The International Dairy Show will begin next Monday, September 19, and will run through Wednesday, September 21, in Atlanta. Dairy professionals will have the opportunity to visit with nearly 300 dairy industry suppliers and take a look at new packaging, processing and technologies solutions for the global dairy industry.
"We have put together a robust and relevant conference program that will feature more than 40 hours of educational sessions and on-floor technical presentations," said Robin Cornelison, IDFA trade show director. "The sessions will help attendees find ways to reduce production costs and make their companies more competitive."
The "Global Water Scarcity: What Dairy Needs to Know" Signature Session on Tuesday, September 20, will highlight how one dairy processing company has saved millions by focusing on water use and conservation techniques throughout its operations. And for processors, manufacturers and marketers looking for ways to grow their businesses, the Signature Session on Wednesday, September 21, “International Dairy Trends,” will discuss how to expand consumer demand for dairy products in the United States and around the world.
"We’re also hearing some pre-show buzz about the educational sessions on dairy distribution and transportation," said Cornelison. "Those attending these educational sessions will discover the hidden costs of dairy distribution and learn how to tame them."
Dairy industry professionals also will be able to walk the exhibit hall and talk with suppliers who can demonstrate the equipment and services they need to save and earn money.
Presented by IDFA, the International Dairy Show will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
For more information or to register, visit www.dairyshow.com or contact Robin Cornelison, IDFA trade show director, at email@example.com.