• 25-27 November, 2020
  • Makuhari Messe, Japan

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What's FoodTech JAPAN?

FOODtech JAPAN is newly launching in November, 2020 with huge expectations from the food manufacturing industry. It is an international B-to-B trade show for Food Processing & Automation Technologies which is served as the best platform for the companies who have products/machines/solutions for food manufacturing and food manufacturers.

B-to-B Trade Show to Meet Food Manufacturers

Show Outline

[Show Name] FOODtech JAPAN 2020 - 1st Food Processing & Automation Technology Expo Tokyo

[Dates] November 25 (Wed) - 27 (Fri), 2020  10:00-18:00 (last day until 17:00)
[Venue] Makuhari Messe, Japan
[Organiser] Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.
[Concurrent Event] Conference

[Concurrent Shows]

[Admission] FREE of charge for those with an exhibition ticket (To receive a ticket for free, click here.)
* JPY 5,000/person will be charged without a ticket.
* This exhibition is primarily open to trade, therefore those under the age of 18 are not permitted to enter.

Exhibit Profile

  • Processing Technologies
  • Robotics
  • Clean Room Equipment/ Technologies
  • Filling/ Packaging Technologies
  • IoT/ AI Solutions
  • Valves, Pumps and Components
  • Automation Technologies
  • Inspection Technologies
  • Water Solutions

etc.

Visitor Profile

Following factories and production departments:

  • Food Manufacturers
  • Health Food Manufacturers
  • Dairy Products Manufacturers
  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Beverage Manufacturers
  • Confectionery Manufacturers

etc.

If you have queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Organiser: Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd. FOODtech JAPAN Show Management

TEL : +81-3-3349-8509
FAX : +81-3-3349-4922
E-mail :
For Exhibiting>>
foodtech-japan@reedexpo.co.jp
For Visiting>>
visitor-eng.ftjapan@reedexpo.co.jp

To be available when it's ready.

The numbers of exhibitors/countries (including co-exhibitors) and visitors (including concurrent shows) on this website are forecasts. These numbers may differ from the actual numbers at the show.