CFSE 2022 to be held as scheduled! Click here for the latest COVID-19 Safety Measures & Regulations

CFSE 2022 to be held as scheduled! Click here for the latest COVID-19 Safety Measures & Regulations

JOIN US FOR THE 26TH ANNUAL CHINA FISHERIES & SEAFOOD EXPO

OCTOBER 26 – 28, 2022

CHINA IS THE WORLD’S LARGEST AND FASTEST GROWING SEAFOOD MARKET. MORE THAN 30,000 SEAFOOD PROFESSIONALS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE VISIT CFSE ANNUALLY TO FORGE RELATIONSHIPS AND EXPAND THEIR PRESENCE IN THIS DYNAMIC MARKET.

Global Marketplace

CFSE Global Marketplace is Live! Improving the experience of both exhibitors and visitors by offering a variety of engagement experiences that increase participants’ interactions.

Expo Center

Hongdao International Convention and Expo Center (HICEC) is northern China’s largest and most high-tech convention facility. Where is HICEC?

Exhibitor Manual

Welcome exhibitors! This is where you will find all the resources you need to make your experience at CFSE as productive as possible.

Exhibit

Connect and grow your company with the top buyers and industry leaders at the world's largest seafood show. Over 30,000 seafood professionals from 88 countries attended CFSE ready to do business.

  • “The Chinese market is so dynamic. They are looking for more and more new products. This show is the best way to educate the market and make sales.” 

     

    Kristjan Davidsson,
    Chairman of the Board,
    BRIM

  • “There’s no better way to see both existing customers and find new ones. If you sell seafood in Asia, you simply have to exhibit at this show.” 

     

    David Prendergast,
    Group General Manager Sales,
    Fiordland Lobster Company

  • “This is our first time exhibiting, but we feel the buyers are quite focused.  They’re very serious. We will definitely be back for next year’s show.” 

     

    Randall Ang,
    Business Development Officer,
    Bobo Singapore

Russian Crab Producers Eye Chinese Market

Russian Crab Producers Eye Chinese Market

July 14, 2022 www.seafoodnews.com Leading Russian crab producers are considering re-directing their supplies to the market of China and other Asia-Pacific states in years to come after the decision of the U.S. and the EU authorities to impose a ban on the crab imports...

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