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The PALMEX series of palm oil technology exhibitions are successful events and renowned in the palm oil industry. All 3 events in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand drawing more than 4000 visitors per event comprising of key decision makers from the palm oil industry from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Nigeria, Thailand, Colombia, UK, US and Germany. PALMEX Indonesia, which is highly acclaimed as the world’s largest palm oil technology event occupies more than 4000 sqm of space with more than 100 exhibitors from 10 different countries. The PALMEX series of regional palm oil events is hailed by the industry as one of the leading palm oil exhibitions in the world!

Latin America’s Only Specialized Palm Oil Exhibition
PALMEX Latin America 2015 brings together a congregation of palm oil related international visitors and exhibitors alike right into the heart of one of Latin America’s largest palm oil producing countries. Held at the bustling city of Barranquilla where is close to all the palm oil producers and mills head offices are located, PALMEX Latin America 2016 would stand out uniquely in Latin America as the palm oil exhibition tailored for the industry!

Display Your Company’s New Technologies Or Discoveries
What better way is there to announce and educate the public about your new products, technologies or discoveries, than to exhibit in PALMEX Latin America 2015. This event would rope in all senior regional palm oil industry specialists, procurement managers, upstream producers and decision makers from the Latin America palm oil industry!

Colombia’s Current Status As The World’s #4 Producer Of Palm Oil
The recent rise of Colombia’s ranking as the world’s #4 largest producer of palm oil opened up more opportunities for the palm oil process industries and also all related supporting industries to help cope with the huge demand of palm oil. Colombia currently sits as one of the top 5 in the world for CPO (Crude Palm Oil).

Colombia’s Oil Palm Industry Moving Up
Oil palm is currently the third most important crop in Colombia, with over 400,000 hectares planted generating more than a 130,000 jobs and embracing smallholders in inclusive business models. It is a sector committed towards a sustainable palm oil production through good agricultural, environmental and social practices.