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LIVESTOCK . AQUACULTURE . AGRICULTURE SABAH 2021

The short brief of LAA Expo in East Malaysia. (Since 2001).
East Malaysia itself is a growth market for the agriculture, livestock and fishery & aquaculture .Sabah. Sarawak .Labuan ,combined of population ( 6.5 million ) ,with the majority of the population engaged in agriculture ,livestock ,fishery and cocoa ,coffee ,palm oil sectors.

B.I.M.P – Eaga Regions. Fastest Expanding Economic
B.I.M.P.-Eaga –East Asia Growths Areas is a grouping of regions within Asean that share with Brunei. Sabah. Sarawak .Indonesia -Kalimantan and Philippines –Mindanao and Cebu, a common geographical and social-economic background represents one of the fastest expanding economics in the region and fast moving towards mechanization across all sectors.

The Second edition of LAA (Livestock & Poultry .Aquaculture and Agriculture) event was held in Sabah Kota Kinabalu, after Kuala Lumpur in 1999. Following the past (10) years LAA (2001 – 2011) are in various venues in Sarawak. Sabah and Philippines – Cebu & Davao as a yearly road show. The event served as a farming technologies education for farmers and new farmers, showcase the latest agriculture products and farming equipment, as well as trade and business development platform for buyers and sellers to meet.

Livestock. Aquaculture. Agriculture , will continue to be an important economic sector in Malaysia .In fact Malaysia is now an exporter of its agriculture – (vegetables and fruits ) ,poultry and aquaculture products to Asia countries .In order to fulfill the local demand on food and related products .smart investment should be put in the state-of-the –art technology while cutting labor cost. As such the 12th Edition -LAA 2021 SABAH .Co-located with Agro food + Durian and Fruits expo 2021 is timely return to Sabah serve as one stop trade platform for B.I.P.M –Eaga Region for farmers , growers ,planter s ,breeders ,food processers ,importers to meet new and old manufacturers ,suppliers and to view the latest development systems in technology and technique in relation to Livestock . Aquaculture and Agriculture strive for the highest standard in term of quality, hygiene, increased in efficiency.

Agriculture Sabah.
Agriculture is a major Sector of Sabah’s economy after timber and forest industry in 1995, palm oil contributed 20% to the total exports of Sabah, which worked out to be approximately RM.2, 125.1 million
In 1997. 43,730 hectares of land was planter Cocoa. Rubber plantation accounted for 2,615 hectares .Rice is the staple diet of Malaysian. 42.623 hectares was under paddy which produces 69,732 tons of rice for local consumption.

In 2010 to 2017 Sabah agriculture sector contributed 24% to the State’s GDP, the highest contributed after its services sector, including tourism which contributes 40 per cent. In 2018. Half of millions of the state’s 1.5 million labor force (38%) were involved in the agriculture sector under lying the important of the industry to Sabah state.

(2021 -2030) Sabah Agriculture Blue Print.
Sabah agriculture blue print 2021-2030 (10) years with plans to double the agriculture, livestock and fishery sectors contribution to the GDP to 40% by 2030. Include increasing the revenue in seaweed farming from RM 44 million in 2017 to RM 1.84 million in 2030. Cage fishing farming from RM 238 million to RM 3.56 billion. Fresh milk productivities from RM. 1.4 billion to RM 7 billion and Padi yield from 30% to 60%.
The focus will be crops such as musang king durian , coconut ,honey pineapple, pomelo, mushroom , cabbage ,coffee honey, rubber , padi , bird’s nest ,seaweed .fish and shrimp farming .

Prospect for Fruits and Mushroom, Vegetables.
Based on the average of 3.5 percent growth per annum of fruit production in the past 5 years, fruit production in Sabah is forecasted to increase to 265,875 tons by 2024 .For vegetables, based on the trend projection of 1.2 percent growth per annual, production is expected to increase from 41,698 tons in 2013 to 47,495 tons by 2024.

