3rd Global Feed Summit

29-30 Nov, 2017 - Bangkok, THAILAND

Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit

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"Towards improved feed safety, industry
integration & innovations!"

Global feed production surpasses 1 billion metric tons for the first time, despite fewer feed mills around, according to the survey results published by Alltech.  USA and China are the top feed producers accounting for 35%  of total world  production. 


Asia continues to grow in the foreseeable future with on-going consolidation! Last year, Vietnam recorded a spectacular growth of 21%, especially in the pig and broiler sector. Aquaculture continues to shine across regions. Besides Vietnam, where are the other investment hotspot? Which sectors shows greater potential?  What strategies to adapt moving forward? 


Effective 1 July 2017, processed proteins derived from insects are authorized in feed for farmed fish in the European Union. This comes at a time when fishmeal has seen significant price increases due to supply restrictions and increased demand. This presents huge opportunity for insect protein producers to develop bigger facilities to cater to the growing demand for alternative protein. 


The Asia Pacific feed market has also grown remarkably, key drivers such as sustainability, environment, AGP replacements offer opportunities. R&D and innovation, as well as business model will change moving forward.


Comments from last year’s participants

“Friendly, good networking and knowledge”
- PT Cargill Trading Indonesia

“Very Informative”
- Pilmico

“Meet & understand the industry”
- Phytobiotics

“It is well organized & good, blending both scientific and commercial information & experience globally”
- CP Indonesia

Attend CMT’s 3rd Global Feed Summit on 29-30 Nov 2017 in Bangkok to network with industry who’s who to gain insights on the latest trends & update in the feed value chain!

  • Find out from CIMB Thailand  the performance of the global economy and currency/interest rates trends
  • KMPG shares outlook and trends in the animal feed and additives sector
  • Get first- hand information from De Heus Myanmar on their investment of a sustainable and affordable poultry value chain in Myanmar and the opportunities in the livestock & feed industry. 
  • Soon Soon Group of Companies provides knowledge on the use of alternative protein meals to increase fibres in poultry feed
  • Hear from Entobel if insect protein could be the next big thing! 
  • LMC International analyses the outlook for protein crops and the implication on feed demand with rising income and changing diets.
  • Cofco International shares global feed grains & oilseeds trade flow and market trends including the impact of regional agricultural policy reforms
  • Sustainability in animal production will be discussed by Evonik
  • Learn more about the solutions and strategies when moving towards an antibiotic-free era from Nutriad 
  • Amul Dairy shares growth prospect of dairy/cattle feed industry in India and the challenges facing the industry
  • Modernizing the pig farming business in China and the demand on feed will be discussed by Anyou Biotechnology Group 
  • Transitioning from fish meal to alternative ingredients & its economics
  • Join the panel discussion on Taking animal nutrition to the next level of development
  • Country focus sessions on Bangladesh, Indonesia and Vietnam will also be presented

Register with your team today at www.cmtevents.com or email grace@cmtsp.com.sg  to enjoy group discount! 

Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry. Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive luncheon & Cocktail sponsor.


Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request. Contact fiona@cmtsp.com.sg or (65) 6346 9138

News Feed

BioMar and Tongwei Launch New Extruded Feed Line and Warehouse in Southern China

Posted on : 02 Nov, 2017


After acquiring 100% shares in fish feed company Haiwei in November 2016, BioMar Group and Tongwei Group have now started an extruded feed line and warehouse at the Haiwei plant in southern China. 

The plant is located in the Pearl River Delta that has a large production of Japanese sea bass and snakehead, among other species. Haiwei has a good reputation among fish farmers and the JV will leverage on the Haiwei brand.

The new extruder line is part of an upgrade of the factory that has replaced older equipment with more efficient technology. With the plant expansion, it has now three extruded feed lines. The joint venture is expected to leverage on the know-how in high performance, environmentally-friendly diets for the species grown in the Delta area.

BioMar-Tongwei aims to serve the high performance feeds to the Chinese market – with this year’s estimates of selling around 60,000 metric tons.

BioMar fish feed is already being produced in Chengdu in South Central China and a new factory is being built in Wuxi area, nearby Shanghai, with an initial capacity of 50,000 tonnes with a possibility for expansion to 100,000 tonnes in the future. 

The BioMar-Tongwei plant in Wuxi is expected to commence operations in the second half of 2017.

More about feed markets at CMT’s 3rd Global Feed Summit on 29-30 November, 2017 in Bangkok.

