The RABDF’s third Dairy-Tech event, held last week at Stoneleigh Park, saw a 10% increase in its visitor numbers and over 300 exhibitors taking stand space.

Dairy-Tech was created to drive business profitability through performance, innovation and technology and has now secured its place as the leading dairy event for new products, ideas and concepts.  

Matthew Knight, managing director, RABDF says this year’s event has surpassed all expectations.

“It’s fantastic to see so many people throughout the sector throwing their support behind Dairy-Tech. We can safely say the event has made its mark throughout the industry in a short period of time leaving us really excited about the future.” 

The event also saw an increase in the total amount of floor space taken by over 6,000sqm which enabled a wider variety of companies and products to be showcased.

In addition to the existing Dairy and Innovation Hubs and Skills Studio this year saw the introduction of the Animal Health Workshops.  All seminars and sessions were well attended with key topics, future policy and the latest innovations discussed.

Dairy-Tech 2021 will take place on Wednesday 3 February with stand sales launching next month and visitor tickets and speaker information becoming available later this year.