23-25 Mar, 2022 | Diamond Jubilee Hall, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

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AGRITECH is a dedicated segment eventin Agrofood East Africa, in which manufacturers and suppliers of entire products stream for agriculture practices covering agri-technology, tractors, parts spares, implements, agrochemicals, fertilizing, irrigation pipes pump etc. can meet, introduce and discuss their new products, offers and innovations with East African Agriculture and Agribusiness community in Tanzania.
44Mn Hectare of arable land

Less than 4% irrigated & min agri mechanization has happened
Over 70% people employed in Agriculture


Policy of post harvest protection and value edition

Financing and support framework for agri-food production & mechanization

  • Agriculture (Kilimo Kwanza) employs around 70 per cent of the working population. Cash crops, including cotton, coffee, tea, sisal, tobacco and cashew nuts, are the country's main export earners
  • Tanzania 44 million hectares of arable land, numerous rivers for irrigation, labor force, policies and programs for agriculture, but less than 24% of arable land and 4% irrigation potentials has been harnessed.
  • Tanzania’s livestock production rose by 33% during 2008–2013, exceeding the Sub-Saharan Africa average livestock production growth rate of 11% during the same period
  • Meat production in Tanzania rose by 33% over the period 2008–2013, from 422,230t to 563,086t, as indicated in the 2014–2015 Annual Report of the Tanzania’s Ministry of Agriculture, Food Securities and Development.
  • In 2010 the SAGCOT, an agricultural partnership designed to improve agricultural productivity, food security and livelihoods in Tanzania, was initiated. During March 2016, the WB approved a USD 70m SAGCOT Investment Project to support the agricultural sector of Tanzania and strengthen it by linking small holder farmers to agribusiness for boosting incomes and job-led growth.
  • The Tanzanian agriculture value-added net output increased by 61% during the period 2009–2014, from USD 8.6bn to USD 13.8bn, exceeding by 5% the growth of value-added agricultural output in Sub-Saharan Africa during the same period.
  • Currently, value-added products in Tanzania include cotton yarn, manufactured coffee and tobacco, sisal products (yarn and twine), and wheat flour. In line with the 2025 Vision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Cooperatives of Tanzania, there should be at least two new products developed from each of the staple crops, horticultural crops, livestock and fisheries by that year.


Tanzania Agritech and Agrochemicals imports in 2018 observed a jump to US$ 943Mn from 2017 – rise of over 40%



  • Tractors is the largest imported AGRITECH items followed by other machines, implements, agrochemicals, fertilizers, tractor parts, irrigation sets etc.
  • Agrochemicals, fertilizers and items account for nearly 20% share in the Tanzanian agritech imports.
  • Irrigation, Pipes pumps motors are among the top 10 items of importation.


China is the largest shareholder in Tanzanian imports followed by India, UK, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, South Africa & others.



EXHIBITOR PROFILE

AGRITECH

TRACTORS & AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT
Wheel loaders & front loaders, transport vehicles, conveyors, Tires, Tractors and Material Handling, Spare parts
FARM INPUTS - Seeds, Implements, Rotovators, fuels & lubricants, tools and equipment’s, Tillage equipment, drills & planters, Plant Propagation Material
CROP CARE - Machinery & equipment for crop protection, Organic Agriculture, Fertilizers, Agrochemicals, Pesticides, Insecticides, rodenticides etc.
IRRIGATION - Pipe Systems, Pumps, Motors, Water Treatment, Pipes, fittings, Drip irrigation items, solar based products.
GRAIN PROCESSING,
Grain Milling, Post-Harvest protection and machinery, Workshop equipment& services

ALLIED

LIVESTOCK - Dairy, Poultry, Animal Husbandry, Veterinary care and medicines, Fisheries and Equipment’s, Aquaculture, Animal fodder
FORESTRY
Forestry equipment, municipal equipment, equipment for landscape management, Floriculture, Horticulture,
WATER RECYCLING, Water Treatments, Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy, Biotechnology
OTHERS
Associations, Agricultural Finance & Banking, Self Help Group, used machinery trading, Consortiums etc.

For More Details and Bookings, please contact

Mr. Thomas James
Project Director
Agrofood East Africa
Mob: +91 7827202718
Email: thomas@wegvoraus.com

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