OCT 30 – NOV 1, 2019

JOIN US FOR THE 24TH ANNUAL CHINA FISHERIES & SEAFOOD EXPO

OCTOBER 30 – NOVEMBER 1, 2019

CHINA IS THE WORLD’S LARGEST AND FASTEST GROWING SEAFOOD MARKET. MORE THAN 33,000 SEAFOOD PROFESSIONALS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE VISIT CFSE ANNUALLY TO FORGE RELATIONSHIPS AND EXPAND THEIR PRESENCE IN THIS DYNAMIC MARKET.

Visit

Access the world's largest and fastest growing seafood marketplace. CFSE 2018 featured more than 1,500 exhibiting companies from over 50 countries and regions in over 45,000 square meters of exhibit space. 

Exhibit

Connect and grow your company with the top buyers and industry leaders at the world's largest seafood show. Over 33,000 seafood professionals from over 100 countries attended CFSE 2018 ready to do business.

News

China Market News - Stay informed and up-to-date with news on the largest and fastest growing seafood market.

2018 Exhibitor List

Who exhibits at CFSE? Search here for exhibitors, their booth numbers, products and services offered, and contact information.

  • “The show was a big success again this year. There were a lot of people, but what we found was that it was really quality people that came to the show, not just traffic.” 

     

    Rasmus Soerenson, Executive VP Sales, American Seafoods

     

  • “The China market is huge and grows every year. We used to have booths at other seafood shows. Not anymore. If you want to grow your business, you have to be here in China.” 

     

    Paul Georg Grote, Sales Manager,
    Global Seafood Chile

     

  • “We were very happy with the attendance, we find more customers every time we exhibit, and will definitely be back next year!” 

     

    Forest Yao, Managing Director,
    Forest Brothers Seafood Co. Ltd.

     

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