novi Sad Fair will start with International days of energy and investments, which will be held on Thursday, 10 March and Friday, 11 March.
The most significant event of the Novi Sad Fair and the largest agribusiness event in this part of Europe – International Agricultural Fair, to be held from 14 to 20 May, will promote products and services from more than 60 countries worldwide.
Following the trends, the Novi Sad Fair has improved its services. From this year, exhibitors and visitors have free WI-FI and a mobile application within the Novi Sad Fair for all events.
The International Agricultural Fair will be held at Novi Sad Fair for the 83rd time from Saturday, May 14 to Friday, May 20 2016 and the partner country will be Italy.
Over the course of seven days, the 82nd International Agricultural Fair was visited by dozens of official business and political delegations. Slobodan Cvetković, MA, General Director of the Fair in Novi Sad, was host to representatives of the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade, with whom it was arranged to have Italy be next year’s partner of the Fair.
“Majevica” from Bačka Palanka presented their entire assortment at the 82nd International Agricultural Fair and sold at least one item from every segment of their program. Almost the whole of sales was done on credit and, all things considered, they are satisfied – said Miloš Mlađenić, a sales specialist at “Majevica”.
Cattle breeders have much to be happy about as they sold many animals at the 82nd International Agricultural Fair.
A company from Kyrgyzstan presented at the International Agricultural Fair for the first time - “Abada Trade” from Kyzyl-Adyr near Talas River. Their main product is beans, but they also grow and dry fruit.
The International Agricultural Fair that was held at the Fair in Novi Sad for the 82nd time was home to 1.500 exhibitors presenting goods and services from 60 countries.
The Central European Fair Alliance – CEFA Chief Secretary Janoš Barabaš and the Director of the Adriatic Fair Rajko Bujković visited the Fair in Novi Sad and the 82nd International Agricultural Fair yesterday.
Spanish Embassy’s Office for Economic and Commercial Affairs and the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade organized Spanish agriculture days at this year’s Agricultural Fair in Serbia.
Within the Exhibition of organic products at the 82nd International Agricultural Fair in Hall 3, “Amaks” from Novi Sad showed off their microbiological fertilizer.
With this B2B@NS Fair project, carried out with the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the University of Novi Sad, the Fair is leaving behind a strictly exhibitory framework the purpose of which is presenting exhibits and technological achievements to the general public – said Slobodan Cvetković, MA, General Director of the Fair in Novi Sad on the occasion of the AgroB2B@NSFair business conference opening at the 82nd International Agricultural Fair.
Despite the catastrophic floods of May last year, where agriculture suffered great losses as well, and the fact that between 2000 and 2012 there have been a whopping total of five droughts, agricultural insurance in Serbia has not taken off, was the conclusion of the conference "The risks of modern agriculture", organized by the General Sponsor of the 82nd International Agricultural Fair, Generali Insurance Serbia. Leonid Babić, the Director of the Regional Center of Vojvodina, shared that fact that only 10 percent of agricultural land in Serbia is insured, while this percentage in over 80 in Europe.
Slobodan Cvetković, MA, General Director of the Fair in Novi Sad, had a talk with a representative from the “Jiangsu United Asia” company, Ni Liquin about the possibility of a better positioning of the Fair, as well as other domestic companies in the Far East.
This year at the International Agricultural Fair, there is a company from Kyrgyzstan for the first time ever. It is "Abada Trade" from Kyzyl-Adyl in the Talas River valley. Their main product is beans, but they also grow and dry fruit.
The attribute of the most expensive machine at the 82nd International Agricultural Fair went to the sugar beet harvester combine, manufactured by Holmer, the price of which is set at around 500.000 Euros, without VAT. It is the model “tera dos T3” which is, in spite of its price, a very popular item among sugar beet producers, Borislav Stanivuković, the "Almex" Marketing Manager assures.
As he opened the 82nd International Agricultural Fair, Dušan Vujović, the Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia, said that agriculture is our country’s most important resource.