World Agri Trade 2009 was a successful event designed to be an important regional event for the Agricultural industry worldwide. As a dynamic, informative, educational and solution provider it has invoked the transfer of technology through cutting edge technology, industry expertise, the latest innovations, latest discoveries, effective solutions and addressing today's pressing issues in the agricultural world.
We Deliver Quality Buyers and Business Leads
World Agri-Trade 2009 brought together agricultural buyers and sellers from 5 continents to turn the wheel of global agriculture in one strategic platform at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
“SHARING KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, TECHNOLOGY & EXPERTISE IN ONE PLATFORM,
TO FEED THE WORLD”
WORLD AGRI TRADE
Exhibition & Conference’11, Langkawi
A dynamic informative, educational and solution provider invoking the transfer of technology.
It offered cutting-edge technology.
expertise, the latest innovations, latest discoveries, effective solutions, and addressing today's pressing issues in the agricultural world.
Agriculture is one of humanity's most precious needs facing the current challenges of food security and the global economic crisis. This timely World Agri Trade Exhibition and Conference 2009 hosted in Malaysia would showcase the convergence of the global Agriculture industry advocating a single
MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE AND AGRO-BASED INDUSTRY MALAYSIA,
DATO' NOH BIN HAJI OMAR
aspiration in enhancing the "sharing of knowledge, skills, technology and expertise to feed the world, to curb poverty and develop a strong agricultural economy worldwide". The call to the world is to turn back to the basics, "Agriculture" and develop it for sustained economic growth.
Agriculture is the world's largest industry, employing over one billion people and generating over one trillion dollars' worth of food annually. Pasture and crop land occupy around 50 percent of the Earth's habitable land and provide habitat and food for the majority of the world's plant and animal life. With its deep connections to the world economy, human societies, and biodiversity, agriculture is one of the most important frontiers for conservation in eco-regions around the globe.