The 29th Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global will include a robust conference program where a variety of discussions covering the most pertinent topics for the industry will take place. The Expo will also serve as the platform to introduce the latest innovations in the industry.

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The 2023 conference program will feature more than 20 educational sessions, presented by top seafood industry experts. Attendees will take away informative, engaging, and practical information covering the most important and timely issues relevant to today’s seafood business environment.

The 2023 edition will welcome 776 first-time exhibitors, including Atunes y Lomos, Blumar, Golden Fish Sarl, Grøntvedt Group, Metarex Spa, North Pacific Seafood Pte Ltd, Pereira Productos del Mar and Pickenpack Seafoods GmbH, all exhibiting at Seafood Expo Global. Activa Food Tech SAU, Aquatiq AS, Lineage Logistics and Van de Velde Packaging Group will be participating for the first time in Seafood Processing Global.

This year, the event will have a total of 68 regional and country pavilions. Australia, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, and the Solomon Islands will have new country pavilions. Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States will be represented with new regional pavilions and the region of Galicia is coming back to the event. The Expo will also see the return of pavilions with larger exhibit spaces like China, the Spanish regions of Catalan and Galicia, Portugal and the Netherlands for Seafood Expo Global; and Norway for Seafood Processing Global.

The exhibiting companies will highlight their latest innovations in seafood, material and equipment, processing equipment and services. The 2023 event will include key industry leaders such as AquaChile, Balfego & Balfego, S.L, Cermaq Norway AS, CONFREMAR-Congelados y Frescos del Mar S.A., Cooke Seafood, Cornelis Vrolijk BV, Denholm Seafoods Ltd, Fisherman’s Choice, Frime, S.A.U., Grupo Profand, SL, Hofseth International AS, Iberconsa (Grupo Ibérica de Congelados), Iceland Seafood International, J Marr (Seafoods) Ltd, Krustagroup S.A., Leroy Seafood Group ASA, Mowi A.S.A., Nordic Seafood AS, Parlevliet & Van der Plas B.V., Nueva Pescanova, Royal Greenland A/S, Samherji HF, Sea Harvest Corporation (Pty) Ltd, Sjor A.S., Viciunai Group for Seafood Expo Global; and Adriatic Sea International srl, Baader, FoodTech Belgium, Cocci Luciano SRL, Marel, Mecapack, MMC First Process, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company, MULTIVAC Sepp Haggenmüller SE & Co. KG, Palinox Ingeniería y Proyectos S.L., Saeplast Iceland EHF, and Ulma Packaging, among others for Seafood Processing Global.