SIPSA-FILAHA & AGROFOOD: Your leading Algerian Exhibition on the Agricultural Market !
Under the High Patronage of the Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development. For an intelligent agriculture, facing the challenge of sustainable food and health security.
SIPSA-FILAHA & AGROFOOD, YOUR GROWTH DRIVER!
Join the largest trade show dedicated to livestock and agricultural equipment in Africa. Solutions for all:
SIPSA-FILAHA & AGROFOOD presents a complete range of products to meet all the needs of farms and livestock professionals.
A complete offer:
Livestock buildings / Breeding animals, selection programmes / Animal feed / Marketing of livestock products / Fishing and aquaculture / Traction / Soil cultivation / Sowing, planting and market gardening / Irrigation and pumps / Plant protection / Harvesting and post-harvesting / Handling, trailers, transport, storage and buildings / Components, parts and accessories / Sustainable development, renewable energies / Agro-supplies (seeds, fertilisers, plant protection products, plastics, etc.) ) / Crop production, development and marketing of plants / Greenhouses / Equipment for the preparation and 1st processing of plants / Livestock equipment / Hygiene, monitoring, equipment and veterinary products / Environmental technologies and control / Equipment for milking and 1ʳᵉ milk processing / Animal waste.
Become an exhibitor at SIPSA-FILAHA & AGROFOOD, the International Exhibition of Agriculture, Livestock and Agribusiness, at the next edition, from 22 to 25 May 2023, at the SAFEX Exhibition Centre, Algiers, Algeria.
+ de 550 companies from 39 countries
30 000 m² of exhibition space
23 000 professional entries
An exhibition supported by the Algerian authorities and the Filaha Innove think tank (GRFI)
The SIPSA-FILAHA & AGROFOOD will be held under the High Patronage of :
Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries
Ministry of Trade
5 GOOD REASONS TO EXHIBIT
Meeting the growing need for agricultural equipment
Meet 23,000 qualified visitors from the livestock and agriculture sector