Email Ms. Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for more information.

Read more:
BioMar-Tongwei acquires Haiwei
BioMar-Tongwei JV opens new line, warehouse in China

Vietnam’s growing feed market

Posted on : 26 Jul, 2017


Vietnam’s animal feed market is growing rapidly, with the country importing animal feed and also materials for producing animal feed worth US$1.8 billion in the first half of 2017. This is a year-on-year increase of 17.3 per cent. The country’s Department of Animal Husbandry has proposed a plan to temporarily stop building new feed mills in Vietnam and has advised the animal feed industry to promote internal resources, use feed more effectively, control diseases and reduce costs to compete with imported products.

Vietnam primarily imports animal feed and materials from Argentina – that is worth $828 million – a 21.6 per cent year-on-year surge, accounting for 46.7 per cent of its total imports.

The other countries that Vietnam imported include – Brazil – imports worth $68 million, up 5 per cent and China - $75 million, down 32 per cent.

In the first half of 2017, Vietnam also imported animal feed and materials from the US, India, Indonesia, Italy and Austria.

Investments in Vietnam’s feed industry continues from global companies – especially in its aqua feed sector. This year, aquatic feed maker Skretting opened a new shrimp feed plant in Vietnam which will serve the country's fast-growing shrimp sector. The plant is 23,000 square meters and has an initial annual production capacity of 60,000 metric tons. The facility is located in the Thuan Dao Industrial Zone, Long An, near to transport links to other important farming provinces in the Mekong Delta.

Earlier this year – Cargill opened its tenth aqua feed line at its feed mill in Ha Nam in Vietnam. It is Cargill’s second aquaculture feed line in the North of Vietnam. With a production capacity of 3,000 MT/month, the line focuses on high quality extruded feed for Tilapia and other local species to serve the local demand for floating fish feeds.

For more information on feed markets in Vietnam and Asia, attend CMT’s 3rd Global Feed Summit on 29-30 November, 2017 in Bangkok.

Email Ms. Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for more information.

Read more:
VN imports animal feed worth $1.8b in H1
Skretting opens 60,000t shrimp feed plant in Vietnam
Cargill in Vietnam inaugurates new aquaculture feed line


Fee Info

Network With

• Feed Producers, Millers & Formulators • Integrators, Hatcheries/ Farms Operators • Grains Producers/Traders • Feed Compounders • Feed Additives & Ingredients Suppliers • Animal Nutrition Companies • Animal Breeding Solution Providers • Raw Material Producers/Traders • Shipping Companies • Research Institutes • Feed/Livestock/Animal Husbandry Associations • Consultancy, Animal Housing Providers & Equipment Suppliers

Contact Us

Grace Oh
Marketing Manager 
(65) 63469147

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Speaker Profile

Prof. Le Duc Ngoan
Member, Vietnam Feed Association
Day 2 [Thu 30, November], at 09:10 AM

Prof. Le Duc Ngoan graduated from Agriculture University No.2 Ha Bac, Viet Nam. He obtained his PhD in Animal Sciences in the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden in 2000 & the title of Full Prof in 2015. He has been teaching and researching at Faculty of Animal Sciences, Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, Viet Nam since 1976 to now. His specialization is animal nut....
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Dr. Julian Conway Mcgill
Head of South East Asia, LMC International Ltd
Day 1 [Wed 29, November], at 11:15 AM

Dr Julian McGill is the Head of South East Asia at LMC International. He is in charge of research and business development for the ASEAN region. He and his team are based in Kuala Lumpur. He has a wide-ranging brief, but focus primarily on vegetable oils, oleochemicals, rubber and high protein feed markets (such as aquafeed).

His main research interest is in understanding how growers and processors manage to achieve superior margins, despite operating in a commodity market.
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Chairman’s Introduction
Day 2 [Thu 30, November], at 09:00 AM
Mr. Chris De Lavigne
Principal – Strategy, KPMG Services Pte Ltd
Afternoon’s Chairman’s Introduction
Day 1 [Wed 29, November], at 01:40 PM

Chris de Lavigne is based in Singapore and leads the KPMG Agriculture and Chemicals team in the Global Strategy Group, He has over 20 years Consulting experience covering; Transformational Growth Strategies and Innovation, Operational Excellence, Organization Redesign, Turnaround and M&A and has worked extensively in the feed and feed ingredients market.

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Day 1 [Wed 29, November], at 09:45 AM

Day 1 [Wed 29, November], at 04:45 PM