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The results of the VIV Turkey 2015 exhibition

The results of the VIV Turkey 2015 exhibition

The results of the VIV Turkey 2015 exhibition

From 11 to 13th of June, TEXHA company was an exhibitor at VIV Turkey 2015. Every year, thousands of aviarists visit the VIV exhibitions searching new and effective solutions to grow their business in poultry industry as a whole. And this year was not an exception.

Anatolii Kublii, export director of TEXHA company, told us about the results of participation in the VIV Turkey 2015.

Anatolii, at first tell us please, what are your general impressions of the exhibition. Can we call its results as successful as the results of the exhibition VIV Russia?

The first thing I would like to admit, it's the fact that this year the exhibition was well organized. Number of visitors of the exhibition was provided by 100%, and I am very pleased with it. Secondly, yes - the results of the VIV Turkey exhibition are as successful as the results of the VIV Russia exhibition. The exhibition was held a large number of negotiations with potential customers, and I hope it will be very effective.

Please tell us more about the TEXHA positions at the exhibition.

Our stand undoubtedly was very popular among visitors. The interest was so great that our managers at the stand were involved in the negotiations for every minute.

And what can you say about the stands of other participants? Was TEXHA stand out of them?

For some reasons, the representatives of European companies participated in the exhibition with stands or small size samples, and even without any of the samples. So among them TEXHA have been the largest and most eye-catching stand. But it should be noted that companies that exhibited "at home" very worthy presented their products and were with us at the same level.

Were there any more interesting facts in VIV Turkey 2015exhibition?

VIV Turkey 2015 is interesting by the fact that it focuses not only on customers from Turkey but also on customers from neighboring countries. Namely: the Middle East, North Africa (Libya and Sudan), and Iran. At least, every year we can see this trend.


Author: Alex Masterov

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