Monday, February 28, 2022
International Exhibitions have been off limits for a long time now and so we are delighted to share that they making a return! IMV imaging, alongside IMV Technologies, will be packing up and heading to ESPHM in May.
2022 will be the 13th European Symposium of Porcine Health Management. The event is fully supported by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, other academic and governmental institutions, as well as local swine breeding companies and organizations.
The event is organised by the European College of Porcine Health Management alongside the Hungarian association for Porcine Health Management and expects to welcome in excess of 1500 participants. The event is fully supported by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest and provides a collaborative environment for graduates and researchers and is an excellent opportunity to strengthen cooperation among swine professionals all over Europe.
During the show, you will be able to find us on stand number 6 at the Budapest Congress Center.
We will have our full range of ultrasound for use on pigs with us at the show. This includes the Duo-Scan:Go, ImaGo.S and ExaGo. We will also have a sample of IMV Technologies products, supporting the full reproductive cycle of the sow.
Come and visit us on stand to hear how we can support your to have a more productive business and of course we will have some freebies on stand as well as a competition.
If you would also like to be there, you can purchase a pass to attend from this link and you can attend the exhibitions and the pre-show conference too.
At ESPHM, we will be looking to expand our network of distributors dedicated to the swine industry. If you think your business would be a good fit, please complete the form below and we'd love to set up a meeting. We would be delighted to meet with you in Budapest!
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