LEP Expo 2020
7-8 April 2020
10 am - 4 pm
Royal Ballroom The Springs Club Summarecon, Tangerang - Indonesia
More than 700 trade visitors and delegates are expected to attend the Expo and Conference in 2020. More importantly, over 18 exhibitors are expected to once again participate in LEP EXPO 2020.
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LEP EXPO 2020 Floor Plan
Exhibitor Layout updated 1 January 2020
LEP EXPO 2018
10-11 April 2018
10 am - 4 pm
ICE BSD City
More than 500 trade visitors and delegates, are expected to attend the Expo, Seminar and Technical Product Presentation in 2018. More importantly, over 25 exhibitors are expected to once again participate in LEP EXPO 2018.
LEP EXPO 2016
More than 350 trade visitors
Indonesian Cattle Industry Products and Services
Announcement Feeder Steer Competition 2016 Winner
Meat and Livestock Update Seminars
Technical Product Presentation
Who is Livestock Export Program?
Efforts to strengthen the bilateral relationship between Indonesia and Australia is going forward. This is evident through the forms of cooperation in various fields. One sector that became the main focus is the cattle industry.
Australia has long been exporting cattle to Indonesia.Estimated number to fulfill Indonesia's demand is quite high and it is Australia's role as a supplier to meet this demand.
Livestock Export Program (LEP) is a joint funded program between Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) and LiveCorp. LEP has been providing services to Australia and Indonesia cattle industry since 2009. Working mainly in animal welfare best practices, improving productivity and supply chain efficiency.
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To protect the health and safety of participants, MLA and LiveCorp have decided to postpone the 2020 LEP EXPO, which was scheduled for 7-8 April in Jakarta, Indonesia. However, restrictions on large gatherings, together with industry and government travel minimization policies, are being applied to stem the spread of COVID-19. This is to protect the health of communities globally – a priority for all of us. The Livestock Export Program’s commitment is to ensure the highest quality conference is delivered, and postponing the event will provide much greater opportunity for all speakers, exhibitors, and delegates to participate.
We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding as alternate plans are determined. Everyone will appreciate the fluid nature of the global health challenge, and a revised date may take some time to finalize.