Beviale Moscow to expect further growth
Beviale Moscow is gearing up for the third time to be the central platform for the beverage industry in Eastern Europe. The organisers expect its success story to continue again from 27 February to 1 March this year, when the doors will be open at the Crocus Expo International Exhibition Center.
Some 145 exhibitors (2017: 130) will have solutions on display covering the entire beverage manufacture and marketing process chain. Trade visitors (2017: about 4,000) looking for the right raw materials or efficient technology will get results, just like those with their eyes peeled for the perfect packaging or seeking inspiration from zappy marketing ideas. An extensive supporting programme covering wine, beer, PET and more will accompany the main event with its presentations, seminars and competitions.
Premiere: an introduction from the Russian wine industry
This is the first time that wine, its cultivation and processing, will be expressly included at Beviale Moscow. The Pavilion for Wine Production & Manufacturing, established in conjunction with the honorary sponsor, Russia’s largest wine-producers’ association (the Union of Winegrowers and Winemakers of Russia), reflects the dynamic development this segment is undergoing in the Russian market. The result is a targeted platform for decision-makers from wineries and beverage professionals from Russia and the CIS countries. A competition for young Russian vintners is also being held in collaboration with the Worldskills organisation, where they can demonstrate their craft skills, especially in laboratory analysis, distilling, blending and filtration. The wine theme will be rounded out with a number of top-level presentations on state-of-the-art wine production in Russia.