Prospect for other Economic Crops.
The prospect for other crops, which include coconut, coffee, maize, sago, sugarcane, floriculture, apiculture and specialty natural products remain high. Sabah is now an importer of maize (RM 112 million), sugar (80 million) and coffee (RM 34 million).

Prospect for Livestock
The future prospects for livestock industry in Sabah remains bright due to the availability of land for expansion and effective improvement in key strategic enablers that will enhance the value chain systems of the entire industry. By 2024 the population of buffalo and cattle will be 58.8 thousand head and 79.2 thousand head respectively. Also the SSL for beef is projected to increase throughout the period until it reaches 5.7 per cent by 2024.

Livestock products such as milk have also shown a significant upward trend in production, particularly with establishment of MCC ( Modernized milk collection center), where Saba international dairy remains one of the national suppliers for the “1 Malaysia School Milk Programmer ”.In fact a preliminary review of the sector indicates that more specialized sun-sector that focus on downstream processing for milk powder and cheese have the potential to be the next essential industry to be developed in the State.

The Poultry population is projected to achieve 2.88 million birds by 2024, while the duck population will reach 11,989 head. In the absence of disease outbreak and with the provision of appropriate technology and
Capability, a positive growth trend will also be recorded for egg production in the state, which will continue to increase until it reach 636 million units by 2024.

Prospects for Fishery and Aquaculture Products.
Sabah, the live reef fish trade (LRFFR) has been one of the highest contributors to the fisheries industries in the state. LRFFT has an estimated annual retail value of US 1 billion in the Asia-pacific region in which Sabah exported a total RM 6.7 million worth of live fish in 2007.
Another prospect for the fisheries sector is the downstream processing for its capture fishery products. Making commercial factories for fish processing available into high-quality products from frozen and fermented fish products to canned foods and processed fish products

In addition Marine aquaculture production .including from freshwater aquaculture is expected to increase to 790,000 tons (41 percent) of the national total demand for fish in 2020.The sub-sector is also expected to contribute to the export value, including fillet from RM 1.4 billion in 2010 to RM 3.2 billion in 2020 .

Production of brackish water aquaculture which consists of white shrimp ,tiger shrimp and shellfish is also expected to increase due to contribution by mass projects under Entry Point Project (EPP) .Sabah’s contribution at approximately 11 percent to the national aquaculture production in 2012 , shows the significant role the state plays an important aquaculture hub.
In addition to fish farms, shrimp farms are another good prospect in aquaculture with an estimate value of RM 150 million and 12,070 metric tons production.

Take Advantages of This Dynamic Business Opportunity.
For those seeking to grow their business in the B.I.M.P – Eaga regions ,LAA Sabah 2021 will be your ideal platform to meet thousands of potential buyers , farmers ,breeders ,importers from Sabah .Sarawak .Labuan. Brunei. Philippines and Indonesia.
• Showcase the latest in agriculture technology ,agro-based products, farming systems and equipment
• Showcase the latest livestock and aquaculture farming technology and equipment ,feed and healthcare products …
• Expand your business horizons.
• Launch new and Innovative products and services
• Explore careers and entrepreneurial opportunities.
• Explore opportunities to trade, invest, collaborate and share in the transfer of technology.
• Deepen relationships with existing and new customers.

AGRICULTURE

  • Tractor and power equipment
  • Biotechnology & science
  • Fertilizing / nutrition
  • Organic farming technology & services
  • Drone farming technology
  • Agriculture chemical
  • Process and packaging equipment
  • Handling, transportation, storage and building
  • Farm tools & equipment
  • Agriculture seed
  • Irrigation system and water management
  • Crop protection technology
  • Soil & plant technology & services
  • Climate-smart agriculture
  • Tilling, sowing, planting
  • Sustainable development, renewable energy

