"We are the world’s largest producer of farmed salmon, and we see an increased interest from Thai importers and Norwegian exporters into Asia. There is a lot of positivity on the show, from all 10 Norwegian companies, as there were a lot of trade visitors from all over the regions. We see this as an opportunity to promote Salmon, and to teach the young and upcoming chefs on the benefits of Salmon and how to use them, and eventually to promote to the consumers. All the companies are discussing ways to improve next year’s participation. This is a good way to reach out, not just to Thailand but other regional markets."

Jon Erik Steenslid
Director South-East Asia, Norwegian Seafood Council


“This may be the first time we have participated at World of Seafood, but the display of live lobster in a tank has certainly been a crowd-puller. We are very pleased with the business potential generated through this show, with enquiries from Japan, Korea, the Middle East, Norway and of course, Thailand. We will be making every effort to return for the next edition in 2015."

Matt Rutter
General Manager, Geraldton Fishermen’s Co-operative


“We see an improvement in the quality of the visitors to our booth, with buyers coming from Southeast Asia and Europe. Sales leads and deals were made at THAIFEX-World of Food Asia and this, to us, is what made the show a success.”

Chris Ooi
Head of Sales & Marketing, Everbest Soya Bean Products Sdn Bhd