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Vietstock and Vietmeat 2014 Expo & Forum Gains Strong Support from CP Vietnam and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce & Industry (VCCI)

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CP Vietnam Corporation, a major feed, livestock and meat producer in Vietnam, will participate in the Vietstock and Vietmeat 2014 Expo & Forum to share their experiences with other meat processors in the country and how the company maintains the high standards of quality and safety of its meat products from farm to table.

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Sooksunt Jiumjaiswanglerg, President of CP Vietnam, said he would appoint a senior executive of the company to speak on this topic at a meat conference to be held at the event. 

"Meat processors in Vietnam should collaborate with each other in order to set strong standards on quality and safety to ensure consumers are confident in our products. As we've been in the meat processing business for a long time, we'd like to share our experiences with our friends in the industry," he said.

Fully integrated, CP Vietnam operates from grain planting to feed milling, livestock farming, meat processing and retailing.

"A main goal of our business in Vietnam is to support livestock farmers. Therefore, we will continue to expand our farming business and produce safe and quality meat products for the nation," said Mr. Sooksunt.

He said CP Vietnam is also willing to be a business partner with fellow meat processors in Vietnam as a supplier of raw materials for them.

"Our farmers implement strict standards on food safety and we process their chickens with the state-of-the-art technology. So, we can ensure that you'll consistently get raw meat that is safe and of high quality for further processing," he said.

Mr. Sooksunt said meat processors in Vietnam should have a forum to discuss and tackle issues that could pose threats to the country's meat processing industry.

He said the opening of markets among ASEAN nations under the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015 could result in massive imports of meat products into Vietnam and seriously affect the local meat processing industry.

"It's a good idea that meat processors in Vietnam set up an association of their own. The Vietmeat forum would be a good place to discuss on this issue and I'm glad to host the discussion by myself," said Mr. Sooksunt. 

The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) also agreed to support the Vietnam meat processing industry forum that will be held during Vietstock 2014 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Dr. Vu Tien Loc, VCCI's Chairman and President, said Vietnam is a huge market for processed meat products. The forum, which will bring together CEOs of key meat processors in the country, will be a starting point for the industry to collaborate in developing their products and markets in the future.

Vietmeat is a one-stop forum focusing on the needs of the meat industry - from production, processing and packaging, right to the plate.

Organised by UBM Asia, the Vietmeat forum makes its debut in 2014 and will be co-located with Vietstock 2014 - Vietnam's Premier International Feed, Livestock and Meat Industry Show. The events will be held from 15-17 October, 2014 at the Saigon Exhibition & Conference Centre (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Don't miss the Vietstock & Vietmeat 2014 Expo & Forum. REGISTER TO VISIT TODAY at www.vietstock.org.

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About UBM Asia in ASEAN (www.ubmasean.com)

In ASEAN, we serve 13 market sectors with wholly-owned subsidiary companies and JV companies in seven offices in the major cities in ASEAN, including Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila and Singapore. We provide over 60 products in various categories: trade fairs, conferences and publications. As the leading B2B event organiser in the region, we are the largest exhibition organiser in Malaysia.

Our products serve tens of thousands of exhibitors, visitors, conference delegates, advertisers, subscribers and corporations in the region and from all over the world with high value face-to-face business-matching events and quality conference programmes presented by top-notch industry leaders. We have over 130 staff in six countries.

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