AQUACULTURE

  • Catching fishing equipment & technology

  • Seafood processing technology

  • Processing fish, seafood and packaging equipment

  • Fishing navigation and way finding equipment

  • Increasing aquaculture productivity technology

  • Aquaculture industry supplies and equipment

  • Aquaculture management & technology

  • Marine BIO processing equipment

  • Aquaculture / wild catch equipment & technology

  • Farm equipment: net, paddlers, boat

  • Aquaculture equipment

  • Feed products

LIVESTOCK

  • Feed additive s & animal nutrition, animal health

  • Dairy and milking products

  • Feed mill, feed additives, and medicine

  • Climate control equipment

  • Cleaning & disinfection chemicals and equipment

  • Meat, egg, dairy processing packaging material and technology

  • Poultry & livestock genetics and artificial insemination

  • Food processing & packaging

  • Hatchery & dairy equipment

  • Drinking water equipment

  • Farm supplies and equipment

  • Feeding system

Our Event's Fact sheet

  • Incorporating Sabah Agrofruits
  • Date 23rd - 25th July 2021
  • Edition 12th EDITION
  • Location International Technology & Commercial Centre (ITCC) Penampang Sabah
  • Frequency
  • Organisers WIMS ASIA EXHIBITIONS & SERVICES

Why Myanmar Auto & Accessories 2021?

Exhibits Profile

FOOD PROCESSING EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY, FROZEN FOOD, CANNED FOOD, READY TO EAT, SNACK FOOD, INGREDIENTS & ADDITIVES, FLAVOURING & COLOURING, CONFECTIONERY, CUTLERY & COOKWARE, MILK & DIARY, HERBS & SPICES, CARBONATED & ENERGY DRINK, GRAIN & NUTS, COFFEE & TEA, MEAT & POULTRY, DRIED FRUITS, ORGANIC FOOD, FREEZER & CHILLER EQUIPMENT, INGREDIENTS & ADDITIVES, FOOD FLAVOURING, FOOD COLOURING, SWEETENER, PRESERVATIVE, EMULSIFIER, MINERAL, PROTEIN, STEVIA, ETC.

Visitors Profile

RESTAURANT & FAST FOOD CHAIN, HOTEL & CATERING CHAIN, IMPORTER & EXPORTER, FOOD MANUFACTURER & PRODUCER, DISTRIBUTOR, HYPERMARKET & SUPERMARKET, TRANSPORTER & LOGISTIC, PROCESSED FOOD MANUFACTURERS, FISHERY DEPARTMENT & AGENCY,

Invited Supporter

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE & INDUSTRY (DTI), PHILIPPINES, PHILIPPINES ECONOMIC ZONE AUTHORITY (PEZA), PHILIPPINE BOARD OF INVESTMENT (BOI), CHEMICAL INDUSTRY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CHINA (CCOIC), FOREIGN EMBASSIES & TRADE DEPARTMENT, PHILIPPINES COFFEE & TEA ASSOCIATION, HOTEL & RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION PHILIPPINES INDUSTRY TRADE ASSOCIATIONS ETC.

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MALAYSIA

WIMS ASIA EXHBITIONS & SERVICES
PO BOX 8448, 46790 PETALING JAYA, SELANGOR, MALAYSIA
Fax: +603 9107 7519
Email: enquiries@ims-asia.org; imsasia8@gmail.com
Pic: Henry Lee (+6011 3550 5526) or Marcus Loke (+6012 334 8383)

PHILIPPINES

IMS PHILIPPINES EXPOSITION & SERVICES INC
48 P, Mezzanine Floor, Sevilla Street, 2nd Avenue,
West Grace Park, Caloocan City, Philippines
Mobile: +63 9289457847 (smart) / +63 9157439273 (globe)
Email: ims.leilanie@gmail.com / henrylee@ims-asia.org
Pic: Leilanie

MYANMAR

IMS SILVER SEA EXHIBITION CO., LTD
285, Kha 8th Street, Myo Thit, Insein Tsp., Yangon, Myanmar 11011
Mobile: +959 4312 5185
Email: ims.silversea@gmail.com
Pic: Zar Ni or Barbara

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